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You most probably won't be able to. You will have to find out many things up front: is there a video output (analog or digital) is there a connector to communicate with the device is the camera interface something common (the Pi will only work with CSI and USB) If you cannot answer any of those questions with a yes then you will not succeed. If you think ...


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I've found the answer ! Why this only execute once was the 301 answer (permanent redirection) the browser have memorized ! So, to avoid it, i've put a simple html redirection. import picamera from datetime import datetime import io import logging import socketserver from threading import Condition from http import server from time import sleep PAGE="""\ &...


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Thanks to you, i've made this, i try to make the same thing as you (take a snap from a stream to save a picture). I thought about stopping the stream, taking the picture and going back to stream via another URL. It has worked once but no way to make it work a second time... I've added some functions to manage the camera to the server. For the GPIO input i ...


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RTSP is available on motion version 4+. However, version 4+ is not available for raspbian jessie. Update you distro or get the .deb from github.


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You can't just issue a simple read() on /dev/video*. You have two options: Use OpenCV to open the camera, something like this: // includes, setup code, etc. Mat frame; VideoCapture cam(1); for (;;) { cam1.grab(); cam1.retrieve(frame); if (frame.empty() { continue; } // Serialize frame and send it over a network connection. } Use the usbip ...


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I had exactly this problem. The camera was working fine, and then didn't... Same error message. I seemed to be able to solve it by $sudo nano raspi-config then re-enabling the camera in Interface Options, then rebooting. Perhaps worth a try for someone before ordering a new cam.


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No, you cannot use the same cable for both Raspberry Pi Zero and Pi 3+. Both of them support different set of cameras and are not interchangeable. You can always use USB camera interchangeably on them though.


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I'm the author of powerful & threaded VidGear Video Processing python library that now provide NetGear API, which is exclusively designed to transfer video frames synchronously between interconnecting systems over the network in real-time. Here's a bare-minimum example: A. Server End:(Bare-Minimum example) Open your favorite terminal and execute the ...


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