- Install MotionEyeOS on Raspberry Pi – Surveillance Camera System
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The purpose of this post is to document my instructions for when I get a new RPi, and covers the Raspberry Pi 3. Head over to the Raspberry Pi Raspbian download page. The Lite version is "headless", meaning it doesn't have the UI installed. I don't need a UI so I downloaded the Lite. Next, install the operating system onto a SD card. The easiest way to do this is to plug an Ethernet cable into your Raspberry Pi 3 from your home router, and logging into your routers UI to find the IP address. With "Expand File system highlighted, hit enter. It should respond with "Root partition has been resized". Go to Internationalisation Options and then Change Timezone. I selected America then Los Angeles. It will ask you if you want to reboot now, but I wanted to reboot after configuring my Wifi settings. If you are on Raspberry Pi 1 or 2, use this post instead. Raspberry Pi 3 is supposed to have much better default Wifi settings. Then add your network. For me, I use settings like the follow. Update: My WiFi worked fine for 1 week, but then it suddenly stopped working. I had forgotten to run sudo apt-get upgrade and and sudo apt-get dist-upgrade. I am configuring my next Pi now and hope this will solve the issue. The Raspberry Pi 3 will need some applications downloaded via apt-get. Issue the following NB, copy and paste these commands one at a time; for some reason it doesn't work if you copy and paste them all :. Raspberry Pi 3 comes shipped with vim-tiny. With vim-tiny, if you use the arrow keys while in insert mode it ruins everything. I prefer the full vim program that doesn't have this issue. We downloaded vim in the previous command. Screen is great for running applications when you are not connected. I use it to run my brewing app. The following is for when I have to install my brewing application related stuff and isn't necessary for you to read. However after about a minute it disappeared. We want the screen to be associated with user pi instead of root. If the command runs in a while loop then screen won't exit. We are startng the screen with the session name brew. I'm not sure if bash -c is required here; I don't think it is but most people tend to follow this pattern.
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Do you want to turn your Raspberry Pi into a surveillance camera system? The best way to do it is using MotionEyeOS. MotionEyeOS is a Linux distribution that turns your single-board computer into a video serveillance system. The MotionEyeOS supports the following devices:. MotionEyeOS is the perfect solution to build your own surveillance system because it is simple to install and has a web-based, user-friendly interface that is responsive in practically any browser. Additionally, it brings other useful features when it comes to a surveillance system:. You can use the preceding links or go directly to MakerAdvisor. But first, you need to format you microSD card — there are several ways to do this, but we recommend following the next procedure:. Choose the right image for your device: MotionEyeOS releases page. Next, extract the image from the. With the microSD card formatted, and connected to your computer, open Etcher. Connect a camera. Open your browser and type the Raspberry Pi IP address. If you have a camera connected to your Pi, it should be detected automatically, and you should see a live image from the camera. You can configure pretty much everything in your web user interface. We recommend taking a look at the following configurations when configuring the MotionEyeOS for the first time. You can also enable Wireless Network in the Network menu. You need to enter your network credentials as shown in the following figure. If you want to build your own surveillance system, then the MotionEyeOS is the way to go. Hi Tony. Thank you. So, stay tuned! After the first boot, can you take the ethernet cable out and boot it back up again, and it will run wireless? I hope this helps! Sorry to ask again, but do you have to have noobs installed on the pi?
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GitHub is home to over 40 million developers working together to host and review code, manage projects, and build software together. Have a question about this project? Sign up for a free GitHub account to open an issue and contact its maintainers and the community. Already on GitHub? Sign in to your account. Whether you need to overclock the Pi or not depends on which model of Pi you're using. I recommend trying without overclock to see if performance is acceptable. Keep in mind that overclocking can potentially cause stability issue. How much GPU memory is required depends on your configuration. Higher resolution needs more GPU memory. Max video width and height of bcmv4l2 driver also contribute to the GPU memory required. Ok, thanks. Which OS and what version of ffmpeg are you running? You may have to recompile ffmpeg to enable OMX support. It's ok to allocate more GPU memory than what's needed. Exactly which file depends on your OS, your set up. GPU settings were Mb, according to the recommendations above. Recorded video stream was RTSP x plus another video of the same size being just monitored. I just wanted to share this solution, as it's not in line with the recommendations above, can someone explain this? Skip to content. Dismiss Join GitHub today GitHub is home to over 40 million developers working together to host and review code, manage projects, and build software together. Sign up. New issue. Jump to bottom. Copy link Quote reply. Can somebody tell me how much of gpu must I use? The most important question, Use motioneye GPU? This comment has been minimized. Sign in to view. Presumably you're running motionEye on Raspberry Pi.