From: Jeff Sadowski <jeff_sadowski@ya...> - 2005-08-27 01:05:06
I'm not sure I have it all setup right? I'm trying to
use cambozola with motion but its not seeming to work.
What all do I need to use cambozola with motion? Do I
need an older version of ffmpeg? Do I need some other
jpeg_filename = recent
snapshot_filename = snapshot
snapshot_interval = 1
webcam_port = 7979
target_dir = /var/www/html/cam1
webcam_localhost = off
I left all the other options as they where
If I try connecting cambozola
java -jar cambozola.jar http://localhost:7979/
// Cambozola V0.65-0263 (c) Andy Wilcock, 2005
// Build date: 18-January-2005 11:10:PM
// Available from
java.io.IOException: Connection reset by peer
If I get this working I can get it to work from a
For now using the snapshots and a page that constantly
refreshes it works but is ugly
Do I need to do something with webcam options?
It seems to me thats using some other webcam as a
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At 03:04 2005-08-27, you wrote:
>I'm not sure I have it all setup right? I'm trying to
>use cambozola with motion but its not seeming to work.
>What all do I need to use cambozola with motion? Do I
>need an older version of ffmpeg? Do I need some other
>jpeg_filename = recent
>snapshot_filename = snapshot
>snapshot_interval = 1
>webcam_port = 7979
>target_dir = /var/www/html/cam1
>webcam_localhost = off
>I left all the other options as they where
>If I try connecting cambozola
>java -jar cambozola.jar http://localhost:7979/
It shows how to use cambozola embedded in a html page. Which is how most
will use it.
There is a project called Palantir which also nicely shows an mjpeg stream.
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