Jason Sauders wrote:
But that would be all or nothing, no? I want all cameras to record except
one in specific.
On Sat, Sep 1, 2012 at 4:56 AM, Joerg WEBER
> if you're using the latest SVN code, you can run motion with a
> commandline switch to disable detection at startup: -m
> Brgds Joerg.
> Jason Sauders wrote:
> I have a random indoor wireless camera that sometimes I plug in and leave
> on the fireplace mantle when we're away, mostly to use as a dog babysitter
> since we're at the point where we're starting to trust him a bit more
> out and about. My goal is to have all of my cameras attached to Motion
> since Motion, of course, does some awesome motion based recording. The
> only issue is, I don't want this camera doing any sort of recording. I
> just want it for viewing. I do however have a web page I whipped up (some
> of you may remember this discussion last week... I actually added some
> info to the FAQ page here<
> But in that particular instance, I'm going against the grain with not
> wanting Motion to do recording. The only thing I can think of is
> incorporating a 100% solid black mask so nothing can ever trigger motion.
> But I got to wondering, is there a way to adjust the thread.conf file of
> that camera to enforce no recording whatsoever? Or is the mask the
> optimal solution?
> Thanks guys!