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A web frontend for the motion daemon.

0.42.1

2 years ago

What's new:

  • Fixed smart mask sluggishness limits.
  • Fixed floating image dimensions when generating media preview.
  • Fixed filename validation regex.
  • Added support for nvenc (credits go to @HawtDogFlvrWtr).

0.42

3 years ago

What's new:

  • Added RTMP support (thanks @mcd1992)
  • Added movie passthrough option support (thanks @wmig)
  • Adjusted validations for various fields (thanks @jwheeler91)
  • Added h264 V4L2 M2M support (Odroid XU4 hardware accelerated encoding)
  • Additional options are now hidden when surveillance user is logged in
  • (Hopefully) fixed erroneous fps reporting

0.41

3 years ago

What's new:

  • Fixed video streams not working on Chrome 76+ (thanks @rajendrant)
  • Dockerfile: fixed path to vcgencmd (thanks @kleini)
  • Fixed issues when using unicode in notification hooks (thanks @zagrim)
  • Added more validations on the UI side (thanks @zagrim)
  • More general /usr/bin/env bash shebang is now used (thanks @phaethon)
  • Fixed Google Drive upload cleanup issue (thanks @chiastic-security)
  • Current value is now shown while adjusting sliders (thanks @zagrim)
  • Fixed Clean Cloud bug with leading/trailing slash in path (thanks @bob-lee)
  • Various Google Photos upload improvements (thanks @bob-lee)
  • Added support for threshold_maximum and threshold_tune Motion options
  • Credentials are no longer embedded in the URL when using simple MJPEG cameras
  • Removed advanced options flag
  • Added required headers to prevent caching of streaming frames
  • Fixed smart mask sluggishness description

0.41rc1

3 years ago

0.40

3 years ago

What's new:

  • autocapitalization for usernames and passwords is now disabled (thanks @timmo001)
  • better masked out area color (thanks @19grad).
  • added support for mjpeg:// URLs (thanks @Queuecumber)
  • added experimental support for removing old media files from Google Drive (thanks @bob-lee)
  • removed compatibility with Motion 3.x
  • added support for Motion 4.2
  • all V4L2 video controls can now be adjusted from the UI
  • added a migration script to help converting from old Motion formats to Motion 4.2

note 1: Starting with motionEye 0.40, Motion 3.x versions are no longer supported. Please upgrade to Motion 4.x. note 2: Starting with motionEye 0.40, the new Motion 4.x directives are used in configuration files. You can either remove and re-add all your cameras or you can use the migrateconf.sh script to convert your configuration files:

for file in /etc/motioneye/{motion,thread-*}.conf; do /usr/local/lib/python2.7/site-packages/motioneye/scripts/migrateconf.sh $file; done

0.40rc5

3 years ago

What's new:

  • fixed streaming image corruptions due to HTTP headers misuse

note 1: Starting with motionEye 0.40, Motion 3.x versions are no longer supported. Please upgrade to Motion 4.x. note 2: Starting with motionEye 0.40, the new Motion 4.x directives are used in configuration files. You can either remove and re-add all your cameras or you can use the migrateconf.sh script to convert your configuration files:

for file in /etc/motioneye/{motion,thread-*}.conf; do /usr/local/lib/python2.7/site-packages/motioneye/scripts/migrateconf.sh $file; done

0.40rc4

3 years ago

What's new:

  • fixed MJPG client when using streaming authentication with Motion

note 1: Starting with motionEye 0.40, Motion 3.x versions are no longer supported. Please upgrade to Motion 4.x. note 2: Starting with motionEye 0.40, the new Motion 4.x directives are used in configuration files. You can either remove and re-add all your cameras or you can use the migrateconf.sh script to convert your configuration files:

for file in /etc/motioneye/{motion,thread-*}.conf; do /usr/local/lib/python2.7/site-packages/motioneye/scripts/migrateconf.sh $file; done

0.40rc3

3 years ago

What's new:

  • MMAL cameras don't have V4L2 controls

note 1: Starting with motionEye 0.40, Motion 3.x versions are no longer supported. Please upgrade to Motion 4.x. note 2: Starting with motionEye 0.40, the new Motion 4.x directives are used in configuration files. You can either remove and re-add all your cameras or you can use the migrateconf.sh script to convert your configuration files:

for file in /etc/motioneye/{motion,thread-*}.conf; do /usr/local/lib/python2.7/site-packages/motioneye/scripts/migrateconf.sh $file; done

0.40rc2

3 years ago

What's new:

  • fixed Motion pre-4.2 configuration options conversion

note 1: Starting with motionEye 0.40, Motion 3.x versions are no longer supported. Please upgrade to Motion 4.x. note 2: Starting with motionEye 0.40, the new Motion 4.x directives are used in configuration files. You can either remove and re-add all your cameras or you can use the migrateconf.sh script to convert your configuration files:

for file in /etc/motioneye/{motion,thread-*}.conf; do /usr/local/lib/python2.7/site-packages/motioneye/scripts/migrateconf.sh $file; done

0.40rc1

3 years ago

What's new:

  • autocapitalization for usernames and passwords is now disabled (thanks @timmo001)
  • better masked out area color (thanks @19grad).
  • added support for mjpeg:// URLs (thanks @Queuecumber)
  • added experimental support for removing old media files from Google Drive (thanks @bob-lee)
  • removed compatibility with Motion 3.x
  • added support for Motion 4.2
  • all V4L2 video controls can now be adjusted from the UI
  • added a migration script to help converting from old Motion formats to Motion 4.2

note 1: Starting with motionEye 0.40, Motion 3.x versions are no longer supported. Please upgrade to Motion 4.x. note 2: Starting with motionEye 0.40, the new Motion 4.x directives are used in configuration files. You can either remove and re-add all your cameras or you can use the migrateconf.sh script to convert your configuration files:

for file in /etc/motioneye/{motion,thread-*}.conf; do /usr/local/lib/python2.7/site-packages/motioneye/scripts/migrateconf.sh $file; done