From: Bruce <bhomass1@co...> - 2006-02-18 05:23:05
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Bruce [mailto:bhomass1@...]
> Sent: Friday, February 17, 2006 6:27 PM
> To: 'motion-user-request@...'
> Subject: basic setup to get some video stream going
> Hi, I am a pretty experienced developer. I am having trouble figuring =
> this motion thing from just the doc provided.
> I have a 4 input v4l input device and have install motion with no =
> Motion is running in daemon mode. According to the instructions for =
> as long as I set a non-zero webcam port, I should be able to pick up a
> mjpeg stream. But I am getting a connection refused.
> Please tell me what's wrong with my reading of the instruction. Do I =
> to setup the Apache server to match the motion server?
> Syslog says
> Feb 25 12:48:22 localhost motion:  Thread started
> Feb 25 12:48:22 localhost motion:  motion-httpd/3.2.4 running,
> accepting connections
> Feb 25 12:48:22 localhost motion:  motion-httpd: waiting for data =
> port TCP 7999
> Feb 25 12:48:22 localhost kernel:
> /home/bruce/mpeg4ip/usbvision/src/usbvision.c: usbvision_v4l_do_ioctl:
> VIDIOCMCAPTURE format 15 not supported
> Feb 25 12:48:22 localhost motion:  Failed with YUV420P, trying =
> palette: Invalid argument
> Even if there is something wrong with the capture setting, shouldn't I =
> a webpage at least?
> As far as the format 15, I never got a chance to set anything. Where =
> the format 15 come from?
ok, I got thru the basic step. It was just the default on for
webcam_localhost. Motion indeed works without apache and with mozilla. =
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