Uses about 15% here on a 2.6 GHz i7.poing wrote:Watching that stream my i5 3570K Ivy Bridge CPU overclocked to 4.5GHz uses around 26%
Well the Lego Figures came into use when it got too dark outside to see! Now its back to watching trains go by!UglyMike wrote:Nice garden scene with overcast sky at LeoWhite.... Beats looking at Lego figures...
Works great on my iPad.
That's probably what I'll end up using myself, at least when only streaming on a local network!ProgDrums wrote:Thanks. RTSP is probably best for my needs in that case.
That might introduce some issues! I've got my RPi connected via Ethernet at the moment, haven't tried wireless yet.recantha2 wrote:Ahhhh, mine's over wifi. Probably why I'm getting a few problems!
Think I managed to get one or two frames before it locked up!recantha2 wrote:My stream is now online at
I think the only way is to increase the timeout. So put a few 9s in the timeout value (I'm using -t 9999999 at the moment)ProgDrums wrote:Working perfectly now. Thanks again.
Is there a way to stop the feed timing out?
Not a problem! hope that sorts it for you.ProgDrums wrote:D'oh! Thanks. I'm new to all of this.
Heh, that's about all that does! Trains, birds and the occasional fox.recantha2 wrote:Hey look at that! A train just went past