I have used this binding with great success on an Intel NUC with plenty of horsepower. Now I am looking to get the binding working with two cameras and a RaspberryPi 3 B. Everything works fine until the Pi begins to generate a GIF after a motion alarm. The system appears to run out of resources while the GIF is being created. As soon as the GIF creation process finishes, the Pi comes back to life. So I wonder - do I have things mis-configured, and FFMPEG is working overtime? Is this normal?
I would be perfectly happy using a snapshot instead of a GIF (I am using Pushover to send an image to my iOS device so I can see what generated the motion alarm), but Pushover is looking for a file location for the snapshot image, and I am not sure where on the file system the snapshots are stored. GIF would be better, but snapshot would be fine as well.
If anyone has any ideas of where to start, I would very much appreciate it.