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    Raspbenny
    @Raspbenny
    motionEye Version 0.40
    Motion Version 4.1.1
    OS Version Raspbian 10
    This is what i use.. thanks for responding..
    Karlis Baumanis
    @KarlBaumann

    Hi!

    Is there a stable version available that works with Raspbian Buster ?
    On the last one I installed few weeks ago using some custom script, motion detection does not work and camera is not able to adjust brightness automatically.

    Marcus Klein
    @kleini
    Hi. motion detection and brightness adjustment is not related to Raspbian Buster at all. Both settings highly depend on the version of motion, you're using and how you configured motion. Those things are not related to motioneye or Raspbian Buster as underlying OS.
    Karlis Baumanis
    @KarlBaumann
    thanks for reply @kleini ! I had a bare Buster and I installed everything using the script mentioned here ccrisan/motioneye#1356

    so currently I have:

    motionEye Version 0.40
    Motion Version 4.1.1
    OS Version Raspbian 10

    I haven't done any custom mods or something like that..
    Karlis Baumanis
    @KarlBaumann
    If it helps, I can give you access to my server
    Marcus Klein
    @kleini
    Sorry, I don't like to have access to your server. I am using the Docker images, making these installations problems completely obsolete.
    Karlis Baumanis
    @KarlBaumann
    In my case Docker would not solve anything :) thanks anyway
    Marcus Klein
    @kleini
    At least it solves all installation problems with motioneye.
    bdschuster
    @bdschuster
    Hello all...how do i change the order of my cameras?
    Jason Spangler
    @Stormwind99

    Hi all.

    I already have a working motion install including motion.conf (and camera conf files). motionEye seems to be ignoring my existing motion.conf (even after changing conf dir to /etc/motion where motion.conf and conf.d/camera?.conf files exist).

    Can motionEye using existing motion.conf files?

    jtreg
    @jamestreg_twitter
    Hello everyone. I have more than one motioneyeos on pi zero(s) and I want to show/hide each one from another (pi3) - I am wracking my brains how to do this. I tried selenium but it 'hangs' on the connection to the first motioneye, unable to move to another url
    this is for an exhibition and I am really getting desperate! Please help.
    Torsten Raudssus
    @Getty
    ding dong! :D good day
    i get just blank picture on the camera no matter what device i use, how should i debug the cam? i dont know if it should work or not, and before i use a raspbian i thought i can debug with motioneyeos
    Torsten Raudssus
    @Getty
    ok! now i made it work, but so many things still awkward 8-D
    its not recording prper, start to late, stopping to early
    Marcus Klein
    @kleini
    https://www.python.org/doc/sunset-python-2/ Python 2 will not receive security fixes any more in 2020. Will start to work on Docker images for ccrisan/motioneye#1215
    Adriano
    @liamaps_twitter
    Hi @ccrisan . I found out a bug trying to add my HiKam S6 Camera. It uses rtsp and i was not able to add it. i always got the error "timeout connecting to rtsp netcam". I looked through ur sourcecode and found out, that the connect uses the parameter MJPG_CLIENT_TIMEOUT in motioneye config file. In my case it was set to 0. but zero means in this case really 0, i changed it to 10 and now everything works as expected. Took me half a day ;) Was thinking of my ubuntu, motion or network is making me mad. But nvertheless, thanks so much for motioneye. I love it.
    Arsenijs
    @CRImier
    @liamaps_twitter hi! Maybe open an issue on GH, too?
    zac keilholz
    @ZacKeilholz
    Hey all! I'm using an IP cam that has a built in mic with motionEye and was curious if using 'movie_passthrough on' allows me to somehow capture audio as well? When I examine the Media Info and play the rtsp stream (that I'm using in MotionEye) in VLC player, I can see that there is a 'Stream 0' that is H264 MPEG-4 AVC, and a 'Stream 1' that is PCM ALAW audio, and of course, the video and audio works fine in VLC. Is MotionEye just passing through the Stream 1 of the RTSP stream with 'movie_passthrough on'? And as a background, I've read as much as I can find on the docs and github issues surrounding the unsupported nature of audio with MotionEye, and I realize this is not something MotionEye does... I'm just curious whether or not the 'passthrough stream' of my cam has this ability.
    Marcelo Correa
    @mvcorrea
    Hi all, I am using a hikvison ip camera with motioneye, rtsp link streaming in h265+ @ 1080p. I notice gaps on the streaming. Does motion re-encode the streaming? I dont see such a gaps when seeing on VLC directly! camera configuration on motioned is HEVC, 1920x1080
    Arsenijs
    @CRImier
    @mvcorrea are you looking in the overall UI or on the "stream link" that Motioneye exposes on 8081? also, how large are the gaps?
    motion does do its own re-encoding in certain circumstances IIRC
    moofen
    @moofen
    Good afternoon. I am using motioneye standalone on a raspberry pi and have a couple of cameras hooked up. Two of them have microphones and motioneye motion detection has an option to detect noise. I want to turn this of for one of them, because it is indoors and I don’t want a 100 e-mails per minute when we are in the same room talking :) how do I manage this?
    There is an “auto noise detection” option, which I can turn off and it then reveals a threshold slider which goes from 0% to 25%. I have it set to 25%, so that it needs a lot of noise before it sends of an email, but I really don’t want it to detect any noise.
    Any advice is greatly appreciated, thank you :)
    Developer From Jokela
    @developerfromjokela
    As I remember auto noise detection is about the image, not the audio. I can be wrong, so prove me wrong if you can 😆
    Arsenijs
    @CRImier
    yeah, motion can't handle audio, neither can motioneye
    tokenize47
    @tokenize47
    Hello all
    quick question
    is motioneye docker image for rpi4 using hw decoding?
    Marcus Klein
    @kleini
    I hope, I installed everything necessary to be able to use hw decoding on RPi4. As I am not using this setup, I can not test it.
    tokenize47
    @tokenize47
    @kleini what did you install to make sure you're using HW decoding?
    Marcus Klein
    @kleini
    The tools for setting up the necessary keys to enable HW decoding, which are part of the rpi-firmware tools. And the necessary binary libraries for HW decoding. I am not sure, whether the ffmpeg libraries are able to find those libraries from the firmware but I installed them in the standard place.
    tokenize47
    @tokenize47
    I see
    Marcus Klein
    @kleini
    https://github.com/ccrisan/motioneye/blob/dev/extra/Dockerfile.armv7-armhf#L40 see here for the rpi-firmware to be installed in the Docker image.
    tokenize47
    @tokenize47
    in RPI3 I saw that ffmpeg used OpenMAX lib to use hw decoding
    Marcus Klein
    @kleini
    As already said, necessary stuff is installed but I was not able to test it.
    tokenize47
    @tokenize47
    thanks
    Marcus Klein
    @kleini
    HW decoding also depends whether you bought the keys for enabling MPG HW decoding. Those keys then need to be configured in the underlying host system in the /boot/config.txt.
    The Docker image then only contains the tools to be able to check, whether the hardware decoding got enable with the correct keys.
    tokenize47
    @tokenize47
    really? I didn't find that information anywhere
    tokenize47
    @tokenize47
    man I'm missing alot of stuff it seems
    ah, but thats mpeg2
    I'm mostly interested in h264 and 265
    Marcus Klein
    @kleini
    H.264 can be decoded in HW without necessary license keys.