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Motion is a command line based tool. It has no graphical user interface. Everything is setup either via the command line or via configuration files.
The output from motion can be: - jpg files - ppm format files - mpeg video sequences
Also, motion has its own minimalistic web server. Thus, you can access the webcam output from motion via a browser.
Motion up to version 3.1.8 was created and maintained by Jeroen Vreeken. Versions 3.1.9-3.1.12 was maintained by Kenneth Lavrsen (http://www.lavrsen.dk/) and Folkert van Heusden (http://www.vanheusden.com/). From 3.1.12 Motion is project managed by Kenneth Lavrsen and maintained by a large number of people. See the file CREDITS for the list of people having made contributions to the Motion code. more»
Motion for Debian ----------------- A minimal config file is installed as /etc/motion/motion.conf by default. Much more verbose example config files are located in /usr/share/doc/motion/examples. NOTE: Any non-root user can copy /etc/motion/motion.conf to ~/.motion/motion.conf and override system-wide settings (it may, for example, be necessary for a non-root user to change the parameter 'target more»
Using motion with the Axis 2100 network camera First compile the motion binary as described in README and INSTALL Then either start motion with the -A option and your axis cameras ip address or edit motion.conf. To increase the performance use this urls : # for multipart jpeg http://192.168.1.10/axis-cgi/mjpg/video.cgi?showlength=1 or # for single jpeg http://192.168.1.10/axis-cgi/jpg/ more»
MOTION-CONTROL(1) MOTION-CONTROL(1) NAME motion-control - more»
MOTION(1) Motion Options and Config Files MOTION(1) NAME motion - Detec more»
motion (3.2.3-2.1) unstable; urgency=low * Non-maintainer upload to fix pending l10n issues. * more»
3.2.3 Detailed changes for 3.2.3 Bugfix release only. No new features. - Fixed a bug in the http c more»