The ESP32 is a huge hit amongst makers. It’s both powerful and versatile and therefore a good starting point for many IoT projects and POCs.
Acknowledgment: This blog is based on https://github.com/bnbe-club/rtsp-video-streamer-diy-14 which is originally written for few types of ESP32CAMs. We extended it for the M5CAM.
Each type of an ESP32CAM has its own pin layout. Our M5CAM was not supported in the original project so together with my friend Hans, we experimented with the library to find the right pin layout for our ESP32.
So now, you only thing you have to do is to enter the SSID and password of your own local WIFI network in the ‘wifikey.h’ file:
Of course, your Arduino IDE has to be enabled for the ESP32, first. If this is not the case, please follow these installation instructions.
Note: In windows, make sure the related GitHub stuff actually lands in C:\[your user name]\sande\Documents\Arduino\hardware\espressif\esp32)