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Hi Everyone, <br>
thanks for your response and excuse my late reply - from monday till
friday is a lot to do outside of linux :-)<br>
<pre wrap="">> How often does the camera update the picture?
> Could it be that, while motion is reading the jpg, the jpg is updated?
It could be, yes. I cant deny this option. But i cant control the output. If i get the image i use a lot of times my home network, so it should be fast enough to get this 320x240 pix´s image. But in the case i get the image over the www all over the day - this would be a bottleneck. That is true.
You can test the image under this URL today, Saturday.<br>
<a class="moz-txt-link-freetext" href="http://188.8.131.52/loginfree.jpg">http://184.108.40.206/loginfree.jpg</a><br>
<pre wrap="">> Possibly the http headers the camera is sending are broken somehow
> and/or the loginfree.jpg isn't a pure jpeg but has http headers?</pre>
For sure - the cam use MJPEG, but my knowledge is not enough to
understand the diffs.<br>
As i said - thx for your help. Maybe you can take a look at the URL...<br>
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