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Re: Network video server for cameras



That is correct, though that includes decoding multi-part jpeg streams
as well as individual stills grabs. Plus it will read images from disk
files if you can get something else to break them out from a mpeg stream.

Adding support for decoding mpeg streams is just a matter of me finding
time to do it, and hardware to tets it on, as I don't think it will be
all that difficult really once I get started.

Phil

Jim Noble wrote:

>Steve Nye wrote:
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>>Hi Ian,
>>I have found this camera - same familly that does do avi and all
for the
>>same price.
>>*http://tinyurl.com/7mqzq
>>*I need some more cameras and will probably look at getting one of
these at
>>some point.
>>I also found a link which deatils how the 9100+ can operate with
that ZM.
>>
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>>
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>Be aware that Zoneminder currently only works with still image inputs
>(ie frame by frame). Although I believe Phil is working on support for
>input from a video source (Phil...?)
>
>(Sounds like the 9100+ does still image output then)
>
>Another source of cameras:
>
>www.network-camera.co.uk
>
>Jim
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>Yahoo! Groups Links
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