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    Arsenijs
    @CRImier
    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.
    tokenize47
    @tokenize47
    yeah exactly
    Marcus Klein
    @kleini
    AFAIK only RPi4 is able to decode H.265 in hardware. And I don't know, with what Pi version they added H.264 hardware decoding.
    Alberto Vargas
    @albvar
    hey guys, does Motion eye has a rest interface I can use to take snapshots?
    Alberto Vargas
    @albvar
    Disregard ,Chrome + F12, capture network activity, click snapshot button on the ui, search for snapshot gave me what I needed.
    tokenize47
    @tokenize47
    is there a way to tell motioneye to keep the source camera resolution?
    I mean so we dont have to configure a fixed resolution
    Joshua Kramer
    @JoshuaPK
    Hi all! On the main MotionEye page- the page that shows all of the cameras at once- are those camera images sent to the browser in full resolution (i.e. 1080p) and then the CSS shrinks the images? Or does the Javascript on that page request images from the MotionEye server at a different resolution than normal? The reason I ask is this. I am trying to have MotionEye do text overlays on the images. If I make the text overlays big enough to see on that main page, then when I view the cameras in full resolution, the text is jagged and ugly. I am trying to convince the Motion developers to add TrueType support to their text overlays so that this doesn't occur.
    William Beckett
    @Backslashh

    Hi there,
    Just getting started with MotionEye and am trying to add an rstp camera however I'm getting "protocol rstp not supported" when trying to add a network camera with the RSTP address.
    I am running MotionEye in Docker
    motionEye Version 0.42
    Motion Version 4.2.2

    Can anyone give me some guidance as to how I can get this working or what I need to do?

    Evgeny
    @firej
    @wjbeckett Hi. I think you should use rtsp protocol.
    Jun Huh
    @junhuhdev

    Hi a newbie question.

    I've configured so that it sends a slack notification when motion detected. It will basically take the last image from the folder.

    I've tried playing around with the settings currently set

    Motion gap = 20 s
    Captured Before = 10 frames
    Captured After = 10 frames
    Min motion frames = 20 frames

    But what happens is that the last image is usually shot too late. Do u have any recommended setting for this scenario?

    Also what is the difference between "Run A Command" vs "Run An End Command"?

    Prabin Kumar Das
    @Prabindas001

    i installed motion eye in a pi 3b+ with raspbian.. after completion, my usb webcam is not detected.. command ( ls -l /dev/video* ) ..result ( crw-rw----+ 1 root video 81, 3 Mar 16 19:01 /dev/video0
    crw-rw----+ 1 root video 81, 4 Mar 16 19:01 /dev/video1
    crw-rw----+ 1 root video 81, 0 Mar 16 19:01 /dev/video10
    crw-rw----+ 1 root video 81, 1 Mar 16 19:01 /dev/video11
    crw-rw----+ 1 root video 81, 2 Mar 16 19:01 /dev/video12
    )..... command ( v4l2-ctl --list-devices) result ( bcm2835-codec-decode (platform:bcm2835-codec):
    /dev/video10
    /dev/video11
    /dev/video12

    HD Webcam C615 (usb-3f980000.usb-1.3):
    /dev/video0
    /dev/video1
    ) .. please help ASAP

    Kivanc-IOT
    @Kivanc-IOT
    hello guys I have a problem can you pls help me
    i have motioneye on ubuntu 18.04 on jetson nano
    i go to my motioneye ip and setup everything , i can see the video coming from my camera
    but when i try to see the stream from another pc ( same network) i can't see it
    can you help me pls ?
    Prabin Kumar Das
    @Prabindas001
    what's showing on the browser ?
    Kivanc-IOT
    @Kivanc-IOT
    nothing , when I try to connect from another computer it seems like tries to load , it is like when you click refresh and it goes infenitely
    and a note , I don't know it is important or not jetson nano has no wifi it connects wired
    JesseWebDotCom
    @JesseWebDotCom
    New to MotionEye (Ubuntu, Foscam C1 cameras) - how can I get audio recorded? Video looks great, but no audio. Device feed: rtsp://ip_address:554/videoMain - Thanks
    Prabin Kumar Das
    @Prabindas001
    @Kivanc-IOT as per my knowledge the motioneye transfers the video stream through the local network of a router.. It needs to connected to a wifi...
    @JesseWebDotCom as far as I know there is no feature of audio recording... And also pi dont have a mix..
    Mic*
    vasureddy619
    @vasureddy619
    My hik vision camera has audio in and out feature is there any feasibility I can record audio also in motioneye.
    @Kivanc-IOT check the streaming port of your camera and try with vlc media player application