View Video Streams from AWS DeepLens 2019 Edition Device in Browser - AWS DeepLens

View Video Streams from AWS DeepLens 2019 Edition Device in Browser

To view project or live streams from the AWS DeepLens 2019 Edition device in a browser, you must have the device's self-signed streaming certificate downloaded to your computer and then uploaded to a supported browser you'll use. For instructions on how to download the streaming certificate and install it into the browser, see Step 6 of View or Update Your AWS DeepLens 2019 Edition Device Settings.

To view video streams from AWS DeepLens 2019 Edition device in a browswer

  1. Connect the device to your computer with the provided USB cable, if it's not already connected.

  2. Do one of the following to launch your devices' AWS DeepLens Stream viewer:

    • Open the device details page on the AWS DeepLens console and choose View video stream under Video streaming to open the stream viewer in a new browser tab.

    • Alternatively, open a new browser tab manually, type https://your-device-ip-address:4000 in the address bar, where your-device-ip-address stands for the IP address of your device (e.g., 192.168.14.78) shown under Device details in the AWS DeepLens console.

  3. Because the streaming certificate is self-signed, the browser will display a warning. To accept the warning, follow browser-specific instructions on screen to accept the certificate for the stream viewer to be launched.

    It may take about 30 seconds for the stream viewer to show up.

  4. Before any project is deployed, choose Live stream to view live videos from your AWS DeepLens device. After a project is deployed, you can also choose Project stream to view processed videos output from the device.

  5. When done with viewing video streams, disconnect the device from your computer to return the computer to its normal network configuration.