Continued from related post.... split off other thread
because it was getting off topic.
I can screen shot and post my setup screens on my photobucket, no problem.
OK, no sweat, since you're using advanced IP Camera template I guess that covers it so I have and idea how you've set it up. I may try to set mine up with that one as an exercise. As I said, I imagine I could do both at the same time... shouldn't cause any problems, I would think, unless there's a PK on the MAC or something....
One nice feature though is that although its not associated with LinuxMCE, it is up and running right now. To view it I just open a browser and click a bookmark to view the feed. With it on my external network, I can also still use all the MyDLink iphone and remote browser features like zoom etc.
Exactly the same with mine... very nice if you're constantly tinkering with LMCE and bring it to it's knees occasionally. I have my internet connection setup to forward ports from the IP camera so I can connect remotely from anywhere and view the feed without going through LMCE at all.
normally you specify a image location and a video location. It was my understanding that the still image was used by motion and was what is getting pushed to Web Orbiter 2.0
I don't think this is correct. Certainly, some cameras may have a still and motion image location (mine doesn't) and perhaps the advanced template allows you to specify these but certainly motion wrapper and generic camera templates don't require it and motion itself doesn't require it (since mine works without it).... it must work with the video stream itself, likewise weborbiter. Presumably stills and snapshots are generated via motion / the generic camera device from the video stream.