Using freerunner as webcam display
martix.cz at gmail.com
Fri Sep 3 19:22:29 CEST 2010
Consider, if you can switch recording to MPEG-2. You can play MPEG-2
video at much more fps with Glamo 2-4-2 timings. Or you can try this:
and accelerate MPEG-4 on Glamo, but it's not yet ported to new kernels
with DRI architecture.
2010/9/3 Alexander Lehner <lehner at edv-buero-lehner.de>:
> On Fri, 3 Sep 2010, Patryk Benderz wrote:
>> Dnia 2010-09-03, pi? o godzinie 13:52 +0200, Alexander Lehner pisze:
>>> I've got a TrentNET wireless webcam and just found out how to access its
>>> mpeg4 video stream and am using now my GPS-broken freerunner as permanent
>>> display for this webcam:
>>> mplayer -nosound -vf rotate=2 -vo fbdev rtsp://<webcam-ipaddr>:554/mpeg4
>> Nice one :).
>>> I had to turn down the cam's fps to 2 for a real-time video without delay.
>> Did you discovered what is the bottleneck?
> I think it's the CPU which is around 90% already at 2fps.
> Another problem is, that the mpeg stream sometimes seems to be corrupt
> which crashess mplayer after some time.
> So I did a 'while true; do mplayer...; done' around and set codecs and
> other parameters by hand to avoid the autodetection.
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