Update 2022-04-03: Since I published this post, Raspbian evolved into Raspberry Pi OS with its current version Bullseye. There, the old camera stack was replaced with libcamera and the old commands like raspivid and raspistill are now deprecated. If you want to check out the new commands, see Raspberry Pi Streaming update: Raspberry Pi OS.
The introduction of the Raspberry Pi High Quality Camera in 2020 has been a perfect excuse for me to acquire new hardware. After some initial tests and use as toy cam, I wanted to build a high quality streaming unit that I could place somewhere nice and watch the images at home. Of course you could buy something like that from off the shelf. But who does that when you can go through the whole development process by yourself and end up with an inferior product at a much higher cost?
Now I had some initial problems getting the stream to work but I found solutions for 3 media tools that I want to share.