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You'd first have to stream your camera to a site like YouTube. To do that you'd have to install FFmpeg on your Raspberry Pi. Install FFmpeg: sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install ffmpeg Once you've got FFmpeg installed you'd have to create a Youtube account and verify it. Once you've verified your account you can go to the encoder setup in the video ...


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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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My guess is that this issue is occurring because a format is not specified in your server configuration, as is done here and here. For example, you could edit the <Stream> to include the swf format: <Stream live.flv> Feed feed1.ffm Format swf NoAudio </Stream>


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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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