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'[OT]: Video surveillance software'
2001\06\26@120742 by John Pearson

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Looking for some video surveillance software, the type that will capture motion.

Have tried many that I have downloaded, Gotcha is my choice so far, with Melcam second.

Any others I should try?

Gotcha has great motion detection, but I can't figure out how to time stamp each event. The program just lumps everything into an Mv2 file(?).

Melcam time stamps each event and puts them into seperate files, but it doesn't capture much movement, even when set on max sensitivity.
Thanks for any help, advice.

John

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2001\06\26@163056 by Chris Carr

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What motion are you trying to detect ? i.e. Human, whole body, walking
towards camera.
Are you willing to spend money ?
If you are how much tops ?

Chris Carr

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2001\06\26@164124 by David VanHorn

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At 09:29 PM 6/26/01 +0100, Chris Carr wrote:
>What motion are you trying to detect ? i.e. Human, whole body, walking
>towards camera.
>Are you willing to spend money ?
>If you are how much tops ?

In the olden days, we did this with photocells and suction cups, on a
monitor screen.

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2001\06\26@170317 by Chris Carr

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> >What motion are you trying to detect ? i.e. Human, whole body, walking
> >towards camera.
> >Are you willing to spend money ?
> >If you are how much tops ?
>
> In the olden days, we did this with photocells and suction cups, on a
> monitor screen.
>
I disagree, in the olden days when I was a young lad we used to put
peasants at a strategic points. They did have a tendency to go into sleep
mode but booting them at regular intervals did tend to cure that problem

8-)

Chris

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2001\06\26@175255 by David VanHorn

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>I disagree, in the olden days when I was a young lad we used to put
>peasants at a strategic points. They did have a tendency to go into sleep
>mode but booting them at regular intervals did tend to cure that problem

Which do we need to re-boot more often, peasants, or PCs?
Progress?

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2001\06\26@193709 by David Minkler

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Hi John,
Is the nature of your application such that you could put a clock in the
field of view of your camera?
Regards,
Dave

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2001\06\27@041809 by Alan B. Pearce

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>but booting them at regular intervals did tend to cure that problem

so something does need rebooting more often than an MS product?

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