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The Amazing New World of Drones

Today on the Edge of Innovation, we are talking with Brian Gravel about The Amazing New World of Drones.

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Media Technology with Brian Gravel

Today on the Edge of Innovation, we are talking with Brian Gravel about Media Technology.

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How to Operate Linux Spycams With Motion

When you want something a little simpler and more lightweight than Zoneminder for operating surveillance cameras, try Motion. Motion is a nice lightweight, yet capable application for operating surveillance cameras on Linux. It works with any Linux-supported video camera, including all V4L Webcams, many IP cameras, Axis cameras, and it controls pan and tilt functions. Motion records movies and snapshots in JPEG, PPM, and MPEG formats, and you can view these remotely in a Web browser thanks to Motion’s built-in HTTP server. It stores image files in a directory of your choosing, and it does not require a database, though it supports MySQL and PostgreSQL if you do want to use one. First let’s look at how to get an IP camera working with …

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How to Operate Linux Spycams With Motion

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