install FFMPEG OMX CODEC for MotionEye

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killakuh
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install FFMPEG OMX CODEC for MotionEye

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hi

how can i install the ffmpeg omx codec?

after using aptitude to find "ffmpeg_codex_extra" (armhf2?) or so i messed up, 'cause aptitude did not recognize my numblock "+" to install packages and i really fucked up with handling aptitude another time.

sorry for my spelling ;).

so, is there a easy way to use motioneye with ffmpeg and omx hardware support?

actually iam using the normal mp4 codec, but there are bigger files and heavy lodaded RPI3a :(

anyone help to spinn off my hedgehog cam?^^
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WarHawk
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Re: install FFMPEG OMX CODEC for MotionEye

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Stumbled across this...for RPi

https://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/view ... g#p1114822

I remember on my OPiLite w/ Octoprint I had to use AVCONV rather than FFMPEG
Yes indeed, so instead of ffmpeg, avconv. so no need to build or install anything probably.

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sudo apt-get install libav-tools
Looks like a page out of a book...lol
killakuh
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Re: install FFMPEG OMX CODEC for MotionEye

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hi,

so i just uninstall ol' motioneye installtion and put a newer version on it.

problematically is, that after writing files the RPi3 is overhelmed with data loss - the vid' is stocking until i set a picture size supported by cam device natively.
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WarHawk
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Re: install FFMPEG OMX CODEC for MotionEye

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unknown, need a DEV to assist
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