1. You can just run the installer script again. It refetches any changes from the git repository before proceeding. If you use 'install' on the end it will put all the changes in but you may lose any changes you have made to motion config or the default raspimjpeg config. You can also use 'update' instead of install; that only changes the code and leaves your configs alone but if there have been any additions to say the raspimjpeg file then they wouldn't get included.Stinnaz wrote:Hi all. Firstly I just want to say that this is my first experience of following a project since I bought my Pi, and it's certain helping me learn a few new things. I'd been looking around and trying a few Pi camera web streaming projects, but I couldn't get any of them to work very well. However, yours does almost everything I could have wanted and actually worked (almost) "out of the box". So well done for some amazing work here!
I just have a couple of questions and I have tried searching this post and the wiki, but with no luck:
1. How do I update to the latest version, or do I have to do a fresh install?
2. Whenever I try and change the image quality from 25 (which it always defaulted to and not 85 as stated) the number stays, but with no noticeable change to the video above. When I navigate away and back though it say 25 again. Am I missing something, or is this not even the streaming outputs quality but the quality if still images are captured?
Excuse my newbie questions, but I'm trying to learn as I go!
Thanks very much.
2. There was a bug in the 'image quality'. There are actually two qualities internally; one used for thumbnail / live screen and one used for the quality of captured high quality still images. The web interface was changing the still image quality as intended but displaying the thumbnail quality.
This is now fixed.