Nothing to do.. I don't understand, maybe I wrong making node..

root@debianVM:/usr/src# mknod /dev/video4 c 81 4
root@debianVM:/usr/src# gst-launch rtspsrc location="rtsp://" ! decodebin ! v4l2sink device=/dev/video4
Impostazione della pipeline a PAUSED ...
ERRORE: la pipeline non vuole mettersi in pausa.
ERRORE: dall'elemento /GstPipeline:pipeline0/GstV4l2Sink:v4l2sink0: Impossibile aprire il device «/dev/video4» in lettura e scrittura. (impossible to open device, error write/read)
Informazioni di debug aggiuntive:
v4l2_calls.c(502): gst_v4l2_open (): /GstPipeline:pipeline0/GstV4l2Sink:v4l2sink0:
system error: No such device or address
Impostazione della pipeline a NULL ...
Esecuzione di free sulla pipeline...

Il 30/05/2013 16.22, Fabio Cecamore ha scritto:
20, 30% is not a lot, my other IP Camera (with jpeg stream) spend more then 25%..

I searched up and down in the web but I don't found anything about v4l2loopback.. maybe is EOF ?
Thank you!

this is from a pervious poster... works well, however CPU usuage is 
around 20-30%for each camera, it uses a video4linux loopback.

One working variant (I'm using it for more than 1 month without problems):

use v4l2loopback , to create /dev/video1.

then with follow cmd, feed it with content from you rtps net camera:

/usr/bin/gst-launch-0.10 rtspsrc 
location=rtsp://admin:admin@...> ! decodebin ! v4l2sink 

(you need gst-plugins-bad, and gst-plugins-ffmpeg)

then describe /dev/video1 as videodevice in motion.conf, and restart

# Ben Kilah
# Web Developer
# Xtramedia.Net

On 30/05/2013 11:16 AM, Fabio Cecamore wrote:
> Maybe building an output not-compressed (via localhost) the cpu usage is
> not to high ?
> Where can I found a guide to try ?
> Others solution ?
>> You can use gstreamer pipe but it hammers your cpu.
>> # Ben Kilah
>> # Web Developer
>> # Xtramedia.Net
>> Il 29/05/2013 20.35, Fabio Cecamore ha scritto:
>>> Hello all,
>>> I recently brought a IPS 911 with only H.264 rtsp stream.
>>> I know that motion doesn't support this, I want to know if there is a
>>> way to have motion working, maybe using others program between cam
>>> and motion.
>>> I hope to find a solution because I love motion.
>>> Thank you all
>>> Fabio
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