Re: Supervisor and configuration update — how to do it?
Mon May 25 21:29:08 CEST 2020
I'm speaking about surveillance camera or TV channel.
2000 IP cameras are recording 7/24. Or it is a Superbowl streaming.
you cannot even think about stopping process. All reconfigurations are
made on fly.
On Mon, May 25, 2020 at 9:30 PM Bob Gustafson <bobgus@REDACTED> wrote:
> To zero in on your exact situation:
> 1) Is your video stream continuous, or does it stop after 10 seconds?
> 2) Is the configuration change done manually by human, or is it done
> programmatically according to some preset criteria?
> 3) Could you save the whole video stream in one chunk and then
> after-the-capture, chop it into the desired size chunks?
> 4) following along with 3), you could cache the continuing stream and
> chop it into desired size chunks from the cache as the capture is
> continuing. Each chunk is saved and deleted from the past end of the
> capture cache.
> Do any of these scenarios match your circumstances?
> On 5/25/20 1:08 PM, Max Lapshin wrote:
> > I'm afraid that I haven't got your idea.
> > Look, I have a live video stream. It collects video frames into big
> > chunks. There is a configuration setting that allows to change size of
> > these chunks: from 1 seconds to 10 seconds.
> > This configuration must be done without any restarts.
> > How do you advice to do this configuration?
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