You would have to write the software to interface with the camera and encode and stream the data over a network using whatever protocol you need to use to talk to the iPhone.

You might be able to just find an off-the-shelf product that streams video from an RCA or S-Video source to a wifi network; but you'd have to be more specific about the network protocol (e.g are you trying to stream mpeg video? are you trying to view it with some specific piece of software?). These days it's easier to find hdmi devices, though.

On Fri, Mar 7, 2014 at 8:09 AM, Anths1811 <> wrote:
Hi everyone,

So I was wondering can you transmit this CCTV camera
via wifi to an iPhone using the firestorm? I'm guessing I would also need
the pinto and an RCA to USB converter?

I am new to this and it's for a school project so information on how to do
it will be extremely helpful!


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