Have you tried converting to a webm or mp4 stream, and using the <video> tag?
I'm still new to this program, so my apologies if this solution doesn't meet your needs.
It might have something to do with the way my camera feed comes in, but after a minute or so, the feed in the browser stops updating. I have to press the green plug looking icon (says Status Indicator), then the feed returns.
I have an android app (IP Cam Viewer), and the feed on there (accessed via API) never stops, and continuously updates. If I have motion detection enabled, the red bar also still updates even if the feed does not.
This is on Chrome on Windows 7.
The camera feed is a local pipe.
I noticed this as well. Everything else is fine, except the calendar.
I can confirm, if you look at the notification log at the top after adding a monitor, the command line doesn't have anything after the ? even (since it's a command-line wildcard).
However, when adding the monitor, if you select "No" for auto-parsing, you can manually enter the query string, and it accepts it.
Url's should be wrapped around double-quotes.
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