That's good news!
I suspect there may be a way to reduce the bitrate in the camera but I
have not found it yet.
On Wed, Jul 11, 2012 at 5:49 PM, Jeffrey Laut <jeffreylaut@...> wrote:
> Thanks for the great help!
> following what you did on your website, gstreamer uses under 5% of the cpu!
> I had to use "/proc/self/fd/0" directly instead of "/fd/0"
> Now I just have to deal with the fact that I am trying to stream over a 3G
> mobile broadband connection.
> On Tue, Jul 10, 2012 at 8:43 AM, Alexandru Csete <oz9aec@...> wrote:
>> On Tue, Jul 10, 2012 at 1:30 PM, Jeffrey Laut <jeffreylaut@...>
>> > Hi Alex,
>> > Yes, it is a c920 (that was a typo in my previous email).
>> > I tried the code in your link very briefly (just compiled it and tried
>> > it)... the problem I'm getting right now is that I don't have a
>> > "/dev/fd/0"
>> > directory. This seems like it should be easily fixable. I'll play
>> > around
>> > with it today and hopefully can have it working.
>> /dev/fd/0 is not a directory, it's a symbolic file meaning stdin for
>> the application that opens it. You can also use /dev/stdin if you have
>> that. In fact, /dev/fd is a symbolic link to /proc/self/fd/0
>> If you can't get them to show up you could also use a named pipe instead.