I tried this one with moderate success.
That being said you need to jump through hoops.
The IP camera works great as a native IP camera however to get it to work you need a local IP adapter driver running on your PC to allow windows based applications to access that as a video source. For instance when selecting camera source from the LB camera selection drop down.
I am running windows 10 on a fairly newer laptop which gave me some grief and I while I did try thus adapter https://ip-webcam.appspot.com/. I was never really able to get it connect to the camera.
I ended up having to source other ways to connect to the camera, but it requires special consideration, not all camera software will work. You need to find a camera software that will not only connect to your IP camera, it must also create that local adapter for selection in LB.
After trying many I settled on Altercam https://altercam.com/. With this in place I was able to select my camera from the LB camera selector and complete the setup. I believe some of these software adapters may do some video stream process changes as the final quality when I got to the camera alignment wizard was disappointing and hard to really find that middle intersection of the calibration circles.
In the end I was able to complete the setup however this is not my preferred approach. I wish there was a native IP camera support option in LB.
Next I will try the rPI approach as I really like the idea of a high resolution camera for better alignment. I am really interested in the network camera approach as I do must of my pre-processing away from the laser and send the file to the laser afterwards. I DO NOT initiate cutting this way. I always walk up to the laser select the file I just sent to it and after completing my visual safety checks start cutting. This is a great workflow and one which should be considered for LB to support native IP cameras.
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