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Hope that helps! Jan Reply Tom says: May 22, 2013 at 6:42 PM 1)If you type in the below command from terminal it should ask you for a password, after typing that in you ffmpeg plus some filter setting can output the images next to each other as standard 3D-stereo, preferrably as Right-Left. Had a few issues accessing the webcam from outside the network but i think that was user error mainly.

Reply Tom says: February 3, 2013 at 8:21 AM It could be a few things, frame rate too high? Is there some sort of browser plug-in that is required to actually view the video stream? Trying source module v4l2... /dev/video0 opened. hwttdzFebruary 9th, 2010, 08:29 PMWhy not try specifying the device with driver test and seeing if you get the color bars?

Raspberry Pi Motion Not Streaming

This will not last long. Here's what shows up: motion thread 1 restart thread 1 started cap.driver: "pac207" cap.card: "CIF single chip " cap.bus_info: "usb-bcm2708_usb-1.2.4" cap.capabilities = 0x50000001 -VIDEO CAPTURE -READWRITE -STREAMING config palette index 8 The problem is that every port I choose, appears as 'already in use'. –Gergraf Apr 2 '15 at 14:28 Can you post the output of running ps -ef | no2498February 11th, 2010, 02:28 AMyou are on linux - ubuntu did you try gstreamer-properties thats how they test the cams t4thfavorFebruary 11th, 2010, 06:22 AMI think that requires a gui, no?

I am running on a Raspberry PI connected to monitor, keyboard and mouse and trying to access it directly from the PI. When plugged in type the "lsusb" command, you should see a line there with your web cam manufacture, that proves that you have the basic connectivity working. so while this may be totally obvious to others, maybe I could share my experience to save noobs like me the pain. 1)Make sure you are on the latest release - Motion Mmal I used VLC to see the stream.

The set up went really smooth! I had apache2 running on port 80 but stopped that, modified motion.conf to change the port from 8081 to 80 and restarted the motion service. I have run update and upgrade etc. Forum Home FAQ Search Register Login Board index Information The requested topic does not exist.

[email protected] /etc/default $ Thanks again! Reply James Richins says: July 11, 2013 at 3:10 PM Can this work by plugging a camera into the Ethernet connection rather than the USB to receive data and the send OTOH you need a source of USB power anyway so might as well get a proper hub. sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get upgrade Next it's time to install the software, and we'll be using a fairly light weight application called Motion, this will do a few things for us

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I try to access but nothing happens. Will this PCB trace GSM antenna be affected by EMI? Raspberry Pi Motion Not Streaming What could be the problem? Libv4l2: Error Setting Pixformat: Input/output Error The picture does not refresh and when I try to refresh the browser I can no longer see the picture unless I reboot my Pi.

Just one point though I had to edit another file as I recieved this error when trying to start the motion service - [email protected] ~/c $ sudo service motion start Not No input was specified, using the first. Setting output format to JPEG, quality 80 Disabling banner. When browsing to the web interface (using Midori), I get instead of images a webpage with strange characters which updates continuously (probably every time a new frame is received). Highgui Error: Libv4l Unable To Ioctl S_fmt

There are unsaved changes to the image. I’m running wheezy and it the motion feed works great in Chromium, but this sends the CPU running at 100%. If I type netstat -lnutp I get: tcp 0 0* LISTEN Connecting to doesnt help either, nor did changing port to 80. I have no idea to fix this problem….

Reply Paul says: August 27, 2015 at 8:41 PM Anyone got any idea if there is an easy way to turn this on and off on demand through the web interface? t4thfavorFebruary 9th, 2010, 08:10 PMThis is what the output from fswebcam, Same as the output on the website. It shows up in Putty though as a Omnivision )V511+ Webcam.

QuickCam Express I have published the site so you all can see what it looks like.

So this has to be a settings issue. It still doesn't work in any apps though. Setting Saturation to 28 (10%). I had to followed step by step.

My new Microsoft LifeCam Camera works fine for a few minutes then stops responding. Reply Tom says: July 14, 2013 at 10:53 AM The Raspberry PI would probably struggle to process more than one using Motion, however you can try Reply dr_robert says: January 27, Your not trying to start both of these on TCP Port 8081 are you? Nov 27 19:03:00 alarm motion[435]: [1] ioctl (VIDIOCGCAP): Inappropriate ioctl for device Nov 27 19:03:00 alarm motion[435]: [1] Could not fetch initial image from camera Nov 27 19:03:00 alarm motion[435]: [1]

Does it work on Raspbian with motion? You can redirect incoming connections from 80 to 8081 port using iptable command, ex: iptables -t nat -A PREROUTING -i wlan0 -p tcp -dport 80 -j REDIRECT -to-port 8081 (change wlan0 Reply web cam to checks home says: February 18, 2014 at 9:24 AM […] This is a good and cheap solution: How To: Raspberry PI Web Cam Server | PingBin […] As the name suggests it will also track and trigger events on motion detected in the video frames (more on that later).

The only problem is that my webcam isn't compatible =P !