Welcome to the RoxyAnnPeak.com website. The purpose of this website is to provide cameras that are open to the public to view the Rogue Valley, and see what the weather is currently like and to view the last 24 hours in a time-lapse. This would not be possible without the help of the folks over at Hunter Communications letting us use some bandwidth on top of Roxy Ann Peak.
The Medford Camera page shows the last image from the camera. That image is updated every minute and now as of 12/05/2019 you can choose to have the image update automatically without reloading the page.
There are two flavors of the Time-Lapse page. One is Full HD (1920×1080) and the other is 360P (640×360). Both videos are comprised of a photo taken every 30 seconds and played back at 120 FPS which creates a nice 24 second video. The videos are automatically regenerated every 5 minutes. They may be a few minutes behind due to processing time.
The Live Stream page is just that. View the camera in (close to) real time. I think there is something like a 5 – 6 second delay with the different servers the stream passes through and the FFMpeg RTSP to HLS processing. There are three streaming bit-rates to accommodate your data connection. If the player thinks it can receive a higher bit-rate, it will grab the next one up.
The PTZ Camera menu has a snapshot from that camera that is updated every minute also.
The Live Stream from the PTZ Camera has an auto bitrate between two quality levels or you can select between two streaming bit-rates.