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  1. Reference Installing MotionEye on Raspbian in the Networked Security Camera Tutorial: On a Raspberry Pi 3 B+, I installed motionEye on Raspbian. With only three (3) cameras (Dahua IP cameras) added to motionEye, the Raspberry Pi's CPU usage fluctuates between 77 and 82%. With four (4) or more IP cameras added, the Raspberry Pi's CPU usage is 100%. All motionEye settings are still set at default. When the motionEye server is stopped, the Raspberry Pi's CPU usages fluctuates between 0 and 5%. What changes in motionEye are necessary to reduce the load that the motionEye server puts on the Raspberry Pi's CPU? Is there a maximum number of cameras that should only be added to motionEye? Also, is there a proper way to log out of the motionEye's frontend instead of just closing the browser?
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