sorry for the late reply... hmmm i think there are 3 things to try
- delete node_modules and try again.
- become root then do the first suggestion again
chmod -R 777 /home/ni-admin/Shinobi/and do the first suggestion again
If i am not mistaken Nestcams are p2p cameras. You can't access them without Nest servers. The worst part is the hardware CAN do this for you. It is a software limitation. Perhaps there is some way to modify the software on the camera? Like some custom firmware?
I remember looking for one a long time ago but i never found one... but that was 3 years ago and these cameras seem to still be very popular. Someone may have cracked it by now.
Currently Shinobi can't do that. Adding it would be simple in perspective. This is also an interesting thought, so ill move this over to the Suggestions section.
though the way Shinobi works it cannot be burned on to the stream. You cannot see this information unless you are viewing with a Shinobi interface of some kind, like the dashboard or embed window.
It's even possible to add on hover effects for such information if you want.
Also if i were to go about doing this i would not use a text file. I would make it so an API request would display this information. Like a GET or POST method.
Thanks for the idea! I will totally be looking to add this in.
The ONVIF discovery is based on this https://github.com/futomi/node-onvif ... I have noticed some of my cameras do not appear in the list but others do. I am not sure what causes it to not get something vs get something. I assume its doing basic ONVIF calls to ensure the device is usable and during the scan of your cameras it didn't pass this validation.
Frankly It baffles me and I would like a way to fix it.. just don't know how yet.. sorry I am not more help.
you must do
sudo npm install [email protected] until the plugin is updated and compatible with both versions. The fixes have been presented in PR already along with another method altogether. I will be adding it in as soon as i can! sorry for the hurdles!
PR with updated motion plugin for canvas 2.0 https://github.com/ShinobiCCTV/Shinobi/pull/29/files
oooo very cool. NodeMCU looks promising. As it looks like you can set custom commands to fire. In this case you could make it fire the GET trigger on shinobi http://shinobi.video/docs/api#content-trigger-a-motion-event-pretend-to-be-a-motion-engine This would most likely work very nicely. The device in question would just need to be connected to the network... which i think it already is since its WIFI?
again sorry for the late reply!
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