Xeoma Camera


The Xeoma camera platform allows you to view the video feeds from a Xeoma video surveillance server.

Configuration

To enable Xeoma camera feeds, add the following lines to your configuration.yaml:

# Example configuration.yaml entry
camera:
  - platform: xeoma
    host: http://localhost:10090

Configuration Variables

host

(string)(Required)The URL of the Xeoma server’s web interface.

username

(string)(Optional)The username used to access the Xeoma server’s web interface.

password

(string)(Optional)The password used to access the Xeoma server’s web interface.

new_version

(boolean)(Optional)Set to false if the Xeoma server version is 17.5 or earlier.

Default value: true

cameras

(list)(Optional)List of customizations for individual Xeoma cameras.

image_name

(string)(Required)The name of the JPEG image for this camera as configured in Xeoma (without .jpg extension).

name

(string)(Optional)The name to display in the frontend for this camera.

Default value: The image_name for this camera.

hide

(boolean)(Optional)Don’t show this camera in Home Assistant.

Default value: false

Full example

# Example configuration.yaml entry
camera:
  - platform: xeoma
    host: http://localhost:10090
    username: user
    password: secretpassword
    new_version: false
    cameras:
      - image_name: front_porch
        name: Front Porch
      - image_name: back_patio
        hide: true

To use this platform, you must have the Xeoma Web Server module enabled in at least one of your camera chains.

This platform will parse the Xeoma web interface to find all enabled cameras and add them all to Home Assistant. You can hide individual cameras using the platform configuration.

The image_name configuration value for each camera should match the name supplied to the Xeoma Web Server configuration (under Path to access images) with the .jpg extension removed.