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Automatically archive webcam video / audio with noise level graphs https://www.dragonfrugal.com/download…
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Created By: Michael Kilday <firstname.lastname@example.org> http://www.dragonfrugal.com/open.source/software/dfdwebcamarchives/ https://github.com/taoteh1221/DFD_Webcam_Archives/releases =========================================================================================================== INSTALLATION: =========================================================================================================== https://trac.ffmpeg.org/wiki/CompilationGuide/Ubuntu MAY need: "apt-get install libsox-fmt-mp3" for sox MP3 support This application requires ffmpeg (with H.264 / MP4 support), lame, sox, awk, and cron jobs on a server stack. Your PHP web server must support GD for graphs, and you may need to increase your php.ini memory_limit to 1024MB or even higher / max_execution_time to 900 or even higher, if you have very large / long video files. In the 'cron' directory you'll need to copy each file to a non-web directory (so nobody can see your edited cron job code), and make each executable with 'chmod +x filename.here'. Then setup the config for each job at the top inside each file (using an editor like nano in a terminal). Then you can setup each in crontab, with 'crontab -e' from a terminal. Google for crontab examples if need be. ===========================================================================================================