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In an earlier post, Raspberry Pi-Powered Dashboard Video Camera Using Motion and FFmpeg, I discussed the use of the Raspberry Pi, combined with a webcam, Motion, and FFmpeg, to create a low-cost dashboard video camera.

Like many, I find one the big challenges with the Raspberry Pi, is how to connect and interact with it.

In fact, online streams and TVs are all stream, additionally, webcam output is could be considered stream or to be exact the output of webcam is stream as well.

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I chose the TP-LINK TL-WR702N Wireless N150 Travel Router, sold by Amazon.

The TP-LINK router, described as ‘nano size’, measures only 2.2 inches square by 0.7 inches wide.

It has several modes of operation, including as a router, access point, client, bridge, or repeater.

It operates at wireless speeds up to 150Mpbs and is compatible with IEEE 802.11b/g/n networks.

To get prevent Motion from starting up without a webcam connected, I’ve added a simple function to the Motion startup script.

When the system calls Motion on startup, the new function checks if a webcam is connected.

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This code calls the new function when Motion’s ‘start’ command is executed.

If no webcam is found, the Motion script exits without starting.

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