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  Reply # 709874 31-Oct-2012 14:24
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Just noticed the 2Degrees advertising :)



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  Reply # 709875 31-Oct-2012 14:25
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Hmmm, ok so i removed it from a shared antenna pole and went direct into the metal flashing wall, still seems to be quite a shake, think it might be the arm for the camera. Wont be able to get it any better but it is a windy day




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  Reply # 709877 31-Oct-2012 14:28
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That's quite interesting. It's getting battered about like mad. Wonder how long the mountings will last with that much movement?





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  Reply # 709878 31-Oct-2012 14:37
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icepicknz:
dontpanic42: Quality and frame rate look pretty good! :)

However, it does look like the original aspect ratio is 16:9, yet the video is being displayed as 4:3 for me.


How did you see it's a 16:9 ? You are correct thought the original rtsp source is 1280x720 but the rtmp broadcaster is doing 4:3 for some reason. Would forward direct to the camera but that will either blow it up or use too much bw to the device ;)

Will have a look through the config and see if there is a way to restream the rtmp via 16:9


I just noticed by the way the cars looked vertically stretched. ;)

BTW, if you eliminate the camera shaking, you'll probably save quite a bit in bandwidth if it's a VBR (variable bit-rate) stream. Not so much if it's CBR (constant bit-rate).

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  Reply # 709910 31-Oct-2012 15:20
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works good in Opera 12.02 x64 aswell

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  Reply # 709927 31-Oct-2012 15:49
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dontpanic42:

BTW, if you eliminate the camera shaking, you'll probably save quite a bit in bandwidth if it's a VBR (variable bit-rate) stream. Not so much if it's CBR (constant bit-rate).


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  Reply # 710406 1-Nov-2012 13:49
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very nice- what camera is it?

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  Reply # 710434 1-Nov-2012 14:31
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kiwi_64: far out .. and they claim that Wellington is windy!   Smile 

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Nice one, working great for me on latest Firefox.  Still rocking a bit in the breeze...!




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  Reply # 710516 1-Nov-2012 17:02
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That shaking is giving me a migraine, I can only look for a few moments. Auckland can keep Wellington's wind, they are welcome to it. Using Firefox 16.0.2

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  Reply # 710949 2-Nov-2012 12:48
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Can you tilt it down so the exposure is better - too dark on the motorway



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  Reply # 711366 3-Nov-2012 13:50
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illicit: Can you tilt it down so the exposure is better - too dark on the motorway


Will do so on the next sunny day :)

The wind hasnt been too bad for the last few days either, but i'll try and focus the picture a bit better.

@crumper, it's a aircam from Ubiquity




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