Streaming 1080P video using Raspberry Pi (or BeagleBone Black)

Apache, BeagleBone Black, C920, CLI, DIY, embedded OS, Linux, Opensource, Raspberry Pi, Streaming, Tutorial, Video
I've finally got this project to a point were I can do a write up on it. The following hardware is needed: Raspberry Pi 512K version (or BeagleBone Black) Logitech C920 Webcam 16 GB micro SDHC card (can probably do it on 8GB too) Wireless dongle supported by linux (I'm using a TrendNet TEW-645UB which was pretty much plug and play) The goal of this project is to get the following installed and configured: CRTMP streaming server C920 install and config (v4l2), ffmpeg installation, boneCV installation from Derek Molloy's site configuring ddclient for dynamic DNS (optional) putting it all together and creating a webpage with embedded JWplayer to view the stream UPDATE: Sound works now on BeagleBone Black. On Raspberry you will run into alsa buffer xruns. See below for…
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