Help; error defining monitors

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thaifas
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Help; error defining monitors

Post by thaifas » Sun Sep 19, 2010 4:35 pm

I'm new to linux and ZM; yesterday, at the end, I could get ZM runs on my old athlon XP with a fresh new Ubuntu desktop 10.04.2 installation.
Now, I have to do it will "see" what is happenning outwards (I have to define the monitors), but I cannot get they work. Every time I click probe with any set of options, I get the same error mesage

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Unable to probe network cameras, status is '127'
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I Think the card is correctly recognised by the system, because if I type 'lspci', I obtain one line wich says

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00:0d.0 Multimedia video controller: Brooktree Corporation Bt878 Video Capture (rev 11)
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In the same way, if I type "zmu -d /dev/video0 -q -v', the answer is:

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 Video Device: /dev/video0
General Capabilities
  Driver: bttv
  Card: BT878 video (GrandTec Multi Cap
  Bus: PCI:0000:00:0d.0
  Version: 0.9.18
  Type: 0x5000015
    Supports video capture (X)
    Does not support video output
    Supports frame buffer overlay
    Supports VBI capture
    Does not support VBI output
    Does not support sliced VBI capture
    Does not support sliced VBI output
    Does not support video output overlay
    Does not have tuner
    Does not have audio in and/or out
    Does not have radio
    Supports read/write i/o (X)
    Does not support async i/o
    Supports streaming i/o (X)
    Standards:
      NTSC
      NTSC-M
      NTSC-M-JP
      NTSC-M-KR
      PAL
      PAL-BG
      PAL-H
      PAL-I
      PAL-DK
      PAL-M
      PAL-N
      PAL-Nc
      PAL-60
      SECAM
      SECAM-B
      SECAM-G
      SECAM-H
      SECAM-DK
      SECAM-L
      SECAM-Lc
  Formats:
    8 bpp, gray (GREY)
    8 bpp, dithered color (HI24)
    15 bpp RGB, le (RGBO)
    15 bpp RGB, be (RGBQ)
    16 bpp RGB, le (RGBP)
    16 bpp RGB, be (RGBR)
    24 bpp RGB, le (BGR3)
    32 bpp RGB, le (BGR4)
    32 bpp RGB, be (RGB4)
    4:2:2, packed, YUYV (YUYV)
    4:2:2, packed, YUYV (YUYV)
    4:2:2, packed, UYVY (UYVY)
    4:2:2, planar, Y-Cb-Cr (422P)
    4:2:0, planar, Y-Cb-Cr (YU12)
    4:2:0, planar, Y-Cr-Cb (YV12)
    4:1:1, planar, Y-Cb-Cr (411P)
    4:1:0, planar, Y-Cb-Cr (YUV9)
    4:1:0, planar, Y-Cr-Cb (YVU9)
Crop Capabilities
  Bounds: 1063 x 608
  Default: 924 x 576
  Current: 924 x 576
Inputs: 4
  Input 0
    Name: Composite0
    Type: Camera
    Audioset: 00000001
    Standards: 0xffbfff
    Power on  (X)
    Signal detected  (X)
    Colour Signal detected 
    Horizontal Lock detected 
  Input 1
    Name: Composite1
    Type: Camera
    Audioset: 00000001
    Standards: 0xffbfff
    Power on  (X)
    Signal detected  (X)
    Colour Signal detected 
    Horizontal Lock detected 
  Input 2
    Name: Composite2
    Type: Camera
    Audioset: 00000001
    Standards: 0xffbfff
    Power on  (X)
    Signal detected  (X)
    Colour Signal detected 
    Horizontal Lock detected 
  Input 3
    Name: Composite3
    Type: Camera
    Audioset: 00000001
    Standards: 0xffbfff
    Power on  (X)
    Signal detected  (X)
    Colour Signal detected 
    Horizontal Lock detected 
My camera is a generic cctv cam, locally connected, no IP; here is where I'd bought and its specs http://www.dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.15756.
I think there is something I'm doing wrong, but I'm not able to identify that. Could somebody help?

Appreciated for your help!

bb99
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Post by bb99 » Sun Sep 19, 2010 4:43 pm

In this case your camera type won't make much difference, ZM is married to the capture card. If you post your "source tab" settings someone will chine in and help.

thaifas
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?

Post by thaifas » Sun Sep 19, 2010 7:46 pm

How can I do to upload the screens?
I tried typing the path, dragging them to text box,... but when I click preview I only obtain the route...

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Post by thaifas » Sun Sep 19, 2010 7:47 pm

[img]file:///home/anxo/Escritorio/General.png[/img]

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Post by thaifas » Sun Sep 19, 2010 7:48 pm

[img]/home/anxo/Escritorio/General.png[/img]

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Post by bb99 » Sun Sep 19, 2010 8:26 pm

Just type them out similar to this:

Device Path: /dev/video0
Capture Method: Video for Linux Version 2
Device Channel: 0
Device Format: NTSC
Capture Palette: BGR24
Capture Width (pixels): 320
Capture Height (pixels): 240

If you want just copy paste the above into your post but change the values to yours.

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Here it is...

Post by thaifas » Mon Sep 20, 2010 5:36 am

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General:
Name:				Red
Source Type:			Local
Function:			Monitor
Enabled:			<Checked>
Linked Monitors:		Yellow
Maximum FPS:			5
Alarm Maximum FPS:		5
Reference Image Blend %ge: 	7
Triggers:			None Avaliable

Source:
Device Path:			/dev/video0
Capture Method:			Video For Linux version 2
Device Format:			PAL
Device Channel:			GREY
Capture Width (pixels):		628
Capture Height (pixels):	582
Preserve Ratio:			<Unchecked>
Orientation:			Normal

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Post by bb99 » Mon Sep 20, 2010 10:26 am

Device channel should be 0, start with a grey scale Capture Palette and lower your width and height to 320*240 to avoid the shared memory issue. These values should get you a picture.

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Post by mastertheknife » Mon Sep 20, 2010 12:28 pm

Hi,

Here are the settings i use, these are basic settings that should work with almost any CCTV cameras with a BNC connector:

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Source: /dev/video0
Capture Method: Video for Linux Version 1
Device Channel: 0
Device Format: PAL\NTSC (depending on your camera)
Capture Palette: RGB24 or Grey (up to you)
Capture Width: use 320 for NTSC, 384 for PAL
Capture Height: use 240 for NTSC, 288 for PAL
Preserve aspect ratio: Ticked
Orientation: Normal
Keep in mind that using a higher resolution than 320x240 for NTSC or 384x288 for PAL might result in an interlaced image.

mastertheknife.

thaifas
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It doesn't work

Post by thaifas » Mon Sep 20, 2010 2:13 pm

None of both settings works.
Yesterday, I could get video from both cameras by clicking on 'probe' option, but after some minutes, I lost the connection and I couldn't reconnect them.

For these moments, in the ZM - Console, in the column 'Source' the path of the two cameras were shown in orange fonts, but now they are in red again, and when I click 'probe' appears the same error message.

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Post by redebeer » Tue Sep 21, 2010 2:17 pm

Hi check few things first... nr 1, look near top of web console, is zoneminder running or is it stopped?

What is the function of your current monitors : none,monitor,record...?

do a chmod 777 /dev/video* and restart zoneminder service...does this make monitors green/orange again

if i were you, remove old monitors, and create new ones, dont probe, just select from presets for bttv v4l1 or v4l2

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Post by mastertheknife » Tue Sep 21, 2010 5:03 pm

Don't use the probe, try the settings i posted above (or other safe settings) with function set to "Monitor" mode, and then please paste the errors to here, preferably using the code tags to make it look smaller and easier to read.
To view last 100 lines in your system log, execute

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tail -n100 /var/log/messages
Also, if you can, Please tell us what card you are using and please upload your bttv.conf file and this diagnostics:

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dmesg | grep bttv
mastertheknife.

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Post by thaifas » Tue Sep 21, 2010 6:57 pm

redebeer wrote:Hi check few things first... nr 1, look near top of web console, is zoneminder running or is it stopped?
You are a clever boy, dude!

I just realise about it; it was the problem; I clicked on it and now I get one camera working. I'm sorry for waste your time, but I still have said I was a beginner!

Without doing anything more, I could create a monitor wich works well in PAL - GREY and with the function mocord selected. The strange thing is that if I click in the probe option, I get the same message about it is not possible to connect with the cameras and the status is 127, but the line of the monitor remains in green and it works.

Now, the problem is I have two cameras connected to the multimedia card, but, when I create the second monitor, both of them show video from the second camera; I have to delete both ones and create one new again to show the stream of the first camera, because it's not possible to recover the stream of the first camera.

Another problem is that I only could get black and white strem, but I know the camera (and the card) are colour capables.
if i were you, remove old monitors, and create new ones, dont probe, just select from presets for bttv v4l1 or v4l2
None of both presets makes the monitors stay in green/orange; they remains in red; they only stay in green/orange if I choose a PAL format and GREY palette.

Must I still do "chmod 777 /dev/video0"?

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Post by thaifas » Tue Sep 21, 2010 7:36 pm

mastertheknife wrote:Don't use the probe, try the settings i posted above (or other safe settings) with function set to "Monitor" mode, and then please paste the errors to here, preferably using the code tags to make it look smaller and easier to read.
To view last 100 lines in your system log, execute

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tail -n100 /var/log/messages
Also, if you can, Please tell us what card you are using and please upload your bttv.conf file and this diagnostics:

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dmesg | grep bttv
mastertheknife.

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tail -n100 /var/log/messages:

Sep 21 21:17:03 Athlon-ZM zmdc[2600]: INF ['zma -m 6' started at 10/09/21 21:17:03]
Sep 21 21:17:03 Athlon-ZM zma_m6[2600]: INF [Debug Level = 0, Debug Log = <none>]
Sep 21 21:17:12 Athlon-ZM zmdc[1609]: INF [Command 'zmc -d /dev/video0' removed from pending list at 10/09/21 21:17:12]
Sep 21 21:17:12 Athlon-ZM zmdc[1609]: INF ['zmc -d /dev/video0' starting at 10/09/21 21:17:12, pid = 2610]
Sep 21 21:17:12 Athlon-ZM zmdc[2610]: INF ['zmc -d /dev/video0' started at 10/09/21 21:17:12]
Sep 21 21:17:12 Athlon-ZM zmc_dvideo0[2610]: INF [Debug Level = 0, Debug Log = <none>]
Sep 21 21:17:13 Athlon-ZM zmdc[1609]: INF [Starting pending process, zmc -d /dev/video0]
Sep 21 21:17:13 Athlon-ZM zmdc[1609]: INF ['zmc -d /dev/video0' starting at 10/09/21 21:17:13, pid = 2613]
Sep 21 21:17:13 Athlon-ZM zmdc[1609]: INF [Starting pending process, zma -m 6]
Sep 21 21:17:13 Athlon-ZM zmdc[2614]: INF ['zma -m 6' started at 10/09/21 21:17:13]
Sep 21 21:17:13 Athlon-ZM zmdc[1609]: INF ['zma -m 6' starting at 10/09/21 21:17:13, pid = 2614]
Sep 21 21:17:13 Athlon-ZM zmdc[2613]: INF ['zmc -d /dev/video0' started at 10/09/21 21:17:13]
Sep 21 21:17:13 Athlon-ZM zmc_dvideo0[2613]: INF [Debug Level = 0, Debug Log = <none>]
Sep 21 21:17:13 Athlon-ZM zma_m6[2614]: INF [Debug Level = 0, Debug Log = <none>]
Sep 21 21:17:13 Athlon-ZM zmdc[1609]: INF [Command 'zma -m 6' removed from pending list at 10/09/21 21:17:13]
Sep 21 21:17:14 Athlon-ZM zmdc[1609]: INF ['zma -m 6' starting at 10/09/21 21:17:14, pid = 2618]
Sep 21 21:17:14 Athlon-ZM zmdc[2618]: INF ['zma -m 6' started at 10/09/21 21:17:14]
Sep 21 21:17:14 Athlon-ZM zma_m6[2618]: INF [Debug Level = 0, Debug Log = <none>]
Sep 21 21:17:14 Athlon-ZM zmdc[1609]: INF [Starting pending process, zma -m 6]
Sep 21 21:17:14 Athlon-ZM zmdc[1609]: INF ['zma -m 6' starting at 10/09/21 21:17:14, pid = 2620]
Sep 21 21:17:14 Athlon-ZM zmdc[2620]: INF ['zma -m 6' started at 10/09/21 21:17:14]
Sep 21 21:17:14 Athlon-ZM zma_m6[2620]: INF [Debug Level = 0, Debug Log = <none>]
Sep 21 21:17:18 Athlon-ZM zmdc[1609]: INF [Starting pending process, zmc -d /dev/video0]
Sep 21 21:17:18 Athlon-ZM zmdc[1609]: INF ['zmc -d /dev/video0' starting at 10/09/21 21:17:18, pid = 2621]
Sep 21 21:17:18 Athlon-ZM zmdc[2621]: INF ['zmc -d /dev/video0' started at 10/09/21 21:17:18]
Sep 21 21:17:18 Athlon-ZM zmc_dvideo0[2621]: INF [Debug Level = 0, Debug Log = <none>]
Sep 21 21:17:19 Athlon-ZM zmdc[1609]: INF [Starting pending process, zma -m 6]
Sep 21 21:17:19 Athlon-ZM zmdc[1609]: INF ['zma -m 6' starting at 10/09/21 21:17:19, pid = 2622]
Sep 21 21:17:19 Athlon-ZM zmdc[2622]: INF ['zma -m 6' started at 10/09/21 21:17:19]
Sep 21 21:17:19 Athlon-ZM zma_m6[2622]: INF [Debug Level = 0, Debug Log = <none>]
Sep 21 21:17:28 Athlon-ZM zmdc[1609]: INF [Starting pending process, zmc -d /dev/video0]
Sep 21 21:17:28 Athlon-ZM zmdc[1609]: INF ['zmc -d /dev/video0' starting at 10/09/21 21:17:28, pid = 2623]
Sep 21 21:17:28 Athlon-ZM zmdc[2623]: INF ['zmc -d /dev/video0' started at 10/09/21 21:17:28]
Sep 21 21:17:28 Athlon-ZM zmc_dvideo0[2623]: INF [Debug Level = 0, Debug Log = <none>]
Sep 21 21:17:29 Athlon-ZM zmdc[1609]: INF [Starting pending process, zma -m 6]
Sep 21 21:17:29 Athlon-ZM zmdc[1609]: INF ['zma -m 6' starting at 10/09/21 21:17:29, pid = 2624]
Sep 21 21:17:29 Athlon-ZM zmdc[2624]: INF ['zma -m 6' started at 10/09/21 21:17:29]
Sep 21 21:17:29 Athlon-ZM zma_m6[2624]: INF [Debug Level = 0, Debug Log = <none>]
Sep 21 21:17:39 Athlon-ZM zmdc[1609]: INF [Command 'zmc -d /dev/video0' removed from pending list at 10/09/21 21:17:39]
Sep 21 21:17:40 Athlon-ZM zmdc[1609]: INF ['zmc -d /dev/video0' starting at 10/09/21 21:17:40, pid = 2636]
Sep 21 21:17:40 Athlon-ZM zmdc[2636]: INF ['zmc -d /dev/video0' started at 10/09/21 21:17:40]
Sep 21 21:17:40 Athlon-ZM zmc_dvideo0[2636]: INF [Debug Level = 0, Debug Log = <none>]
Sep 21 21:17:40 Athlon-ZM zmdc[1609]: INF [Starting pending process, zmc -d /dev/video0]
Sep 21 21:17:40 Athlon-ZM zmdc[1609]: INF ['zmc -d /dev/video0' starting at 10/09/21 21:17:40, pid = 2639]
Sep 21 21:17:40 Athlon-ZM zmdc[2639]: INF ['zmc -d /dev/video0' started at 10/09/21 21:17:40]
Sep 21 21:17:40 Athlon-ZM zmc_dvideo0[2639]: INF [Debug Level = 0, Debug Log = <none>]
Sep 21 21:17:40 Athlon-ZM zmdc[1609]: INF [Command 'zma -m 6' removed from pending list at 10/09/21 21:17:40]
Sep 21 21:17:41 Athlon-ZM zmdc[1609]: INF ['zma -m 6' starting at 10/09/21 21:17:41, pid = 2642]
Sep 21 21:17:41 Athlon-ZM zmdc[2642]: INF ['zma -m 6' started at 10/09/21 21:17:41]
Sep 21 21:17:41 Athlon-ZM zma_m6[2642]: INF [Debug Level = 0, Debug Log = <none>]
Sep 21 21:17:41 Athlon-ZM zmdc[1609]: INF [Starting pending process, zma -m 6]
Sep 21 21:17:41 Athlon-ZM zmdc[1609]: INF ['zma -m 6' starting at 10/09/21 21:17:41, pid = 2644]
Sep 21 21:17:41 Athlon-ZM zmdc[2644]: INF ['zma -m 6' started at 10/09/21 21:17:41]
Sep 21 21:17:41 Athlon-ZM zma_m6[2644]: INF [Debug Level = 0, Debug Log = <none>]
Sep 21 21:17:45 Athlon-ZM zmdc[1609]: INF [Starting pending process, zmc -d /dev/video0]
Sep 21 21:17:45 Athlon-ZM zmdc[1609]: INF ['zmc -d /dev/video0' starting at 10/09/21 21:17:45, pid = 2645]
Sep 21 21:17:45 Athlon-ZM zmdc[2645]: INF ['zmc -d /dev/video0' started at 10/09/21 21:17:45]
Sep 21 21:17:45 Athlon-ZM zmc_dvideo0[2645]: INF [Debug Level = 0, Debug Log = <none>]
Sep 21 21:17:46 Athlon-ZM zmdc[1609]: INF [Starting pending process, zma -m 6]
Sep 21 21:17:46 Athlon-ZM zmdc[1609]: INF ['zma -m 6' starting at 10/09/21 21:17:46, pid = 2646]
Sep 21 21:17:46 Athlon-ZM zmdc[2646]: INF ['zma -m 6' started at 10/09/21 21:17:46]
Sep 21 21:17:46 Athlon-ZM zma_m6[2646]: INF [Debug Level = 0, Debug Log = <none>]
Sep 21 21:17:55 Athlon-ZM zmdc[1609]: INF [Starting pending process, zmc -d /dev/video0]
Sep 21 21:17:55 Athlon-ZM zmdc[1609]: INF ['zmc -d /dev/video0' starting at 10/09/21 21:17:55, pid = 2647]
Sep 21 21:17:55 Athlon-ZM zmdc[2647]: INF ['zmc -d /dev/video0' started at 10/09/21 21:17:55]
Sep 21 21:17:55 Athlon-ZM zmc_dvideo0[2647]: INF [Debug Level = 0, Debug Log = <none>]
Sep 21 21:17:56 Athlon-ZM zmdc[1609]: INF [Starting pending process, zma -m 6]
Sep 21 21:17:56 Athlon-ZM zmdc[1609]: INF ['zma -m 6' starting at 10/09/21 21:17:56, pid = 2650]
Sep 21 21:17:56 Athlon-ZM zmdc[2650]: INF ['zma -m 6' started at 10/09/21 21:17:56]
Sep 21 21:17:56 Athlon-ZM zma_m6[2650]: INF [Debug Level = 0, Debug Log = <none>]
Sep 21 21:18:15 Athlon-ZM zmdc[1609]: INF [Starting pending process, zmc -d /dev/video0]
Sep 21 21:18:15 Athlon-ZM zmdc[1609]: INF ['zmc -d /dev/video0' starting at 10/09/21 21:18:15, pid = 2663]
Sep 21 21:18:15 Athlon-ZM zmdc[2663]: INF ['zmc -d /dev/video0' started at 10/09/21 21:18:15]
Sep 21 21:18:15 Athlon-ZM zmc_dvideo0[2663]: INF [Debug Level = 0, Debug Log = <none>]
Sep 21 21:18:16 Athlon-ZM zmdc[1609]: INF [Starting pending process, zma -m 6]
Sep 21 21:18:16 Athlon-ZM zmdc[1609]: INF ['zma -m 6' starting at 10/09/21 21:18:16, pid = 2664]
Sep 21 21:18:16 Athlon-ZM zmdc[2664]: INF ['zma -m 6' started at 10/09/21 21:18:16]
Sep 21 21:18:16 Athlon-ZM zma_m6[2664]: INF [Debug Level = 0, Debug Log = <none>]
Sep 21 21:18:32 Athlon-ZM zmdc[1609]: INF [Command 'zmc -d /dev/video0' removed from pending list at 10/09/21 21:18:32]
Sep 21 21:18:32 Athlon-ZM zmdc[1609]: INF ['zmc -d /dev/video0' starting at 10/09/21 21:18:32, pid = 2678]
Sep 21 21:18:32 Athlon-ZM zmdc[2678]: INF ['zmc -d /dev/video0' started at 10/09/21 21:18:32]
Sep 21 21:18:32 Athlon-ZM zmc_dvideo0[2678]: INF [Debug Level = 0, Debug Log = <none>]
Sep 21 21:18:32 Athlon-ZM zmc_dvideo0[2678]: INF [Starting Capture]
Sep 21 21:18:32 Athlon-ZM zmdc[1609]: INF [Command 'zma -m 6' removed from pending list at 10/09/21 21:18:32]
Sep 21 21:18:33 Athlon-ZM zmdc[1609]: INF ['zma -m 6' starting at 10/09/21 21:18:33, pid = 2684]
Sep 21 21:18:33 Athlon-ZM zmdc[2684]: INF ['zma -m 6' started at 10/09/21 21:18:33]
Sep 21 21:18:33 Athlon-ZM zma_m6[2684]: INF [Debug Level = 0, Debug Log = <none>]
Sep 21 21:18:33 Athlon-ZM zma_m6[2684]: INF [In mode 3/1, warming up]
Sep 21 21:18:39 Athlon-ZM zms[2699]: INF [Debug Level = 0, Debug Log = <none>]
Sep 21 21:18:50 Athlon-ZM zms[2699]: INF [Got signal 15 (Terminated), exiting]
Sep 21 21:21:53 Athlon-ZM zmc_dvideo0[2678]: INF [Roja: 1000 - Capturing at 4.98 fps]
Sep 21 21:21:53 Athlon-ZM zma_m6[2684]: INF [Roja: 1000 - Processing at 5.00 fps]
Sep 21 21:25:13 Athlon-ZM zmc_dvideo0[2678]: INF [Roja: 2000 - Capturing at 5.00 fps]
Sep 21 21:25:14 Athlon-ZM zma_m6[2684]: INF [Roja: 2000 - Processing at 4.98 fps]
Sep 21 21:28:34 Athlon-ZM zmc_dvideo0[2678]: INF [Roja: 3000 - Capturing at 4.98 fps]
Sep 21 21:28:35 Athlon-ZM zma_m6[2684]: INF [Roja: 3000 - Processing at 4.98 fps]
Sep 21 21:28:49 Athlon-ZM zmdc[1609]: INF ['zmc -d /dev/video0' already running at 10/09/21 21:18:32, pid = 2678]
Sep 21 21:28:50 Athlon-ZM zmdc[1609]: INF ['zma -m 6' stopping at 10/09/21 21:28:50]
Sep 21 21:28:50 Athlon-ZM zma_m6[2684]: INF [Got signal 15 (Terminated), exiting]
Sep 21 21:28:50 Athlon-ZM zmdc[1609]: INF ['zma -m 6' exited normally]

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dmesg | grep bttv:

[   18.552762] bttv: driver version 0.9.18 loaded
[   18.552767] bttv: using 8 buffers with 2080k (520 pages) each for capture
[   18.554213] bttv: Bt8xx card found (0).
[   18.554265] bttv 0000:00:0d.0: PCI INT A -> GSI 17 (level, low) -> IRQ 17
[   18.554281] bttv0: Bt878 (rev 17) at 0000:00:0d.0, irq: 17, latency: 32, mmio: 0xcdcfe000
[   18.554326] bttv0: using: GrandTec Multi Capture Card (Bt878) [card=77,insmod option]
[   18.554331] IRQ 17/bttv0: IRQF_DISABLED is not guaranteed on shared IRQs
[   18.554385] bttv0: gpio: en=00000000, out=00000000 in=00f37fff [init]
[   18.554620] bttv0: tuner absent
[   18.554623] bttv0: the autoload option is obsolete.
[   18.554625] bttv0: use option msp3400, tda7432 or tvaudio to
[   18.554628] bttv0: override which audio module should be used.
[   18.554860] bttv0: registered device video0
[   18.555058] bttv0: registered device vbi0
[   18.555079] bttv0: PLL: 28636363 => 35468950 .. ok

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Post by mastertheknife » Tue Sep 21, 2010 7:56 pm

Your ZM seems messed up, its trying to start daemons that are already started. Its possible that you have conflicting monitors, have you tried deleting all monitors, and then creating them back one by one. ?

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