Install Wireshark, VLC and a program that will find the camera on the network(this program the seller will supply).

Open Wireshark, make it start to listening to the network.

Open the program that you are using for the camera, make the image show.

Go back to Wireshark, filter for RTSP:

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Search for packets like this:

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Go to VLC, open a Network Stream and put there the URL found in the Wireshark(rtsp://192.168.13.157:554/onvif1):

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And voilá!

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On the file boards.txt ({ARDUINO}/hardware/arduino/boards.txt) change this:

pro.menu.cpu.8MHzatmega328.bootloader.low_fuses=0xFF
pro.menu.cpu.8MHzatmega328.bootloader.high_fuses=0xDA
pro.menu.cpu.8MHzatmega328.bootloader.extended_fuses=0xFF

To this:

pro.menu.cpu.8MHzatmega328.bootloader.low_fuses=0xE2
pro.menu.cpu.8MHzatmega328.bootloader.high_fuses=0xDA
pro.menu.cpu.8MHzatmega328.bootloader.extended_fuses=0xFE

E2 will make it use the internal 8Mhz clock and

FE will make it change the brownout to 1.8V

Then use the bootload burner to burn the new fuses between with the bootloader.

Go to the home folder:

cd ~

Create a script called update_time.sh.

nano update_time.sh

Write this code inside:

sudo date -s "$(wget -qSO- --max-redirect=0 google.com 2>&1 | grep Date: | cut -d' ' -f5-8)Z"

Save it and exit by pressing Control+X and after Y.

Make the script executable:

chmod +x update_time.sh

Run crontab with the -e flag to edit the cron table:

crontab -e

The first time you run crontab you'll be prompted to select an editor; if you are not sure which one to use, choose nano by pressing Enter.

Write a cronjob to call the script every hour:

10 * * * *  /home/pi/update_time.sh

Save it and exit by pressing Control+X and after Y.

View your currently saved scheduled tasks with:

crontab -l