The DM365 HD H.264 IPCAM demo is ready for Leopardboard platform, it is based on Leopardboard 365 + 5M Camera board LI-5M03, you can download the binary files from this link: https://www.leopardimaging.com/Download.html
You can follow the instruction to flash your Leopardboard 365 to get High Difintion H.264 IP Streaming video through IE browser.
Just kindly remind that this is IP protected software package, if you need the source code, you may need to purchase it directly from Appro. Here we only provide binary files only for evaluation purpose.
I'm getting the following error when booting the demo...
What should I do?
RAMDISK: Compressed image found at block 0
RAMDISK: incomplete write (-28 != 32768) 33554432
RAMDISK: ran out of compressed data
invalid compressed format (err=1)
VFS: Mounted root (ext2 filesystem).
Freeing init memory: 184K
Kernel panic - not syncing: No init found. Try passing init= option to kernel.
Same thing when trying to set up the commands in the bootloader as explained in readme_ipnc.txt
It is likely that the Nand Flash at 80700000 hasn't loaded the complete ramdisk. Load it at 82000000 should help. Just try the following when loading the ramdisk:
> tftpboot 82000000 ramdisk_ipnc_dm365.gz
> nand erase 10000000 b00000
> nand write 82000000 1000000 b00000
I was using the SD card Flash writer so that was the reason it did not work (why?).
Now by following the instructions and using TFTP, it's OK.
OK and to everybody: please use "saveenv" to save all the variables you have just set!
Any idea on how to read the video stream on the computer?
I was able to open the page in IE/Firefox by typing the IP address but no image is appearing (need ActiveX codec). Same when trying to access directly the stream using rtsp://192.168.1.123/mpeg4 for example...
Normally after typing the IP address, the IE would first ask for username and password and then ask whether to install and run the Active X automatically but some browser settings or add-ons may stop the process. Could you double check your browser and router settings?
As I know, this only can be ran through IE, not Firefox browser. When you first time run this device, don't bypass ActiveX installation, or you won't get any video display. Try to change to different PC to see if it still has the same issue.
I am trying to run this demo on a DM368 Leopard board. I have carefully followed all the instructions but the demo fails with the following message:
I am not seeing the RAMDISK errors that gentlemich saw nor any other obvious errors in the boot log.
Has anyone else successfully run this demo using the DM368?
Have downloaded the "ramdisk_ipnc_dm365.gz" file twice, diffed the binaries (identical), and can not open the archive. I get "Not in gzip format" error
hello!! does this demo work on the 368? I am getting the dame issue as robotman.