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Please List your Camera brand here if you got it working

MrMilu 4 years ago in Media Tiles / Video Camera Feeds updated by John Peterson 3 days ago 118

Since the rtsp support seems to be on hold for now I had to return the second camera I ordered on Amazon. But I managed to make one of my old camera work.


PLEASE list the exact brand for your camera here if you can confirm it works for you. This will help others with the new purchases.


Please list the http mask (URL format) you used.


Amazon purchase link also very much appreciated.


Feel free to add sreenshots to your camera tile too.

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Rotate through list of images or feeds in 1 Media Tile

MichaelB 3 years ago in Media Tiles / Images updated by Jeff315 4 days ago 1

Media tile that can be configured with two or more URL’s such that the tile rotates among the multiple images every ‘n’ seconds. Would enable rotating among multiple video cameras on a single tile, or rotating between video camera and weather images, for example. 

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show portion of a website as a tiles

Alllfff 2 months ago in Media Tiles / Website Views updated by Dan B 1 week ago 2

I would like to show a portion of a website as a tile. The location of this content will be always in the same place of the website. 
If possible I would like it to refresh every minutes or so

The website is to be logged in to see the content, but I don't mind letting the tablet or whatever to remember my login.

Use: I would like to show current Solar production, this stat is shown in my solar portal dashboard.

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Share your favorite Weather Media Tiles?

Den 5 years ago in Media Tiles / Weather & Traffic updated by Jeremy78 3 weeks ago 179



This national weather radar is so far my most useful Media Tile. I configured it for 3x2 tile size. Someday I intend to have a front door camera Media Tile.

Answer
  • If the image in a Post has been placed with a full URL link to the original; just right-click and choose "Copy image address."
  • There might be enough clues in the address to find the source website so you can find variations, such as local weather.
  • When posting, if you used the "<>" (HTML edit feature) to surround the URL of the image source with <pre> and </pre>, then the URL will be show in text instead of the image ... or try the "Code" Formatting option (under the paragraph symbol ¶).

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Ring Pro (doorbell camera)

dennybono 5 years ago in Media Tiles / Video Camera Feeds updated by Deepster 3 weeks ago 33

Im looking into getting a Ring Pro doorbell but would I be able to add the live feed into action tiles?


Thanks!

Denny

Answer

Unfortunately, to the best of my knowledge, the Ring Pro uses a closed video feed locked to their cloud, and thus it cannot be accessed by ActionTiles.


Here's a reddit that discusses the issue:

But more up to date; SmartThings Community Topic:

We recommend that customers encourage their camera providers to provide video feeds in standard LAN (local area network) accessible formats.

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Severe weather alert tile

dbnewell 3 years ago in Media Tiles / Weather & Traffic updated by deputysheriff2 1 month ago 11

Is there a way to build a severe weather tile that uses the smart weather station data from my ST hub?

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I created a Sunrise/Sunset Tile!

Kris L 3 years ago in Media Tiles / Weather & Traffic updated by Michael Erickson 2 months ago 11

I'm sharing this for others to use!

Use this Media Still Image URL:

https://sunsettile.app/sunset?lat=38.7535121&long=-120.5807933&bgcolor=3b3749&fgcolor=ffffff&size=3x2

Use the base URL https://sunsettile.app/sunset for sunset and https://sunsettile.app/sunrise for sunrise

Required parameters: 

lat (latitude)

long (longitude)

bgcolor (background color  - hex color without #)

fgcolor (foreground color - hex color without #)

Optional parameter:

timeformat=24 (For 24 hour time)

Please set the refresh time to at least every 12 hours (43200 seconds) to be nice to my server.

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tinyCam Pro Android App web server: Stream RTSP and Wyze Cam to ActionTiles!

Geewiz 4 years ago in Media Tiles / Video Camera Feeds updated by Matt Pierson 3 months ago 144

After attempting to stream using Blue Iris (CPU on the server went through the roof), and not having any success using some of the other methods found here on the forum, I decided to give tinyCam a try.   


There was another post that made a passing reference to the tinyCam webserver, so I installed the app on my Nexus 9, setup webserver and am now able to stream one of my outside security cams to a media tile.




Here's the media setup panel...




The problem I'm having is that I can't seem to address any of the other three cameras.  There is supposedly a parameter to select a camera, but it's not working for me.   Here's the request parameters from the Tinycam webserver API...


Perhaps there are others using tinyCam Pro Webserver that might share their experiences...

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Demo / Tutorial Videos:


Our friend at TaylorTech (vlog) has added 2 YouTube tutorial/demo videos for this Topic:

Part 1:

Part 2:


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FIXED: See Answer for details! What happened to jggdev.com Weather & News for Media Tiles?

949BFN 4 years ago in Media Tiles / Weather & Traffic updated by Ilias Konstantinidis 4 months ago 36

Any idea what happened to this website? The weather forecast url for AT worked very well, but it disappeared a few days ago.


The website displays a notice 

Briefly unavailable for scheduled maintenance. Check back in a minute.

Answer

Thanks to everyone for your validation of this migration of @jggdev's tools to ActionTiles's Cloud in Beta mode!!!

But even bigger, super, thanks to John (@jggdev) for his creative and innovative development of this, sharing it with ActionTiles's customers over the past several months, and now licensing it to Thingterfaces LP, the makers of ActionTiles.


We caught and fixed a couple bugs and noted your comments for possible future tweaks, and perhaps eventual new features.

While we might do a "bulk migration" of all the existing http://jggdev.com/* Media Objects in our database, you are now welcome and encouraged to self-migrate.


Please note that stability is not guaranteed. This is a "bonus feature" of ActionTiles. All usage is subject to ActionTiles's Terms of Service as well as any terms associated with the original scripts and/or JGG's website. ActionTiles takes no responsibility for the content provided. Please do not use copyright protected sources.


To migrate:

  1. Replace this portion of your Media Tile URLs: "http://jggdev.com/atiles/" with "https://mtg.actiontiles.com/"

To use:

  1. Instructions for the 3 different generators (weather, news, and calendar) and their optional parameters, currently still reside at: http://jggdev.com  ; but will be moved soon to an ActionTiles KB Article on http://support.actiontiles.com

  2. Please set the Still Image Media Tile "Refresh Rate" to greater than 900 seconds; preferably 3600 seconds or more (1 hour).

Example:

image


Please do not use the Beta URL anymore - unless invited. We may disable the beta server at anytime.

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mjpg stream not showing

Roger S 4 months ago in Media Tiles / Video Camera Feeds updated by Alex (ActionTiles) (Co-Founder) 4 months ago 3

Dear All,
Having failed to get tinycam pro to stream cctv to a mediatile, I thought I'd try iCatcher Console (www.icode.co.uk). This is a cctv software with webserver. I can successfully open a browser page to a static jpg image of a stream from the iCatcher webserver, as follows :-

http://192.168.xxx.xxx/image.jpg?feed={1D276D4B-D259-40A4-BE20-6BFB2D580B3C}&quality=50&uniq=1621166943410/image.jpg


however, using this link within a mediatile gives no result, just says invalid url.  I have tried this with & without passing the user/password parameters. Any ideas please?

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Swann NVR camera feeds using VLC to transcode.

edmond 2 years ago in Media Tiles / Video Camera Feeds updated 5 months ago 7

i have a swann nvr8000 with 4 4k cameras and 2 4mp ptz's running on onvif on the nvr, 6 channels in all. im using vlc to transcode the 6 rstp channels from the nvr into an http mjpeg feed, ive added the transcoded feeds to my media in actiontiles, but im only able to see the feeds in windows running firefox, no other browser and os seems to pull up the feeds on the tiles, which is a real bummer because i had a fire hd10 ready to wall mount, now it looks like i need to go with a windows based wall tablet. ive read through a bunch of posts regarding the user:pass part of the rstp url causing problems with various browsers, but does that still apply if im letting vlc handle the rstp url and im using the http that vlc spits out. if anyone has any suggestions or troubleshooting ideas, id love to sort it out.

here are some technical details for anyone interested in the nvr configuration

swann nvr8000 rstp format is rtsp://192.168.1.199:1085/Streaming/Channels/102 (change ip and port to match yours.102 is channel 1 (02) substream 101 for channel 1 (01) mainstream. 201, 202 and so forth.

the code to transcode in vlc commad promp is below (replace bold sections with your details)

vlc.exe -R rtsp://user:pass@192.168.1.199:1085/Streaming/Channels/102 --sout "#transcode{vcodec=mjpg,vb=2500,scale=1.0,fps=10,acodec=none}:standard{access=http{mime=multipart/x-mixed-replace; boundary=7b3cc56e5f51db803f790dad720ed50a},mux=mpjpeg,dst=:8888/videostream.cgi}

the resulting http that vlc generates is http:// ip adress of device running vlc:8888/videostream.cgi

so mine was http://192.168.1.164:8888/videostream.cgi this is the url i input in my media for the tile

bonus points if you forward port 8888 and then use your ddns service if you want to use out of local network, i use dyndns and works great

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Connect 360Eye camera?

esalomo 3 years ago in Media Tiles / Video Camera Feeds updated by J C 5 months ago 11

Hi,

I remember seen in the past some thread about the Chinese cameras connection to action tiles but I'm unable to find it in the forum any longer for some reason... I found 2 like these in my attic and thought to try connect them to action tiles.

Anyone managed to connect these cheap cameras to action tiles?

The cameras are this ones that using the V380 mobile app to access them - one model is 360 Eye but there are many like this - https://www.bonanza.com/listings/Camera-Ip-Wireless-Cctv-Security-Wifi-Home-Hd-Night-Vision-720p-Network-1080p/570635208?goog_pla=1&gpid=76984451581&keyword=&goog_pla=1&pos=1o9&ad_type=pla&gclid=Cj0KCQjwzcbWBRDmARIsAM6uChUMDE5ZmrGMhNBFZHa_cXT0x-XZ_rgAJR-Wfy7-0oNq8-uDDO6CkXgaAhqTEALw_wcB

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Live IP Camera Feed into AT using RPi3B - WORKING!!!

adamph 3 years ago in Media Tiles / Video Camera Feeds updated by Eric S. 5 months ago 42

Hi All,


After many attempts to try and google the right URL, encoding login/pw into the URL, using RTSP vs. HTTP etc etc... I wanted to help others out by documenting what I did to finally get live feeds from my IP cameras into Action Tiles. 


This method is NOT FREE, and will probably cost you about ~$60-$75 for all of the materials to set up.

No coding experience required. This is primarily all configuration. 


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What I tried and why it didn't work:


1) My NVR only provides RTSP feeds and therefore no http url would work for me, either to the cameras directly or to the NVR. If you're in a similar situation, I would recommend going this route.


2) RTSP feeds used as the URL in ActionTiles will also not work, especially if you're using the recommended Fully browser. You would not be able to pass your authentication credentials in the RTSP url (Fully will not allow it).


3) TinyCam Pro worked for a bit, however the webserver kept crashing. As a standalone on low bandwidth profile, compression 50 in ActionTiles, and only streaming 2 cameras, TinyCam Pro was using almost 40-50% of my Fire HD7. I believe my Fire HD7 couldn't handle the load and therefore just kept crashing, causing a blank image on my tiles. I'm glad I at least tried this route, since that's what gave me the initial idea of a webserver approach.


4) I don't subscribe to 3rd party services such as Blue Iris, but from what I know now, I'd say in the long run this method I'm about to describe can replace that service.



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Basically we'll be taking the same approach as TinyCam Pro did, except running a similar Web Service approach on a separate device instead of the same device Action Tiles is running on.


Materials needed:

1) A Raspberry Pi (I used an RPi3 model B for mine)

2) RPi3 case and power adapter

3) MicroSD card that is at least 8 GB. I grabbed a Samsung Evo+ that was 32 GB off of Amazon for around ~$30

4) Your tablet running ActionTiles (I'm using a Fire HD7)


High Level Steps:

1) Set up our RPi with motionEyeOS.

2) Add your cameras into the motionEye software.

3) Grab the http stream url.

4) Add media tile using the stream url in Action Tiles.

5) Profit.


Step By Step Instructions:

1) Visit the github to grab motionEyeOS to be installed. Make sure you grab the right one for the particular Raspberry Pi version you have to play with.

https://github.com/ccrisan/motioneyeos/wiki/Installation


2) Follow the installation instructions to flash motionEyeOS on your microSD card.


3) Put your RPi in the case, HDMI to a monitor, plug to your network via ethernet, put your microSD card in and power your RPi on. 


4) Assuming their are no errors, the bootup text will provide the IP address for your RPi (You can change this later either when you log into the RPi or through your router settings). If everything boots up fine, you can safely go place your RPi somewhere, so long as its hooked up to the internet. We'll be doing everything remotely for now on.


5) After putting your RPi somewhere and powered back on, go back to your computer and enter in the RPi's IP address in your internet browser. This should bring you to MotionEye's login screen. Use admin with no pw as your initial login.


6) Now that you're in you can tweak stuff like turning on your RPi's wifi, changing the default pw, etc.


7) Start adding your cameras in. use the site AT recommends if you don't have access to your camera or NVR's manufacturer manuals. I did not embed credentials in my URL, there should be blanks provided for you to input login details when you add your cameras. 

https://www.ispyconnect.com/


8) Assuming you added them correctly, you should now see them displayed in the GUI. I only have 2 in mine since that's all I wanted to display in AT, but I'm sure you can add many more.


9) After adding your cameras, now grab the stream URL in the camera settings. This should be just the IP address to your RPi followed by the port assigned to each camera you added.


10) Within ActionTile (you can even test in a separate browser tab if you want) this should show up instantly.




I hope this helps anyone trying to do this same thing. Good Luck!



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Refresh on radar map

William Meringolo 6 months ago in Media Tiles / Weather & Traffic updated by Brian Diehl 5 months ago 1

I am not seeing this refresh

https://s.w-x.co/staticmaps/wu/wxtype/county_loc/clt/animate.png

should i have it set as a Gif with a refresh rate?

please help!!

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Using VLC transcode Video RTSP stream to MJPEG

Brent Thomas 4 years ago in Media Tiles / Video Camera Feeds updated by Dextro 6 months ago 18

I posted this for another user but though I would create a topic on how I was able to access my Samsung SNH-v6410PN camera feed in action tiles using VLC.  There are a lot of variations when setting this up so this is not comprehensive to cover every camera type but hopefully it gets you most of the way there.s


To do this through VLC with my Samsung camera I took the following steps.  Before proceeding identify the url for you cameras RTSP stream - Great database to find this: 


1. Make sure you can access your cameras RTSP stream from a browser.   In the case of my samsung camera I accessed the RTSP stream with this path, rtsp://user:password@192.168.1.72/profile5/media.smp (Make sure to replace with the RTSP format for your camera (it will vary).   Note:  If camera is user/password protected you may not be able to pass the user:password in the URL when trying to access the feed.   This depends on the browser you are using.  Chrome and fully do not allow them to passed so simply enter the URL as shown below and then you should be prompted for the user name and password.  Firefox should work ok with the user:pass being passed within the URL as shown above.


2. Install VLC (im using version 2.2.8) and access VLC command line. To do this from windows open up Windows CMD prompt as administrator and navigate to you VLC directory path below.  Note:  Some VLC versions are buggy with trans-coding so thats why I reference the version of VLC I am using to do this successfully.

C:\>cd Program Files (x86)

C:\Program Files (x86)>cd VideoLAN

C:\Program Files (x86)\VideoLAN>cd VLC

C:\Program Files (x86)\VideoLAN\VLC>


3. Once there enter the command string shown below and REPLACE the part highlighted in bold with your cameras RTSP stream link.  Note: you only need to enter the user:password part of the string if you have assigned the camera a user name and password logon.  Also replace the IP address with your IP address.    After you press enter if you dont receive any errors go to step 4.


vlc.exe -R rtsp://user:password@192.168.1.72/profile5/media.smp --sout

"#transcode{vcodec=mjpg,vb=2500,scale=1.0,fps=10,acodec=none}:standard{access=http{mime=multipart/x-mixed-replace; boundary=7b3cc56e5f51db803f790dad720ed50a},mux=mpjpeg,dst=:8888/videostream.cgi}


4.  Change the IP address below to the IP of the PC running VLC that is doing the transcoding.  Try to access the stream from a web browser or action tiles (only will work on your local network).    If camera is user/password protected you may not be able to pass the user:password in the URL when trying to access the feed, this depends on the browser you are using.  Chrome and fully do not allow them to passed so simply enter the URL as shown below and then you should be prompted for the user name and password. http://192.168.1.119:8888/videostream.cgi


5.  If all is successful grab yourself a Beer and celebrate :)


Hope this helps

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Images on media tiles are not loading on Google Chrome browser

sk108 1 year ago in Media Tiles / Images updated by Alex (ActionTiles) (Co-Founder) 7 months ago 28

Images on media tiles are not loading on Google Chrome browser on PC, however they load on the phone browser. When I try to edit those "Media" tiles, it says "Enter valid URL". Please note that the URL is valid and that media tile is showing correctly on the Android phone browser (Google Chrome). It is happening with all media tiles on the PC browser. It used to work fine till last week on PC as well as on phone. Please help, thanks in advance.

Answer

In a move for safer web, Chrome no longer allows to display images that are served over insecure HTTP. Chrome tries to upgrade connections to HTTPS, but if the server (or camera) is not able to respond, the image will not be loaded.

This is a major problem for ActionTiles users who often use Chrome and derivative browser to stream video on local network.

The ActionTiles mobile app is not currently affected by this issue. The app is available for free in Google Play and Amazon App stores:

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=app.actiontiles.android

https://www.amazon.com/ActionTiles-SmartThings-custom-dashboard-viewer/dp/B07LG7KJ9D

Some Chrome mobile users were able to make HTTP video streams work by turning off Safe Browsing. This option is available under kebab menu (top-right) > Settings > Privacy and Security > Safe Browsing > No Protection.

Please note that this comes with all the caveatsof reducing internet security.

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Add Public Webcam Feed

Chris W 1 year ago in Media Tiles / Video Camera Feeds updated by paulthbrit 7 months ago 3
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Option for still image Media to open streaming video upon zoom

Sgni 3 years ago in Media Tiles updated by JayUK 8 months ago 3

I'm pretty sure this has been discussed, but I couldn't find anything recent about it. So...

Has there ever been any more discussion about having the option to click a still image media tile and have it open the mjpg video feed when it enlarges? 

I assume the reasoning is obvious, but for me, it would be ideal if I could have the thing that's on all the time just be an occasionally refreshed still image, and then go 'live' when I click on it.

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Custom stock ticker tile (or any Google Sheets data)

Hank Scorpio 9 months ago in Media Tiles / Images updated by Chiri 8 months ago 1

I spent some time this week trying to figure out how to add stock data as a media tile and thought I'd share what I learned. There are a few steps involved and it's not as simple as I initially hoped, but it's also pretty flexible and could easily be expanded to other uses. Essentially, this can turn any Google Sheet into a media tile, so it can be used for much more than stock data.

Background


This started by wanting to display stock tickers as a media tile. I first came across a great post on being able to turning any json data into a badge, but this had the limitation of only being able to display one piece of data. I wanted to be able to display a few different tickers in one tile.

https://support.actiontiles.com/en/communities/12/topics/2707-live-traffic-travel-time-tile-image-from-query-text-using-shieldsio

(As an aside, Google provides instructions for getting JSON feeds from spreadsheet data: https://developers.google.com/gdata/samples/spreadsheet_sample)

I also came across this post explaining how to create a media tile from a stock chart, but that also wasn't quite what I wanted: https://support.actiontiles.com/en/communities/12/topics/3014-stock-ticker-tile

Part 1 - Create a public link to Google Sheets data


Example spreadsheet - https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1Id-49n-MnAG6MpzrI3WKAuXXaosg7WVR6PFBIhh8ryY/edit#gid=0

First create a spreadsheet that contains whatever information will be displayed in the tile and share it (File->Share) so it doesn't require a login to view. Then take the spreadsheet ID (the long string in that URL) and sheet ID (the part after gid=) from the link to that sheet and insert them into this link below. You can also specify a range of cells if you only want to use a portion of the sheet. (Reference)


https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/SpreadsheedID/pubhtml?single=true&gid=SheetID&range=D15:E15&widget=false&chrome=false&headers=false

For this example, the link is:

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1Id-49n-MnAG6MpzrI3WKAuXXaosg7WVR6PFBIhh8ryY/htmlembed?single=true&gid=0&range=A2:C5&widget=false&chrome=false&headers=false

This link can be used to create an iFrame tile under "My Shortcuts" in ActionTiles and you can stop here if that's all you need. The main shortcoming is that shortcut tiles don't auto update until you refresh the browser. You'll also need to adjust the width and height of the cells so that it fits well into the tile. 


If you want the tile to update without refreshing the browser and adjust its size automatically to fit the cell, then it needs to be turned into an image that can be used for a media tile which has a refresh rate.

Part 2a - create an image to be used as a media tiles

    This part requires running a couple command line tools on a Linux server. I have a Raspberry Pi set up that I use for this.

    The first tool is wkhtmltoimage which converts any webpage to an image. This supports creating svg, jpg, bmp, or png images. I found that svg is the best quality. The command is:


    wkhtmltoimage --crop-w 224 --crop-h 112 --height 1024 "$imgURL" $outFile.svg


    crop-w - the width of the spreadsheet range

    crop-h - the height of the spreadsheet range

    height - this just needs to be larger than crop-h. I found that the default value used was too small

    imgURL - the public link to the spreadsheet URL

    outFile - where the resulting image is stored

    Here is the command I use for this example which outputs the image in a file called stock_example.svg

    wkhtmltoimage --crop-w 224 --crop-h 112 --height 1024 "https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1Id-49n-MnAG6MpzrI3WKAuXXaosg7WVR6PFBIhh8ryY/htmlembed?single=true&gid=0&range=A2:C5&widget=false&chrome=false&headers=false" stock_example.svg

    Part 2b - Create a link to the image


    Now I use rclone to add the image to my Google Drive, but this also supports other services like Dropbox and Amazon Drive. (If you have your own web server, you could also just copy the file there and not worry about using rclone.) The command for rclone is:

    rclone copy <outFile> <driveName>:<folder>


    outFile - the path to the image that was created in the last step

    driveName - this should be the name of the drive you set up when configuring rclone

    folder - the name of the folder on my Google Drive where the image gets saved

    For this example (with a drive gdrive and folder ActionTiles) the command is:


    rclone copy stock_example.svg gdrive:ActionTiles


    Part 2c - Automatic updates


    Note: Here I explain how to share the image using Google Drive, but this could also be done with any service that rclone supports like Dropbox or Amazon Drive.


    The last step is to automate all of this so that the data is updated periodically. To do that, I put the wkhtmltoimage and rclone commands into a script called updateStocks.sh and then set up a cron job to run at the desired interval. Here's my cron entry which runs every 10 minutes while the market is open (9-4 Mon-Fri)

    */10 9-16 * * 1-5 /home/pi/actiontiles/updateStocks.sh

    Then in Google Drive, you need to share the image publicly and you'll get a link like this:


    https://drive.google.com/file/d/15bxoWJeH4fbyzUz9G44I72Tly4nE0fkt/view?usp=sharing


    The direct link to the image takes the below format, inserting the proper ID:

    https://drive.google.com/uc?id=IMG_ID

    So in this example the direct link to the image is:

    https://drive.google.com/uc?id=15bxoWJeH4fbyzUz9G44I72Tly4nE0fkt

    Then in ActionTiles, use that link for a media tile and set the refresh 600 seconds (or whatever refresh rate you prefer).

    Some final notes

    • One of the coolest parts of this is that any changes you make to the spreadsheet (values, colors, size, etc.) will automatically show up in ActionTiles. No extra steps are needed after the initial configuration.
    • The width and height of the cells in your spreadsheet should be modified so that they fit nicely in a tile
    • I also made the background color of my cells match the color used by the ActionTiles theme
    • When generating the .svg image, thin cell borders are added. I haven't found a way to get rid of this
    • wkhtmltoimage seems to cache the site. Sometimes it takes a few minutes after updating the spreadsheet before the image produced from this tool is updated

    If you made it this far, thanks for reading. Please comment if you have any questions or come up with other ideas of how to use Google Sheets to create interesting tiles!

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    Blue Iris MJPEG Video stream stops or locks up

    jwebstas 3 years ago in Media Tiles / Video Camera Feeds updated by TheLAD 9 months ago 30

    https://support.actiontiles.com/communities/12/topics/1438-video-stream-stops 

    Basically its the same thing thats is occuring in the topic above


    OS -  android

    Browser - Firefox 52

    Camera Feed - Blue iris Mjpg feed

     

    The feed works great for 5-8 hrs then it freezes on the panel, a refresh fixes it and it works again for another 5+