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They consist of 2 or more sections: general, source and then optional sections.
 
They consist of 2 or more sections: general, source and then optional sections.
 
Every other section (apart from video loopback) have an array of entries for their data.
 
Every other section (apart from video loopback) have an array of entries for their data.
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=== Recording Specifications ===
 
=== Recording Specifications ===
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* 5 FPS video files
 
* 5 FPS video files
 
* 2 FPS HTTP web interface
 
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=== Cameras ===
 
=== Cameras ===

Revision as of 21:23, 3 September 2017

what is it

POV is the (virtual) server managing the webcams. It stores video files of all webcams over the last 2 days.


OS specifications

  • debian stretch
  • 32b
  • virtual machine with 2 cores
  • 1GB ram
  • 10GB root filesystem
  • 100GB storage for camera files


software


motion

  • motion is installed from the debian repository
  • configuration files are under /etc/motion
  • main configuration is motion.conf which includes cam*.conf
  • as by the design of motion, all its cameras (6 + 11) are monitored from 1 process


constatus

  • installed from the github repository https://github.com/flok99/constatus
  • installed under /usr/local/constatus
  • started (currently, 20170903) from /etc/rc.local
  • each camera has its own constatus process - the idea is that if something crashes, that not all cameras will go down
  • video archive can be viewed under http://10.42.19.84:port/ where port is 8101 for camera 1, 8102 for camera 2 and so on

The configuration files are JSON files. They consist of 2 or more sections: general, source and then optional sections. Every other section (apart from video loopback) have an array of entries for their data.


Recording Specifications

  • 5 FPS video files
  • 2 FPS HTTP web interface


Cameras

Number Stream port HTML port Physical device protocol Where
CAM 1 8084 8101 RTSP hanging above the 3D printer
CAM 2 8085 8102 MJPEG cantina/kitchen
CAM 3 8086 8103 MJPEG back side of klusruimte
CAM 4 8087 8104 MJPEG front side of klusruimte
CAM 5 8088 8105 RTSP houtbewerkingsruimte (woodworking shop)
CAM 6 broken
CAM 7 8090 8107 MJPEG, source is Verint Nextiva these produce an RTP stream which are converted to MJPEG by scripting running on the shell server, see https://github.com/Peetz0r/revcaminfra.
CAM 8 8091 8108
CAM 9 8092 8109
CAM 10 8093 8110
CAM 11 These go to eleven?! (this camera doesn't actually exist yet)