- Type: String
- Range / Valid values: Max 4095 characters
- Default: Not defined
- Group: Script Execution
Command to be executed when an ffmpeg movie is closed at the end of an event. You can use Conversion Specifiers
and spaces as part of the command. Use %f for passing filename (with full path) to the command., Command to be executed when an ffmpeg movie is closed at the end of an event. You can use Conversion Specifiers
and spaces as part of the command. Use %f for passing filename (with full path) to the command.
Full path name of the program/script.
This can be any type of program or script. Remember to set the execution bit in the ACL and if it is a script type program such as perl or bash also remember the shebang line (e.g. #!/user/bin/perl) as the first line of the script.
The command is run when an event is over. I.e. the number of seconds defined by the time 'gap' has passed since the last detection of motion and motion closes the mpeg file.
This option was previously called onffmpegclose.
To include the path name of the picture in the command line, you can use the conversion specifier %f to insert the picture filename (full path) anywhere in the command.
Most common conversion specifiers
- %Y = year, %m = month, %d = date
- %H = hour, %M = minute, %S = second
- %v = event
- %q = frame number
- %t = thread (camera) number
- %D = changed pixels
- %N = noise level
- %i and %J = width and height of motion area
- %K and %L = X and Y coordinates of motion center
- %C = value defined by text_event
- %f = filename with full path
- %n = number indicating filetype