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Eventghost+Foscam: video recording, phone,Automation, remote

General discussion regarding Foscam IP Cameras

Re: Eventghost+Foscam: video recording, phone,Automation, re

Postby Daf » Thu Dec 01, 2011 4:16 pm

Any feedback?
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Re: Eventghost+Foscam: video recording, phone,Automation, re

Postby lunatixz » Sun Dec 16, 2012 8:12 pm

repost link please...
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Re: Eventghost+Foscam: video recording, phone,Automation, re

Postby Daf » Mon Nov 25, 2013 9:02 pm


Sorry for the late reply, I just made some minor changes. You can overwrite the previous version.

Main change : For now the "Snapshot Timer" loop won't crash if the ipcam isn't available : it just tries again later.

I just used the snapshot timer because I needed to create a kind of timelapse : I wanted to check how "fast" my underground water tank fills up and how often the pump empty it. Once the 500 pictures taken, I just needed to play it fast with xnview, I could check how often the pump was triggered by the high water level.

I just concluded that my water pump currently pump about 900 liters per day, now I have to find out where is this water from.
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