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StreamMinder

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StreamMinder is a graphical front-end for Tom Stoeveken's MJPG-streamer. It aims to provide easy access to most of MJPG-streamer's functionality (the parts you'd actually use) from a simple Qt window.

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    Hi, I am sundeep from india..i have download streamminder..actually i am working on FriendlyARM mini2440 arm board...i want to use this application on board. Currently My problem is..at the starting the application is asking for mjpgstreamer...but it is not accepting the one give by the vendor(mjpg-streamar-mini2440) or neither the download from net or installed one..so can you please guide which folder or file should i select in order to work with system and my ARM Board..kindly help me...my email k.sundeep2007@gmail.com...pls frwd details looking for your precious reply...

    Posted 08/19/2013
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Intended Audience

Advanced End Users, Developers

User Interface

Qt

Programming Language

C++

Registered

2008-04-29

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