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Neither motion or motioneye support audio, so no they can't be configured to do that: https://github.com/ccrisan/motioneyeos/issues/2447 Maybe in the future?


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After you clone an SDCard from a small one to a large one (depending how you do the cloning) then the new filesystem may be left the same size as the original card (with a lot of unused/unallocated space behind it). RaspioOS includes two tools that can help avoid that. The SD Card Copier which first formats the new card to the maximum available size then ...


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There was slight change in click behaviour on the most recent update. I use MotionEyeOS but the behaviour should be the same. Click twice on the streamed image and a menu should overlay the top of it allowing access to the functionality you desire, assuming the logged in user has the requisite permission and they are both enabled in the settings.


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The message about "three things" is from sudo if you start it the very first time after installation. Then you have to enter the users password only this one time and was never asked again if configured. On default Raspbian this has already be done so I do not understand why do you get this question. Then there is another issue with the message: sudo: no tty ...


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Found out that motion has a Rest-API like interface which can create Snapshots. build the following crontab and it does what I needed it to do. 0 */1 * * * rm /var/lib/motion/* && curl -s -o /dev/null http://pigrow:8080/0/action/snapshot && ping 10.1 -c 3 > /dev/null && mv /var/lib/motion/image* /mnt/nas without the ping it ...


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When I faced this error, the solution was to give the motion user access to the directory defined by the target_dir option.


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If you are looking to get access to the Pi with a floating IP (due to 3G dongle), I see two good options. As ElefantPhace commented, Use ddns of some sort to create a statically available Domain name. This solution may not work if the 3G hotspot acts as a router and doesnt have port forwarding. Run an OpenVPN server instance on your AWS Server and Connect ...


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If using motion eye (the web server), with motion, it appears the generated images dont use the motion config file setting. Having just installed motion and motion eye on a Pi4 with Buster a week back, the config file does indeed say that the storage folder for the created files is #Target base directory for pictures and films #Recommended to use absolute ...


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