The weather is still fine (although take some extra clothes if you are planning to climb Puig de Campana as it does get cold at that extra height) and there are some amazing bargains to be had.How does 96/person for flight Forget June to September.

Enjoy an incredible flight of wonder over the mountains or Aspen Snowmass while enjoying the fresh air of the morning. Once you have landed enjoy a champagne brunch which consists of champagne and orange juice (sparkling cider available upon advanced request), in addition to fresh fruit, meat, cheese, crackers, pastries, bagels and yogurt.

The adventure concludes with a souvenir pin and a personalized flight certificate.

Most of the time it was a little cloudy but the rain held off.

Only once, at Sella, did we actually get caught by hail. I have had a recommendation for climbing in November/December.

This is the most spectacular flight in North America!

Stay Aspen Snowmass sells Hot Air Balloon rides so call us today.import time import sys import live555 import threading # Shows how to use live555 module to pull frames from an RTSP/RTP # source. = 5: print() print('Usage: python3 192.168.1.3 1 10 out.264') print() sys.exit(1) camera IP = sys.argv[1] channel = sys.argv[2] seconds = float(sys.argv[3]) file Out = sys.argv[4] url = 'rtsp://[email protected]%s/h264/Streaming/channels/%s' % (camera IP, channel) f Out = open(file Out, 'wb') def one Frame(codec Name, bytes, sec, usec, dur USec): print('frame for %s: %d bytes' % (codec Name, len(bytes))) f Out.write(b'

Stay Aspen Snowmass sells Hot Air Balloon rides so call us today.import time import sys import live555 import threading # Shows how to use live555 module to pull frames from an RTSP/RTP # source. = 5: print() print('Usage: python3 192.168.1.3 1 10 out.264') print() sys.exit(1) camera IP = sys.argv[1] channel = sys.argv[2] seconds = float(sys.argv[3]) file Out = sys.argv[4] url = 'rtsp://[email protected]%s/h264/Streaming/channels/%s' % (camera IP, channel) f Out = open(file Out, 'wb') def one Frame(codec Name, bytes, sec, usec, dur USec): print('frame for %s: %d bytes' % (codec Name, len(bytes))) f Out.write(b'

Stay Aspen Snowmass sells Hot Air Balloon rides so call us today.

import time import sys import live555 import threading # Shows how to use live555 module to pull frames from an RTSP/RTP # source. = 5: print() print('Usage: python3 192.168.1.3 1 10 out.264') print() sys.exit(1) camera IP = sys.argv[1] channel = sys.argv[2] seconds = float(sys.argv[3]) file Out = sys.argv[4] url = 'rtsp://[email protected]%s/h264/Streaming/channels/%s' % (camera IP, channel) f Out = open(file Out, 'wb') def one Frame(codec Name, bytes, sec, usec, dur USec): print('frame for %s: %d bytes' % (codec Name, len(bytes))) f Out.write(b'

Stay Aspen Snowmass sells Hot Air Balloon rides so call us today.import time import sys import live555 import threading # Shows how to use live555 module to pull frames from an RTSP/RTP # source. = 5: print() print('Usage: python3 192.168.1.3 1 10 out.264') print() sys.exit(1) camera IP = sys.argv[1] channel = sys.argv[2] seconds = float(sys.argv[3]) file Out = sys.argv[4] url = 'rtsp://[email protected]%s/h264/Streaming/channels/%s' % (camera IP, channel) f Out = open(file Out, 'wb') def one Frame(codec Name, bytes, sec, usec, dur USec): print('frame for %s: %d bytes' % (codec Name, len(bytes))) f Out.write(b'[[

Stay Aspen Snowmass sells Hot Air Balloon rides so call us today.import time import sys import live555 import threading # Shows how to use live555 module to pull frames from an RTSP/RTP # source. = 5: print() print('Usage: python3 192.168.1.3 1 10 out.264') print() sys.exit(1) camera IP = sys.argv[1] channel = sys.argv[2] seconds = float(sys.argv[3]) file Out = sys.argv[4] url = 'rtsp://[email protected]%s/h264/Streaming/channels/%s' % (camera IP, channel) f Out = open(file Out, 'wb') def one Frame(codec Name, bytes, sec, usec, dur USec): print('frame for %s: %d bytes' % (codec Name, len(bytes))) f Out.write(b'\0\0\0\1' bytes) # Starts pulling frames from the URL, with the provided callback: use TCP = False live555.start RTSP(url, one Frame, use TCP) # Run Live555's event loop in a background thread: t = threading.Thread(target=live555Event Loop, args=()) Daemon(True) t.start() end Time = time.time() seconds while time.time() How to configure and build the code on Unix (including Linux, Mac OS X, QNX, and other Posix-compliant systems) The source code package can be found (as a "gz" file) here.It really is best not to be caught in this as it brings very high winds, hail stones and torrential rain.Don't let me put you off from climbing in this month, I had a week this year and managed to climb every day.We monitor all power, HVAC, and fire-detection / suppression systems 24/7 using an automated application under the supervision of our local operations staff.

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Stay Aspen Snowmass sells Hot Air Balloon rides so call us today.

import time import sys import live555 import threading # Shows how to use live555 module to pull frames from an RTSP/RTP # source. = 5: print() print('Usage: python3 192.168.1.3 1 10 out.264') print() sys.exit(1) camera IP = sys.argv[1] channel = sys.argv[2] seconds = float(sys.argv[3]) file Out = sys.argv[4] url = 'rtsp://[email protected]%s/h264/Streaming/channels/%s' % (camera IP, channel) f Out = open(file Out, 'wb') def one Frame(codec Name, bytes, sec, usec, dur USec): print('frame for %s: %d bytes' % (codec Name, len(bytes))) f Out.write(b'\0\0\0\1' bytes) # Starts pulling frames from the URL, with the provided callback: use TCP = False live555.start RTSP(url, one Frame, use TCP) # Run Live555's event loop in a background thread: t = threading.

Thread(target=live555Event Loop, args=()) Daemon(True) t.start() end Time = time.time() seconds while time.time() How to configure and build the code on Unix (including Linux, Mac OS X, QNX, and other Posix-compliant systems) The source code package can be found (as a "gz" file) here.

It really is best not to be caught in this as it brings very high winds, hail stones and torrential rain.

Don't let me put you off from climbing in this month, I had a week this year and managed to climb every day.

We monitor all power, HVAC, and fire-detection / suppression systems 24/7 using an automated application under the supervision of our local operations staff.

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Stay Aspen Snowmass sells Hot Air Balloon rides so call us today.

import time import sys import live555 import threading # Shows how to use live555 module to pull frames from an RTSP/RTP # source. = 5: print() print('Usage: python3 192.168.1.3 1 10 out.264') print() sys.exit(1) camera IP = sys.argv[1] channel = sys.argv[2] seconds = float(sys.argv[3]) file Out = sys.argv[4] url = 'rtsp://[email protected]%s/h264/Streaming/channels/%s' % (camera IP, channel) f Out = open(file Out, 'wb') def one Frame(codec Name, bytes, sec, usec, dur USec): print('frame for %s: %d bytes' % (codec Name, len(bytes))) f Out.write(b'\0\0\0\1' bytes) # Starts pulling frames from the URL, with the provided callback: use TCP = False live555.start RTSP(url, one Frame, use TCP) # Run Live555's event loop in a background thread: t = threading.

Thread(target=live555Event Loop, args=()) Daemon(True) t.start() end Time = time.time() seconds while time.time() How to configure and build the code on Unix (including Linux, Mac OS X, QNX, and other Posix-compliant systems) The source code package can be found (as a "gz" file) here.

It really is best not to be caught in this as it brings very high winds, hail stones and torrential rain.

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Stay Aspen Snowmass sells Hot Air Balloon rides so call us today.import time import sys import live555 import threading # Shows how to use live555 module to pull frames from an RTSP/RTP # source. = 5: print() print('Usage: python3 192.168.1.3 1 10 out.264') print() sys.exit(1) camera IP = sys.argv[1] channel = sys.argv[2] seconds = float(sys.argv[3]) file Out = sys.argv[4] url = 'rtsp://[email protected]%s/h264/Streaming/channels/%s' % (camera IP, channel) f Out = open(file Out, 'wb') def one Frame(codec Name, bytes, sec, usec, dur USec): print('frame for %s: %d bytes' % (codec Name, len(bytes))) f Out.write(b'\0\0\0\1' bytes) # Starts pulling frames from the URL, with the provided callback: use TCP = False live555.start RTSP(url, one Frame, use TCP) # Run Live555's event loop in a background thread: t = threading.Thread(target=live555Event Loop, args=()) Daemon(True) t.start() end Time = time.time() seconds while time.time() How to configure and build the code on Unix (including Linux, Mac OS X, QNX, and other Posix-compliant systems) The source code package can be found (as a "gz" file) here.It really is best not to be caught in this as it brings very high winds, hail stones and torrential rain.Don't let me put you off from climbing in this month, I had a week this year and managed to climb every day.We monitor all power, HVAC, and fire-detection / suppression systems 24/7 using an automated application under the supervision of our local operations staff.

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Stay Aspen Snowmass sells Hot Air Balloon rides so call us today.

import time import sys import live555 import threading # Shows how to use live555 module to pull frames from an RTSP/RTP # source. = 5: print() print('Usage: python3 192.168.1.3 1 10 out.264') print() sys.exit(1) camera IP = sys.argv[1] channel = sys.argv[2] seconds = float(sys.argv[3]) file Out = sys.argv[4] url = 'rtsp://[email protected]%s/h264/Streaming/channels/%s' % (camera IP, channel) f Out = open(file Out, 'wb') def one Frame(codec Name, bytes, sec, usec, dur USec): print('frame for %s: %d bytes' % (codec Name, len(bytes))) f Out.write(b'\0\0\0\1' bytes) # Starts pulling frames from the URL, with the provided callback: use TCP = False live555.start RTSP(url, one Frame, use TCP) # Run Live555's event loop in a background thread: t = threading.

Thread(target=live555Event Loop, args=()) Daemon(True) t.start() end Time = time.time() seconds while time.time() How to configure and build the code on Unix (including Linux, Mac OS X, QNX, and other Posix-compliant systems) The source code package can be found (as a "gz" file) here.

It really is best not to be caught in this as it brings very high winds, hail stones and torrential rain.

Don't let me put you off from climbing in this month, I had a week this year and managed to climb every day.

We monitor all power, HVAC, and fire-detection / suppression systems 24/7 using an automated application under the supervision of our local operations staff.

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Stay Aspen Snowmass sells Hot Air Balloon rides so call us today.

import time import sys import live555 import threading # Shows how to use live555 module to pull frames from an RTSP/RTP # source. = 5: print() print('Usage: python3 192.168.1.3 1 10 out.264') print() sys.exit(1) camera IP = sys.argv[1] channel = sys.argv[2] seconds = float(sys.argv[3]) file Out = sys.argv[4] url = 'rtsp://[email protected]%s/h264/Streaming/channels/%s' % (camera IP, channel) f Out = open(file Out, 'wb') def one Frame(codec Name, bytes, sec, usec, dur USec): print('frame for %s: %d bytes' % (codec Name, len(bytes))) f Out.write(b'\0\0\0\1' bytes) # Starts pulling frames from the URL, with the provided callback: use TCP = False live555.start RTSP(url, one Frame, use TCP) # Run Live555's event loop in a background thread: t = threading.

Thread(target=live555Event Loop, args=()) Daemon(True) t.start() end Time = time.time() seconds while time.time() How to configure and build the code on Unix (including Linux, Mac OS X, QNX, and other Posix-compliant systems) The source code package can be found (as a "gz" file) here.

It really is best not to be caught in this as it brings very high winds, hail stones and torrential rain.

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Stay Aspen Snowmass sells Hot Air Balloon rides so call us today.import time import sys import live555 import threading # Shows how to use live555 module to pull frames from an RTSP/RTP # source. = 5: print() print('Usage: python3 192.168.1.3 1 10 out.264') print() sys.exit(1) camera IP = sys.argv[1] channel = sys.argv[2] seconds = float(sys.argv[3]) file Out = sys.argv[4] url = 'rtsp://[email protected]%s/h264/Streaming/channels/%s' % (camera IP, channel) f Out = open(file Out, 'wb') def one Frame(codec Name, bytes, sec, usec, dur USec): print('frame for %s: %d bytes' % (codec Name, len(bytes))) f Out.write(b'\0\0\0\1' bytes) # Starts pulling frames from the URL, with the provided callback: use TCP = False live555.start RTSP(url, one Frame, use TCP) # Run Live555's event loop in a background thread: t = threading.Thread(target=live555Event Loop, args=()) Daemon(True) t.start() end Time = time.time() seconds while time.time() How to configure and build the code on Unix (including Linux, Mac OS X, QNX, and other Posix-compliant systems) The source code package can be found (as a "gz" file) here.It really is best not to be caught in this as it brings very high winds, hail stones and torrential rain.Don't let me put you off from climbing in this month, I had a week this year and managed to climb every day.We monitor all power, HVAC, and fire-detection / suppression systems 24/7 using an automated application under the supervision of our local operations staff.

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Stay Aspen Snowmass sells Hot Air Balloon rides so call us today.

import time import sys import live555 import threading # Shows how to use live555 module to pull frames from an RTSP/RTP # source. = 5: print() print('Usage: python3 192.168.1.3 1 10 out.264') print() sys.exit(1) camera IP = sys.argv[1] channel = sys.argv[2] seconds = float(sys.argv[3]) file Out = sys.argv[4] url = 'rtsp://[email protected]%s/h264/Streaming/channels/%s' % (camera IP, channel) f Out = open(file Out, 'wb') def one Frame(codec Name, bytes, sec, usec, dur USec): print('frame for %s: %d bytes' % (codec Name, len(bytes))) f Out.write(b'\0\0\0\1' bytes) # Starts pulling frames from the URL, with the provided callback: use TCP = False live555.start RTSP(url, one Frame, use TCP) # Run Live555's event loop in a background thread: t = threading.

Thread(target=live555Event Loop, args=()) Daemon(True) t.start() end Time = time.time() seconds while time.time() How to configure and build the code on Unix (including Linux, Mac OS X, QNX, and other Posix-compliant systems) The source code package can be found (as a "gz" file) here.

It really is best not to be caught in this as it brings very high winds, hail stones and torrential rain.

Don't let me put you off from climbing in this month, I had a week this year and managed to climb every day.

We monitor all power, HVAC, and fire-detection / suppression systems 24/7 using an automated application under the supervision of our local operations staff.

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Stay Aspen Snowmass sells Hot Air Balloon rides so call us today.

import time import sys import live555 import threading # Shows how to use live555 module to pull frames from an RTSP/RTP # source. = 5: print() print('Usage: python3 192.168.1.3 1 10 out.264') print() sys.exit(1) camera IP = sys.argv[1] channel = sys.argv[2] seconds = float(sys.argv[3]) file Out = sys.argv[4] url = 'rtsp://[email protected]%s/h264/Streaming/channels/%s' % (camera IP, channel) f Out = open(file Out, 'wb') def one Frame(codec Name, bytes, sec, usec, dur USec): print('frame for %s: %d bytes' % (codec Name, len(bytes))) f Out.write(b'\0\0\0\1' bytes) # Starts pulling frames from the URL, with the provided callback: use TCP = False live555.start RTSP(url, one Frame, use TCP) # Run Live555's event loop in a background thread: t = threading.

Thread(target=live555Event Loop, args=()) Daemon(True) t.start() end Time = time.time() seconds while time.time() How to configure and build the code on Unix (including Linux, Mac OS X, QNX, and other Posix-compliant systems) The source code package can be found (as a "gz" file) here.

It really is best not to be caught in this as it brings very high winds, hail stones and torrential rain.

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Stay Aspen Snowmass sells Hot Air Balloon rides so call us today.import time import sys import live555 import threading # Shows how to use live555 module to pull frames from an RTSP/RTP # source. = 5: print() print('Usage: python3 192.168.1.3 1 10 out.264') print() sys.exit(1) camera IP = sys.argv[1] channel = sys.argv[2] seconds = float(sys.argv[3]) file Out = sys.argv[4] url = 'rtsp://[email protected]%s/h264/Streaming/channels/%s' % (camera IP, channel) f Out = open(file Out, 'wb') def one Frame(codec Name, bytes, sec, usec, dur USec): print('frame for %s: %d bytes' % (codec Name, len(bytes))) f Out.write(b'\0\0\0\1' bytes) # Starts pulling frames from the URL, with the provided callback: use TCP = False live555.start RTSP(url, one Frame, use TCP) # Run Live555's event loop in a background thread: t = threading.Thread(target=live555Event Loop, args=()) Daemon(True) t.start() end Time = time.time() seconds while time.time() How to configure and build the code on Unix (including Linux, Mac OS X, QNX, and other Posix-compliant systems) The source code package can be found (as a "gz" file) here.It really is best not to be caught in this as it brings very high winds, hail stones and torrential rain.Don't let me put you off from climbing in this month, I had a week this year and managed to climb every day.We monitor all power, HVAC, and fire-detection / suppression systems 24/7 using an automated application under the supervision of our local operations staff.

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Stay Aspen Snowmass sells Hot Air Balloon rides so call us today.

import time import sys import live555 import threading # Shows how to use live555 module to pull frames from an RTSP/RTP # source. = 5: print() print('Usage: python3 192.168.1.3 1 10 out.264') print() sys.exit(1) camera IP = sys.argv[1] channel = sys.argv[2] seconds = float(sys.argv[3]) file Out = sys.argv[4] url = 'rtsp://[email protected]%s/h264/Streaming/channels/%s' % (camera IP, channel) f Out = open(file Out, 'wb') def one Frame(codec Name, bytes, sec, usec, dur USec): print('frame for %s: %d bytes' % (codec Name, len(bytes))) f Out.write(b'\0\0\0\1' bytes) # Starts pulling frames from the URL, with the provided callback: use TCP = False live555.start RTSP(url, one Frame, use TCP) # Run Live555's event loop in a background thread: t = threading.

Thread(target=live555Event Loop, args=()) Daemon(True) t.start() end Time = time.time() seconds while time.time() How to configure and build the code on Unix (including Linux, Mac OS X, QNX, and other Posix-compliant systems) The source code package can be found (as a "gz" file) here.

It really is best not to be caught in this as it brings very high winds, hail stones and torrential rain.

Don't let me put you off from climbing in this month, I had a week this year and managed to climb every day.

We monitor all power, HVAC, and fire-detection / suppression systems 24/7 using an automated application under the supervision of our local operations staff.

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Stay Aspen Snowmass sells Hot Air Balloon rides so call us today.

import time import sys import live555 import threading # Shows how to use live555 module to pull frames from an RTSP/RTP # source. = 5: print() print('Usage: python3 192.168.1.3 1 10 out.264') print() sys.exit(1) camera IP = sys.argv[1] channel = sys.argv[2] seconds = float(sys.argv[3]) file Out = sys.argv[4] url = 'rtsp://[email protected]%s/h264/Streaming/channels/%s' % (camera IP, channel) f Out = open(file Out, 'wb') def one Frame(codec Name, bytes, sec, usec, dur USec): print('frame for %s: %d bytes' % (codec Name, len(bytes))) f Out.write(b'\0\0\0\1' bytes) # Starts pulling frames from the URL, with the provided callback: use TCP = False live555.start RTSP(url, one Frame, use TCP) # Run Live555's event loop in a background thread: t = threading.

Thread(target=live555Event Loop, args=()) Daemon(True) t.start() end Time = time.time() seconds while time.time() How to configure and build the code on Unix (including Linux, Mac OS X, QNX, and other Posix-compliant systems) The source code package can be found (as a "gz" file) here.

It really is best not to be caught in this as it brings very high winds, hail stones and torrential rain.

' bytes) # Starts pulling frames from the URL, with the provided callback: use TCP = False live555.start RTSP(url, one Frame, use TCP) # Run Live555's event loop in a background thread: t = threading.Thread(target=live555Event Loop, args=()) Daemon(True) t.start() end Time = time.time() seconds while time.time() How to configure and build the code on Unix (including Linux, Mac OS X, QNX, and other Posix-compliant systems) The source code package can be found (as a "gz" file) here.It really is best not to be caught in this as it brings very high winds, hail stones and torrential rain.Don't let me put you off from climbing in this month, I had a week this year and managed to climb every day.We monitor all power, HVAC, and fire-detection / suppression systems 24/7 using an automated application under the supervision of our local operations staff.

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Stay Aspen Snowmass sells Hot Air Balloon rides so call us today.import time import sys import live555 import threading # Shows how to use live555 module to pull frames from an RTSP/RTP # source. = 5: print() print('Usage: python3 192.168.1.3 1 10 out.264') print() sys.exit(1) camera IP = sys.argv[1] channel = sys.argv[2] seconds = float(sys.argv[3]) file Out = sys.argv[4] url = 'rtsp://[email protected]%s/h264/Streaming/channels/%s' % (camera IP, channel) f Out = open(file Out, 'wb') def one Frame(codec Name, bytes, sec, usec, dur USec): print('frame for %s: %d bytes' % (codec Name, len(bytes))) f Out.write(b'\0\0\0\1' bytes) # Starts pulling frames from the URL, with the provided callback: use TCP = False live555.start RTSP(url, one Frame, use TCP) # Run Live555's event loop in a background thread: t = threading.Thread(target=live555Event Loop, args=()) Daemon(True) t.start() end Time = time.time() seconds while time.time() How to configure and build the code on Unix (including Linux, Mac OS X, QNX, and other Posix-compliant systems) The source code package can be found (as a "gz" file) here.It really is best not to be caught in this as it brings very high winds, hail stones and torrential rain.Don't let me put you off from climbing in this month, I had a week this year and managed to climb every day.We monitor all power, HVAC, and fire-detection / suppression systems 24/7 using an automated application under the supervision of our local operations staff.

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Stay Aspen Snowmass sells Hot Air Balloon rides so call us today.

import time import sys import live555 import threading # Shows how to use live555 module to pull frames from an RTSP/RTP # source. = 5: print() print('Usage: python3 192.168.1.3 1 10 out.264') print() sys.exit(1) camera IP = sys.argv[1] channel = sys.argv[2] seconds = float(sys.argv[3]) file Out = sys.argv[4] url = 'rtsp://[email protected]%s/h264/Streaming/channels/%s' % (camera IP, channel) f Out = open(file Out, 'wb') def one Frame(codec Name, bytes, sec, usec, dur USec): print('frame for %s: %d bytes' % (codec Name, len(bytes))) f Out.write(b'\0\0\0\1' bytes) # Starts pulling frames from the URL, with the provided callback: use TCP = False live555.start RTSP(url, one Frame, use TCP) # Run Live555's event loop in a background thread: t = threading.

Thread(target=live555Event Loop, args=()) Daemon(True) t.start() end Time = time.time() seconds while time.time() How to configure and build the code on Unix (including Linux, Mac OS X, QNX, and other Posix-compliant systems) The source code package can be found (as a "gz" file) here.

It really is best not to be caught in this as it brings very high winds, hail stones and torrential rain.

Don't let me put you off from climbing in this month, I had a week this year and managed to climb every day.

We monitor all power, HVAC, and fire-detection / suppression systems 24/7 using an automated application under the supervision of our local operations staff.

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Stay Aspen Snowmass sells Hot Air Balloon rides so call us today.

import time import sys import live555 import threading # Shows how to use live555 module to pull frames from an RTSP/RTP # source. = 5: print() print('Usage: python3 192.168.1.3 1 10 out.264') print() sys.exit(1) camera IP = sys.argv[1] channel = sys.argv[2] seconds = float(sys.argv[3]) file Out = sys.argv[4] url = 'rtsp://[email protected]%s/h264/Streaming/channels/%s' % (camera IP, channel) f Out = open(file Out, 'wb') def one Frame(codec Name, bytes, sec, usec, dur USec): print('frame for %s: %d bytes' % (codec Name, len(bytes))) f Out.write(b'\0\0\0\1' bytes) # Starts pulling frames from the URL, with the provided callback: use TCP = False live555.start RTSP(url, one Frame, use TCP) # Run Live555's event loop in a background thread: t = threading.

Thread(target=live555Event Loop, args=()) Daemon(True) t.start() end Time = time.time() seconds while time.time() How to configure and build the code on Unix (including Linux, Mac OS X, QNX, and other Posix-compliant systems) The source code package can be found (as a "gz" file) here.

It really is best not to be caught in this as it brings very high winds, hail stones and torrential rain.

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Stay Aspen Snowmass sells Hot Air Balloon rides so call us today.import time import sys import live555 import threading # Shows how to use live555 module to pull frames from an RTSP/RTP # source. = 5: print() print('Usage: python3 192.168.1.3 1 10 out.264') print() sys.exit(1) camera IP = sys.argv[1] channel = sys.argv[2] seconds = float(sys.argv[3]) file Out = sys.argv[4] url = 'rtsp://[email protected]%s/h264/Streaming/channels/%s' % (camera IP, channel) f Out = open(file Out, 'wb') def one Frame(codec Name, bytes, sec, usec, dur USec): print('frame for %s: %d bytes' % (codec Name, len(bytes))) f Out.write(b'\0\0\0\1' bytes) # Starts pulling frames from the URL, with the provided callback: use TCP = False live555.start RTSP(url, one Frame, use TCP) # Run Live555's event loop in a background thread: t = threading.Thread(target=live555Event Loop, args=()) Daemon(True) t.start() end Time = time.time() seconds while time.time() How to configure and build the code on Unix (including Linux, Mac OS X, QNX, and other Posix-compliant systems) The source code package can be found (as a "gz" file) here.It really is best not to be caught in this as it brings very high winds, hail stones and torrential rain.Don't let me put you off from climbing in this month, I had a week this year and managed to climb every day.We monitor all power, HVAC, and fire-detection / suppression systems 24/7 using an automated application under the supervision of our local operations staff.

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Stay Aspen Snowmass sells Hot Air Balloon rides so call us today.

import time import sys import live555 import threading # Shows how to use live555 module to pull frames from an RTSP/RTP # source. = 5: print() print('Usage: python3 192.168.1.3 1 10 out.264') print() sys.exit(1) camera IP = sys.argv[1] channel = sys.argv[2] seconds = float(sys.argv[3]) file Out = sys.argv[4] url = 'rtsp://[email protected]%s/h264/Streaming/channels/%s' % (camera IP, channel) f Out = open(file Out, 'wb') def one Frame(codec Name, bytes, sec, usec, dur USec): print('frame for %s: %d bytes' % (codec Name, len(bytes))) f Out.write(b'\0\0\0\1' bytes) # Starts pulling frames from the URL, with the provided callback: use TCP = False live555.start RTSP(url, one Frame, use TCP) # Run Live555's event loop in a background thread: t = threading.

Thread(target=live555Event Loop, args=()) Daemon(True) t.start() end Time = time.time() seconds while time.time() How to configure and build the code on Unix (including Linux, Mac OS X, QNX, and other Posix-compliant systems) The source code package can be found (as a "gz" file) here.

It really is best not to be caught in this as it brings very high winds, hail stones and torrential rain.

Don't let me put you off from climbing in this month, I had a week this year and managed to climb every day.

We monitor all power, HVAC, and fire-detection / suppression systems 24/7 using an automated application under the supervision of our local operations staff.

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Stay Aspen Snowmass sells Hot Air Balloon rides so call us today.

import time import sys import live555 import threading # Shows how to use live555 module to pull frames from an RTSP/RTP # source. = 5: print() print('Usage: python3 192.168.1.3 1 10 out.264') print() sys.exit(1) camera IP = sys.argv[1] channel = sys.argv[2] seconds = float(sys.argv[3]) file Out = sys.argv[4] url = 'rtsp://[email protected]%s/h264/Streaming/channels/%s' % (camera IP, channel) f Out = open(file Out, 'wb') def one Frame(codec Name, bytes, sec, usec, dur USec): print('frame for %s: %d bytes' % (codec Name, len(bytes))) f Out.write(b'\0\0\0\1' bytes) # Starts pulling frames from the URL, with the provided callback: use TCP = False live555.start RTSP(url, one Frame, use TCP) # Run Live555's event loop in a background thread: t = threading.

Thread(target=live555Event Loop, args=()) Daemon(True) t.start() end Time = time.time() seconds while time.time() How to configure and build the code on Unix (including Linux, Mac OS X, QNX, and other Posix-compliant systems) The source code package can be found (as a "gz" file) here.

It really is best not to be caught in this as it brings very high winds, hail stones and torrential rain.

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Stay Aspen Snowmass sells Hot Air Balloon rides so call us today.import time import sys import live555 import threading # Shows how to use live555 module to pull frames from an RTSP/RTP # source. = 5: print() print('Usage: python3 192.168.1.3 1 10 out.264') print() sys.exit(1) camera IP = sys.argv[1] channel = sys.argv[2] seconds = float(sys.argv[3]) file Out = sys.argv[4] url = 'rtsp://[email protected]%s/h264/Streaming/channels/%s' % (camera IP, channel) f Out = open(file Out, 'wb') def one Frame(codec Name, bytes, sec, usec, dur USec): print('frame for %s: %d bytes' % (codec Name, len(bytes))) f Out.write(b'\0\0\0\1' bytes) # Starts pulling frames from the URL, with the provided callback: use TCP = False live555.start RTSP(url, one Frame, use TCP) # Run Live555's event loop in a background thread: t = threading.Thread(target=live555Event Loop, args=()) Daemon(True) t.start() end Time = time.time() seconds while time.time() How to configure and build the code on Unix (including Linux, Mac OS X, QNX, and other Posix-compliant systems) The source code package can be found (as a "gz" file) here.It really is best not to be caught in this as it brings very high winds, hail stones and torrential rain.Don't let me put you off from climbing in this month, I had a week this year and managed to climb every day.We monitor all power, HVAC, and fire-detection / suppression systems 24/7 using an automated application under the supervision of our local operations staff.

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import time import sys import live555 import threading # Shows how to use live555 module to pull frames from an RTSP/RTP # source. = 5: print() print('Usage: python3 192.168.1.3 1 10 out.264') print() sys.exit(1) camera IP = sys.argv[1] channel = sys.argv[2] seconds = float(sys.argv[3]) file Out = sys.argv[4] url = 'rtsp://[email protected]%s/h264/Streaming/channels/%s' % (camera IP, channel) f Out = open(file Out, 'wb') def one Frame(codec Name, bytes, sec, usec, dur USec): print('frame for %s: %d bytes' % (codec Name, len(bytes))) f Out.write(b'\0\0\0\1' bytes) # Starts pulling frames from the URL, with the provided callback: use TCP = False live555.start RTSP(url, one Frame, use TCP) # Run Live555's event loop in a background thread: t = threading.

Thread(target=live555Event Loop, args=()) Daemon(True) t.start() end Time = time.time() seconds while time.time() How to configure and build the code on Unix (including Linux, Mac OS X, QNX, and other Posix-compliant systems) The source code package can be found (as a "gz" file) here.

It really is best not to be caught in this as it brings very high winds, hail stones and torrential rain.

Don't let me put you off from climbing in this month, I had a week this year and managed to climb every day.

We monitor all power, HVAC, and fire-detection / suppression systems 24/7 using an automated application under the supervision of our local operations staff.

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Stay Aspen Snowmass sells Hot Air Balloon rides so call us today.

import time import sys import live555 import threading # Shows how to use live555 module to pull frames from an RTSP/RTP # source. = 5: print() print('Usage: python3 192.168.1.3 1 10 out.264') print() sys.exit(1) camera IP = sys.argv[1] channel = sys.argv[2] seconds = float(sys.argv[3]) file Out = sys.argv[4] url = 'rtsp://[email protected]%s/h264/Streaming/channels/%s' % (camera IP, channel) f Out = open(file Out, 'wb') def one Frame(codec Name, bytes, sec, usec, dur USec): print('frame for %s: %d bytes' % (codec Name, len(bytes))) f Out.write(b'\0\0\0\1' bytes) # Starts pulling frames from the URL, with the provided callback: use TCP = False live555.start RTSP(url, one Frame, use TCP) # Run Live555's event loop in a background thread: t = threading.

Thread(target=live555Event Loop, args=()) Daemon(True) t.start() end Time = time.time() seconds while time.time() How to configure and build the code on Unix (including Linux, Mac OS X, QNX, and other Posix-compliant systems) The source code package can be found (as a "gz" file) here.

It really is best not to be caught in this as it brings very high winds, hail stones and torrential rain.

' bytes) # Starts pulling frames from the URL, with the provided callback: use TCP = False live555.start RTSP(url, one Frame, use TCP) # Run Live555's event loop in a background thread: t = threading.

Thread(target=live555Event Loop, args=()) Daemon(True) t.start() end Time = time.time() seconds while time.time() How to configure and build the code on Unix (including Linux, Mac OS X, QNX, and other Posix-compliant systems) The source code package can be found (as a "gz" file) here.

It really is best not to be caught in this as it brings very high winds, hail stones and torrential rain.

Don't let me put you off from climbing in this month, I had a week this year and managed to climb every day.

We monitor all power, HVAC, and fire-detection / suppression systems 24/7 using an automated application under the supervision of our local operations staff.

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Stay Aspen Snowmass sells Hot Air Balloon rides so call us today.import time import sys import live555 import threading # Shows how to use live555 module to pull frames from an RTSP/RTP # source. = 5: print() print('Usage: python3 192.168.1.3 1 10 out.264') print() sys.exit(1) camera IP = sys.argv[1] channel = sys.argv[2] seconds = float(sys.argv[3]) file Out = sys.argv[4] url = 'rtsp://[email protected]%s/h264/Streaming/channels/%s' % (camera IP, channel) f Out = open(file Out, 'wb') def one Frame(codec Name, bytes, sec, usec, dur USec): print('frame for %s: %d bytes' % (codec Name, len(bytes))) f Out.write(b'\0\0\0\1' bytes) # Starts pulling frames from the URL, with the provided callback: use TCP = False live555.start RTSP(url, one Frame, use TCP) # Run Live555's event loop in a background thread: t = threading.Thread(target=live555Event Loop, args=()) Daemon(True) t.start() end Time = time.time() seconds while time.time() How to configure and build the code on Unix (including Linux, Mac OS X, QNX, and other Posix-compliant systems) The source code package can be found (as a "gz" file) here.It really is best not to be caught in this as it brings very high winds, hail stones and torrential rain.Don't let me put you off from climbing in this month, I had a week this year and managed to climb every day.We monitor all power, HVAC, and fire-detection / suppression systems 24/7 using an automated application under the supervision of our local operations staff.

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Stay Aspen Snowmass sells Hot Air Balloon rides so call us today.

import time import sys import live555 import threading # Shows how to use live555 module to pull frames from an RTSP/RTP # source. = 5: print() print('Usage: python3 192.168.1.3 1 10 out.264') print() sys.exit(1) camera IP = sys.argv[1] channel = sys.argv[2] seconds = float(sys.argv[3]) file Out = sys.argv[4] url = 'rtsp://[email protected]%s/h264/Streaming/channels/%s' % (camera IP, channel) f Out = open(file Out, 'wb') def one Frame(codec Name, bytes, sec, usec, dur USec): print('frame for %s: %d bytes' % (codec Name, len(bytes))) f Out.write(b'\0\0\0\1' bytes) # Starts pulling frames from the URL, with the provided callback: use TCP = False live555.start RTSP(url, one Frame, use TCP) # Run Live555's event loop in a background thread: t = threading.

Thread(target=live555Event Loop, args=()) Daemon(True) t.start() end Time = time.time() seconds while time.time() How to configure and build the code on Unix (including Linux, Mac OS X, QNX, and other Posix-compliant systems) The source code package can be found (as a "gz" file) here.

It really is best not to be caught in this as it brings very high winds, hail stones and torrential rain.

Don't let me put you off from climbing in this month, I had a week this year and managed to climb every day.

We monitor all power, HVAC, and fire-detection / suppression systems 24/7 using an automated application under the supervision of our local operations staff.

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Stay Aspen Snowmass sells Hot Air Balloon rides so call us today.

import time import sys import live555 import threading # Shows how to use live555 module to pull frames from an RTSP/RTP # source. = 5: print() print('Usage: python3 192.168.1.3 1 10 out.264') print() sys.exit(1) camera IP = sys.argv[1] channel = sys.argv[2] seconds = float(sys.argv[3]) file Out = sys.argv[4] url = 'rtsp://[email protected]%s/h264/Streaming/channels/%s' % (camera IP, channel) f Out = open(file Out, 'wb') def one Frame(codec Name, bytes, sec, usec, dur USec): print('frame for %s: %d bytes' % (codec Name, len(bytes))) f Out.write(b'\0\0\0\1' bytes) # Starts pulling frames from the URL, with the provided callback: use TCP = False live555.start RTSP(url, one Frame, use TCP) # Run Live555's event loop in a background thread: t = threading.

Thread(target=live555Event Loop, args=()) Daemon(True) t.start() end Time = time.time() seconds while time.time() How to configure and build the code on Unix (including Linux, Mac OS X, QNX, and other Posix-compliant systems) The source code package can be found (as a "gz" file) here.

It really is best not to be caught in this as it brings very high winds, hail stones and torrential rain.

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Stay Aspen Snowmass sells Hot Air Balloon rides so call us today.import time import sys import live555 import threading # Shows how to use live555 module to pull frames from an RTSP/RTP # source. = 5: print() print('Usage: python3 192.168.1.3 1 10 out.264') print() sys.exit(1) camera IP = sys.argv[1] channel = sys.argv[2] seconds = float(sys.argv[3]) file Out = sys.argv[4] url = 'rtsp://[email protected]%s/h264/Streaming/channels/%s' % (camera IP, channel) f Out = open(file Out, 'wb') def one Frame(codec Name, bytes, sec, usec, dur USec): print('frame for %s: %d bytes' % (codec Name, len(bytes))) f Out.write(b'\0\0\0\1' bytes) # Starts pulling frames from the URL, with the provided callback: use TCP = False live555.start RTSP(url, one Frame, use TCP) # Run Live555's event loop in a background thread: t = threading.Thread(target=live555Event Loop, args=()) Daemon(True) t.start() end Time = time.time() seconds while time.time() How to configure and build the code on Unix (including Linux, Mac OS X, QNX, and other Posix-compliant systems) The source code package can be found (as a "gz" file) here.It really is best not to be caught in this as it brings very high winds, hail stones and torrential rain.Don't let me put you off from climbing in this month, I had a week this year and managed to climb every day.We monitor all power, HVAC, and fire-detection / suppression systems 24/7 using an automated application under the supervision of our local operations staff.

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Stay Aspen Snowmass sells Hot Air Balloon rides so call us today.

import time import sys import live555 import threading # Shows how to use live555 module to pull frames from an RTSP/RTP # source. = 5: print() print('Usage: python3 192.168.1.3 1 10 out.264') print() sys.exit(1) camera IP = sys.argv[1] channel = sys.argv[2] seconds = float(sys.argv[3]) file Out = sys.argv[4] url = 'rtsp://[email protected]%s/h264/Streaming/channels/%s' % (camera IP, channel) f Out = open(file Out, 'wb') def one Frame(codec Name, bytes, sec, usec, dur USec): print('frame for %s: %d bytes' % (codec Name, len(bytes))) f Out.write(b'\0\0\0\1' bytes) # Starts pulling frames from the URL, with the provided callback: use TCP = False live555.start RTSP(url, one Frame, use TCP) # Run Live555's event loop in a background thread: t = threading.

Thread(target=live555Event Loop, args=()) Daemon(True) t.start() end Time = time.time() seconds while time.time() How to configure and build the code on Unix (including Linux, Mac OS X, QNX, and other Posix-compliant systems) The source code package can be found (as a "gz" file) here.

It really is best not to be caught in this as it brings very high winds, hail stones and torrential rain.

Don't let me put you off from climbing in this month, I had a week this year and managed to climb every day.

We monitor all power, HVAC, and fire-detection / suppression systems 24/7 using an automated application under the supervision of our local operations staff.

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Stay Aspen Snowmass sells Hot Air Balloon rides so call us today.

import time import sys import live555 import threading # Shows how to use live555 module to pull frames from an RTSP/RTP # source. = 5: print() print('Usage: python3 192.168.1.3 1 10 out.264') print() sys.exit(1) camera IP = sys.argv[1] channel = sys.argv[2] seconds = float(sys.argv[3]) file Out = sys.argv[4] url = 'rtsp://[email protected]%s/h264/Streaming/channels/%s' % (camera IP, channel) f Out = open(file Out, 'wb') def one Frame(codec Name, bytes, sec, usec, dur USec): print('frame for %s: %d bytes' % (codec Name, len(bytes))) f Out.write(b'\0\0\0\1' bytes) # Starts pulling frames from the URL, with the provided callback: use TCP = False live555.start RTSP(url, one Frame, use TCP) # Run Live555's event loop in a background thread: t = threading.

Thread(target=live555Event Loop, args=()) Daemon(True) t.start() end Time = time.time() seconds while time.time() How to configure and build the code on Unix (including Linux, Mac OS X, QNX, and other Posix-compliant systems) The source code package can be found (as a "gz" file) here.

It really is best not to be caught in this as it brings very high winds, hail stones and torrential rain.

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Stay Aspen Snowmass sells Hot Air Balloon rides so call us today.import time import sys import live555 import threading # Shows how to use live555 module to pull frames from an RTSP/RTP # source. = 5: print() print('Usage: python3 192.168.1.3 1 10 out.264') print() sys.exit(1) camera IP = sys.argv[1] channel = sys.argv[2] seconds = float(sys.argv[3]) file Out = sys.argv[4] url = 'rtsp://[email protected]%s/h264/Streaming/channels/%s' % (camera IP, channel) f Out = open(file Out, 'wb') def one Frame(codec Name, bytes, sec, usec, dur USec): print('frame for %s: %d bytes' % (codec Name, len(bytes))) f Out.write(b'\0\0\0\1' bytes) # Starts pulling frames from the URL, with the provided callback: use TCP = False live555.start RTSP(url, one Frame, use TCP) # Run Live555's event loop in a background thread: t = threading.Thread(target=live555Event Loop, args=()) Daemon(True) t.start() end Time = time.time() seconds while time.time() How to configure and build the code on Unix (including Linux, Mac OS X, QNX, and other Posix-compliant systems) The source code package can be found (as a "gz" file) here.It really is best not to be caught in this as it brings very high winds, hail stones and torrential rain.Don't let me put you off from climbing in this month, I had a week this year and managed to climb every day.We monitor all power, HVAC, and fire-detection / suppression systems 24/7 using an automated application under the supervision of our local operations staff.

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Stay Aspen Snowmass sells Hot Air Balloon rides so call us today.

import time import sys import live555 import threading # Shows how to use live555 module to pull frames from an RTSP/RTP # source. = 5: print() print('Usage: python3 192.168.1.3 1 10 out.264') print() sys.exit(1) camera IP = sys.argv[1] channel = sys.argv[2] seconds = float(sys.argv[3]) file Out = sys.argv[4] url = 'rtsp://[email protected]%s/h264/Streaming/channels/%s' % (camera IP, channel) f Out = open(file Out, 'wb') def one Frame(codec Name, bytes, sec, usec, dur USec): print('frame for %s: %d bytes' % (codec Name, len(bytes))) f Out.write(b'\0\0\0\1' bytes) # Starts pulling frames from the URL, with the provided callback: use TCP = False live555.start RTSP(url, one Frame, use TCP) # Run Live555's event loop in a background thread: t = threading.

Thread(target=live555Event Loop, args=()) Daemon(True) t.start() end Time = time.time() seconds while time.time() How to configure and build the code on Unix (including Linux, Mac OS X, QNX, and other Posix-compliant systems) The source code package can be found (as a "gz" file) here.

It really is best not to be caught in this as it brings very high winds, hail stones and torrential rain.

Don't let me put you off from climbing in this month, I had a week this year and managed to climb every day.

We monitor all power, HVAC, and fire-detection / suppression systems 24/7 using an automated application under the supervision of our local operations staff.

||

Stay Aspen Snowmass sells Hot Air Balloon rides so call us today.

import time import sys import live555 import threading # Shows how to use live555 module to pull frames from an RTSP/RTP # source. = 5: print() print('Usage: python3 192.168.1.3 1 10 out.264') print() sys.exit(1) camera IP = sys.argv[1] channel = sys.argv[2] seconds = float(sys.argv[3]) file Out = sys.argv[4] url = 'rtsp://[email protected]%s/h264/Streaming/channels/%s' % (camera IP, channel) f Out = open(file Out, 'wb') def one Frame(codec Name, bytes, sec, usec, dur USec): print('frame for %s: %d bytes' % (codec Name, len(bytes))) f Out.write(b'\0\0\0\1' bytes) # Starts pulling frames from the URL, with the provided callback: use TCP = False live555.start RTSP(url, one Frame, use TCP) # Run Live555's event loop in a background thread: t = threading.

Thread(target=live555Event Loop, args=()) Daemon(True) t.start() end Time = time.time() seconds while time.time() How to configure and build the code on Unix (including Linux, Mac OS X, QNX, and other Posix-compliant systems) The source code package can be found (as a "gz" file) here.

It really is best not to be caught in this as it brings very high winds, hail stones and torrential rain.

' bytes) # Starts pulling frames from the URL, with the provided callback: use TCP = False live555.start RTSP(url, one Frame, use TCP) # Run Live555's event loop in a background thread: t = threading.Thread(target=live555Event Loop, args=()) Daemon(True) t.start() end Time = time.time() seconds while time.time() How to configure and build the code on Unix (including Linux, Mac OS X, QNX, and other Posix-compliant systems) The source code package can be found (as a "gz" file) here.It really is best not to be caught in this as it brings very high winds, hail stones and torrential rain.Don't let me put you off from climbing in this month, I had a week this year and managed to climb every day.We monitor all power, HVAC, and fire-detection / suppression systems 24/7 using an automated application under the supervision of our local operations staff.

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Stay Aspen Snowmass sells Hot Air Balloon rides so call us today.import time import sys import live555 import threading # Shows how to use live555 module to pull frames from an RTSP/RTP # source. = 5: print() print('Usage: python3 192.168.1.3 1 10 out.264') print() sys.exit(1) camera IP = sys.argv[1] channel = sys.argv[2] seconds = float(sys.argv[3]) file Out = sys.argv[4] url = 'rtsp://[email protected]%s/h264/Streaming/channels/%s' % (camera IP, channel) f Out = open(file Out, 'wb') def one Frame(codec Name, bytes, sec, usec, dur USec): print('frame for %s: %d bytes' % (codec Name, len(bytes))) f Out.write(b'\0\0\0\1' bytes) # Starts pulling frames from the URL, with the provided callback: use TCP = False live555.start RTSP(url, one Frame, use TCP) # Run Live555's event loop in a background thread: t = threading.Thread(target=live555Event Loop, args=()) Daemon(True) t.start() end Time = time.time() seconds while time.time() How to configure and build the code on Unix (including Linux, Mac OS X, QNX, and other Posix-compliant systems) The source code package can be found (as a "gz" file) here.It really is best not to be caught in this as it brings very high winds, hail stones and torrential rain.Don't let me put you off from climbing in this month, I had a week this year and managed to climb every day.We monitor all power, HVAC, and fire-detection / suppression systems 24/7 using an automated application under the supervision of our local operations staff.

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Stay Aspen Snowmass sells Hot Air Balloon rides so call us today.

import time import sys import live555 import threading # Shows how to use live555 module to pull frames from an RTSP/RTP # source. = 5: print() print('Usage: python3 192.168.1.3 1 10 out.264') print() sys.exit(1) camera IP = sys.argv[1] channel = sys.argv[2] seconds = float(sys.argv[3]) file Out = sys.argv[4] url = 'rtsp://[email protected]%s/h264/Streaming/channels/%s' % (camera IP, channel) f Out = open(file Out, 'wb') def one Frame(codec Name, bytes, sec, usec, dur USec): print('frame for %s: %d bytes' % (codec Name, len(bytes))) f Out.write(b'\0\0\0\1' bytes) # Starts pulling frames from the URL, with the provided callback: use TCP = False live555.start RTSP(url, one Frame, use TCP) # Run Live555's event loop in a background thread: t = threading.

Thread(target=live555Event Loop, args=()) Daemon(True) t.start() end Time = time.time() seconds while time.time() How to configure and build the code on Unix (including Linux, Mac OS X, QNX, and other Posix-compliant systems) The source code package can be found (as a "gz" file) here.

It really is best not to be caught in this as it brings very high winds, hail stones and torrential rain.

Don't let me put you off from climbing in this month, I had a week this year and managed to climb every day.

We monitor all power, HVAC, and fire-detection / suppression systems 24/7 using an automated application under the supervision of our local operations staff.

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Stay Aspen Snowmass sells Hot Air Balloon rides so call us today.

import time import sys import live555 import threading # Shows how to use live555 module to pull frames from an RTSP/RTP # source. = 5: print() print('Usage: python3 192.168.1.3 1 10 out.264') print() sys.exit(1) camera IP = sys.argv[1] channel = sys.argv[2] seconds = float(sys.argv[3]) file Out = sys.argv[4] url = 'rtsp://[email protected]%s/h264/Streaming/channels/%s' % (camera IP, channel) f Out = open(file Out, 'wb') def one Frame(codec Name, bytes, sec, usec, dur USec): print('frame for %s: %d bytes' % (codec Name, len(bytes))) f Out.write(b'\0\0\0\1' bytes) # Starts pulling frames from the URL, with the provided callback: use TCP = False live555.start RTSP(url, one Frame, use TCP) # Run Live555's event loop in a background thread: t = threading.

Thread(target=live555Event Loop, args=()) Daemon(True) t.start() end Time = time.time() seconds while time.time() How to configure and build the code on Unix (including Linux, Mac OS X, QNX, and other Posix-compliant systems) The source code package can be found (as a "gz" file) here.

It really is best not to be caught in this as it brings very high winds, hail stones and torrential rain.

]][[

Stay Aspen Snowmass sells Hot Air Balloon rides so call us today.import time import sys import live555 import threading # Shows how to use live555 module to pull frames from an RTSP/RTP # source. = 5: print() print('Usage: python3 192.168.1.3 1 10 out.264') print() sys.exit(1) camera IP = sys.argv[1] channel = sys.argv[2] seconds = float(sys.argv[3]) file Out = sys.argv[4] url = 'rtsp://[email protected]%s/h264/Streaming/channels/%s' % (camera IP, channel) f Out = open(file Out, 'wb') def one Frame(codec Name, bytes, sec, usec, dur USec): print('frame for %s: %d bytes' % (codec Name, len(bytes))) f Out.write(b'\0\0\0\1' bytes) # Starts pulling frames from the URL, with the provided callback: use TCP = False live555.start RTSP(url, one Frame, use TCP) # Run Live555's event loop in a background thread: t = threading.Thread(target=live555Event Loop, args=()) Daemon(True) t.start() end Time = time.time() seconds while time.time() How to configure and build the code on Unix (including Linux, Mac OS X, QNX, and other Posix-compliant systems) The source code package can be found (as a "gz" file) here.It really is best not to be caught in this as it brings very high winds, hail stones and torrential rain.Don't let me put you off from climbing in this month, I had a week this year and managed to climb every day.We monitor all power, HVAC, and fire-detection / suppression systems 24/7 using an automated application under the supervision of our local operations staff.

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import time import sys import live555 import threading # Shows how to use live555 module to pull frames from an RTSP/RTP # source. = 5: print() print('Usage: python3 192.168.1.3 1 10 out.264') print() sys.exit(1) camera IP = sys.argv[1] channel = sys.argv[2] seconds = float(sys.argv[3]) file Out = sys.argv[4] url = 'rtsp://[email protected]%s/h264/Streaming/channels/%s' % (camera IP, channel) f Out = open(file Out, 'wb') def one Frame(codec Name, bytes, sec, usec, dur USec): print('frame for %s: %d bytes' % (codec Name, len(bytes))) f Out.write(b'\0\0\0\1' bytes) # Starts pulling frames from the URL, with the provided callback: use TCP = False live555.start RTSP(url, one Frame, use TCP) # Run Live555's event loop in a background thread: t = threading.

Thread(target=live555Event Loop, args=()) Daemon(True) t.start() end Time = time.time() seconds while time.time() How to configure and build the code on Unix (including Linux, Mac OS X, QNX, and other Posix-compliant systems) The source code package can be found (as a "gz" file) here.

It really is best not to be caught in this as it brings very high winds, hail stones and torrential rain.

Don't let me put you off from climbing in this month, I had a week this year and managed to climb every day.

We monitor all power, HVAC, and fire-detection / suppression systems 24/7 using an automated application under the supervision of our local operations staff.

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import time import sys import live555 import threading # Shows how to use live555 module to pull frames from an RTSP/RTP # source. = 5: print() print('Usage: python3 192.168.1.3 1 10 out.264') print() sys.exit(1) camera IP = sys.argv[1] channel = sys.argv[2] seconds = float(sys.argv[3]) file Out = sys.argv[4] url = 'rtsp://[email protected]%s/h264/Streaming/channels/%s' % (camera IP, channel) f Out = open(file Out, 'wb') def one Frame(codec Name, bytes, sec, usec, dur USec): print('frame for %s: %d bytes' % (codec Name, len(bytes))) f Out.write(b'\0\0\0\1' bytes) # Starts pulling frames from the URL, with the provided callback: use TCP = False live555.start RTSP(url, one Frame, use TCP) # Run Live555's event loop in a background thread: t = threading.

Thread(target=live555Event Loop, args=()) Daemon(True) t.start() end Time = time.time() seconds while time.time() How to configure and build the code on Unix (including Linux, Mac OS X, QNX, and other Posix-compliant systems) The source code package can be found (as a "gz" file) here.

It really is best not to be caught in this as it brings very high winds, hail stones and torrential rain.

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Stay Aspen Snowmass sells Hot Air Balloon rides so call us today.import time import sys import live555 import threading # Shows how to use live555 module to pull frames from an RTSP/RTP # source. = 5: print() print('Usage: python3 192.168.1.3 1 10 out.264') print() sys.exit(1) camera IP = sys.argv[1] channel = sys.argv[2] seconds = float(sys.argv[3]) file Out = sys.argv[4] url = 'rtsp://[email protected]%s/h264/Streaming/channels/%s' % (camera IP, channel) f Out = open(file Out, 'wb') def one Frame(codec Name, bytes, sec, usec, dur USec): print('frame for %s: %d bytes' % (codec Name, len(bytes))) f Out.write(b'\0\0\0\1' bytes) # Starts pulling frames from the URL, with the provided callback: use TCP = False live555.start RTSP(url, one Frame, use TCP) # Run Live555's event loop in a background thread: t = threading.Thread(target=live555Event Loop, args=()) Daemon(True) t.start() end Time = time.time() seconds while time.time() How to configure and build the code on Unix (including Linux, Mac OS X, QNX, and other Posix-compliant systems) The source code package can be found (as a "gz" file) here.It really is best not to be caught in this as it brings very high winds, hail stones and torrential rain.Don't let me put you off from climbing in this month, I had a week this year and managed to climb every day.We monitor all power, HVAC, and fire-detection / suppression systems 24/7 using an automated application under the supervision of our local operations staff.

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Stay Aspen Snowmass sells Hot Air Balloon rides so call us today.

import time import sys import live555 import threading # Shows how to use live555 module to pull frames from an RTSP/RTP # source. = 5: print() print('Usage: python3 192.168.1.3 1 10 out.264') print() sys.exit(1) camera IP = sys.argv[1] channel = sys.argv[2] seconds = float(sys.argv[3]) file Out = sys.argv[4] url = 'rtsp://[email protected]%s/h264/Streaming/channels/%s' % (camera IP, channel) f Out = open(file Out, 'wb') def one Frame(codec Name, bytes, sec, usec, dur USec): print('frame for %s: %d bytes' % (codec Name, len(bytes))) f Out.write(b'\0\0\0\1' bytes) # Starts pulling frames from the URL, with the provided callback: use TCP = False live555.start RTSP(url, one Frame, use TCP) # Run Live555's event loop in a background thread: t = threading.

Thread(target=live555Event Loop, args=()) Daemon(True) t.start() end Time = time.time() seconds while time.time() How to configure and build the code on Unix (including Linux, Mac OS X, QNX, and other Posix-compliant systems) The source code package can be found (as a "gz" file) here.

It really is best not to be caught in this as it brings very high winds, hail stones and torrential rain.

Don't let me put you off from climbing in this month, I had a week this year and managed to climb every day.

We monitor all power, HVAC, and fire-detection / suppression systems 24/7 using an automated application under the supervision of our local operations staff.

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Stay Aspen Snowmass sells Hot Air Balloon rides so call us today.

import time import sys import live555 import threading # Shows how to use live555 module to pull frames from an RTSP/RTP # source. = 5: print() print('Usage: python3 192.168.1.3 1 10 out.264') print() sys.exit(1) camera IP = sys.argv[1] channel = sys.argv[2] seconds = float(sys.argv[3]) file Out = sys.argv[4] url = 'rtsp://[email protected]%s/h264/Streaming/channels/%s' % (camera IP, channel) f Out = open(file Out, 'wb') def one Frame(codec Name, bytes, sec, usec, dur USec): print('frame for %s: %d bytes' % (codec Name, len(bytes))) f Out.write(b'\0\0\0\1' bytes) # Starts pulling frames from the URL, with the provided callback: use TCP = False live555.start RTSP(url, one Frame, use TCP) # Run Live555's event loop in a background thread: t = threading.

Thread(target=live555Event Loop, args=()) Daemon(True) t.start() end Time = time.time() seconds while time.time() How to configure and build the code on Unix (including Linux, Mac OS X, QNX, and other Posix-compliant systems) The source code package can be found (as a "gz" file) here.

It really is best not to be caught in this as it brings very high winds, hail stones and torrential rain.

' bytes) # Starts pulling frames from the URL, with the provided callback: use TCP = False live555.start RTSP(url, one Frame, use TCP) # Run Live555's event loop in a background thread: t = threading.Thread(target=live555Event Loop, args=()) Daemon(True) t.start() end Time = time.time() seconds while time.time() How to configure and build the code on Unix (including Linux, Mac OS X, QNX, and other Posix-compliant systems) The source code package can be found (as a "gz" file) here.It really is best not to be caught in this as it brings very high winds, hail stones and torrential rain.Don't let me put you off from climbing in this month, I had a week this year and managed to climb every day.We monitor all power, HVAC, and fire-detection / suppression systems 24/7 using an automated application under the supervision of our local operations staff.