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you need to put a timer on there to slow the process down. you're asking too much without a delay.

add import time to your header and add time.sleep(.5)

to slow your loop down to ask for 2 frames a second and see how that works.

you need to put a timer on there to slow the process down. you're asking too much without a delay.

add add

import time

to your header and add time.sleep(.5)add

time.sleep(.5)

at then end of the code to slow your loop down to ask for 2 frames a second and see how that works.

you need to put a timer on there to slow the process down. you're asking too much without a delay.

add

import time

to your header and add

time.sleep(.5)

at then end of the code to slow your loop down to ask for 2 frames a second and see how that works.

!!!!!New edit.!!!!! well since I got no karma, I can't post comments or a new answer but this script worked for me

from SimpleCV import JpegStreamCamera, Display
import time

ip = raw_input('Enter the IP address(just the numbers):')
    address = 'http://' + str(ip) + '/video.mjpg'
    print address
    cam = JpegStreamCamera(address)

while not display.isDone():

    img = cam.getImage()

    img.save(display)
    time.sleep(1)

this works for me and I'm using the IPcam app from the apple store using my iphone too.

you need to put a timer on there to slow the process down. you're asking too much without a delay.

add

import time

to your header and add

time.sleep(.5)

at then end of the code to slow your loop down to ask for 2 frames a second and see how that works.

!!!!!New edit.!!!!! well since I got no karma, I can't post comments or a new answer but this script worked for me

from SimpleCV import JpegStreamCamera, Display
import time

disp = Display()
ip = raw_input('Enter the IP address(just the numbers):')
    address = 'http://' + str(ip) + '/video.mjpg'
    print address
    cam = JpegStreamCamera(address)

while not display.isDone():
disp.isNotDone():

    img = cam.getImage()

    img.save(display)
    time.sleep(1)

this works for me and I'm using the IPcam app from the apple store using my iphone too.

you need to put a timer on there to slow the process down. you're asking too much without a delay.

add

import time

to your header and add

time.sleep(.5)

at then end of the code to slow your loop down to ask for 2 frames a second and see how that works.

!!!!!New edit.!!!!! well since I got no karma, I can't post comments or a new answer but this script worked for me

from SimpleCV import JpegStreamCamera, Display
import time

disp = Display()
ip = raw_input('Enter the IP address(just the numbers):')
 address = 'http://' + str(ip) + '/video.mjpg'
 print address
 cam = JpegStreamCamera(address)

while disp.isNotDone():

    img = cam.getImage()

    img.save(display)
    time.sleep(1)

this works for me and I'm using the IPcam app from the apple store using my iphone too.

you need to put a timer on there to slow the process down. you're asking too much without a delay.

add

import time

to your header and add

time.sleep(.5)

at then end of the code to slow your loop down to ask for 2 frames a second and see how that works.

!!!!!New edit.!!!!! well since I got no karma, I can't post comments or a new answer but this script worked for me

from SimpleCV import JpegStreamCamera, Display
import time

disp = Display()
ip = raw_input('Enter the IP address(just the numbers):')
address = 'http://' + str(ip) + '/video.mjpg'
print address
cam = JpegStreamCamera(address)

while disp.isNotDone():

    img = cam.getImage()

    img.save(display)
    time.sleep(1)

this works for me and I'm using the IPcam app from the apple store using my iphone too.

and did you also tried to enter the http address in a browser to check for sure if your ip cam works?

you need to put a timer on there to slow the process down. you're asking too much without a delay.

add

import time

to your header and add

time.sleep(.5)

at then end of the code to slow your loop down to ask for 2 frames a second and see how that works.

!!!!!New edit.!!!!! well since I got no karma, I can't post comments or a new answer but this script worked for me

from SimpleCV import JpegStreamCamera, Display
import time

disp = Display()
ip = raw_input('Enter the IP address(just the numbers):')
address = 'http://' + str(ip) + '/video.mjpg'
print address
cam = JpegStreamCamera(address)

while disp.isNotDone():

    img = cam.getImage()

    img.save(display)
img.save(disp)
    time.sleep(1)

this works for me and I'm using the IPcam app from the apple store using my iphone too.

and did you also tried to enter the http address in a browser to check for sure if your ip cam works?

!!!EDIT 3/26!!

I updated the code, had the wrong value for display. I tested it this time when I had time and this definitely worked for me.