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Request(self.nest_session_url) request.add_header('Content-Type','application/json') response = self.merlin.open(request,json.dumps(payload)) session_data = response.read() session_json = json.loads(session_data) self.nest_access_token = session_json['access_token'] self.nest_access_token_expiration = session_json['expires_in'] self.nest_user_id = session_json['userid'] print 'INFO: [PARSED] Captured authentication token:' print self.nest_access_token print 'INFO: [PARSED] Captured expiration date for token:' print self.nest_access_token_expiration cookie_data = dict((cookie.name, cookie.value) for cookie in self.cookie_jar) for cookie in cookie_data: print cookie print 'INFO: [COOKIE] Captured authentication token:' print cookie_data["cztoken"] print 'INFO: Session initialization complete!

' The payload here is the JSON-ified representation of the Nest username and password.

For testing purposes, I set that threshold to be 200, which roughly translates into 8 second video clips - that way it’s uploaded fast and in consumable chunks (~1MB each given current .

There are a lot of pieces still missing in this tool, like the ability to upload directly to different cloud providers, checking for token expiration, optimizing the video and image storage and more.

I just need the camera, and it appears that the most straightforward way is to find objects that start with We now have everything we need to make sure we can capture images and produce the associated video contnent.

With a little bit of def login(self): print 'INFO: Performing user login...' post_data = #post_data = json.dumps(post_data) post_data = urllib.urlencode(post_data) print "INFO: Auth post data" print post_data request = urllib2.

if clear_images: for buffer_entry in camera_buffer[camera]: os.remove(camera_image_folder '/' buffer_entry '.jpg') else: print 'WARNING: No ffmpeg detected.

Make sure the binary is in /tools.' file in the folder, generated after fixed intervals - and by that, I mean having a fixed number of buffered images that can be combined in a video.

Particularly, I could not figure out where it’s being generated through the web app because a lot of the requests seem to be already coming with it built-in, so likely some piece of JS code was generating it on the fly.

I noticed that there was a response from , but I was still hitting authentication issue with the call, even though I passed the required credentials.We recently got a Nest cam, and we absolutely love the capabilities it brings to our home.One of the staples of the camera was the capability to record footage and then replay it later.Request(self.nest_api_login_url,data=post_data) request.add_header('Content-Type','application/x-www-form-urlencoded') response = self.merlin.open(request) session_data = response.read() print session_data def initialize User(self): print 'INFO: Initializing current user...' user_url = self.nest_user_url.replace('#USERID#',self.nest_user_id) print 'INFO: Requesting user data from:' print user_url request = urllib2.