Gspy retrieves images from a video4linux device and processes these into a daily MPEG movie on the disk drive. Each image is recorded with a time stamp to ensure accurate real-world correlation. Special motion detection algorithms are used to reduce the size of the daily movies by eliminating pictures with similar content as well as the normal compression obtained by the mpeg process. The result is a time lapse video per day with nonlinear time compression using only the images of interest.
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Release Notes: A console version has been added, and a Web cam can now keep track of activity in your file server room. Information for users having problems building the program under RedHat 7.3 and 8.0 due to gettext has been included.
Release Notes: Added a config option to suppress the target box in images, and a user definable command that gets executed on alarms.
Release Notes: Support for Philips webcams has been added. This may also work with other v4l cameras that do not have RGB images available.
Release Notes: An update was made to include MPEG generation via a menu command.
Release Notes: Initial release.