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    Just updated to new BI ver 5.4.3.0 and it broke object detection

    I had no trouble with the update, just hit update and it went fine. Not using quicksync though. The issue i'm having is that it keeps showing the percentages of parked cars. According to this post static objects should be detected once.. Gave the machine a reboot but no luck, this isn't a...
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    Blueiris added direct support for Deepstack AI

    Is t possible to filter in BI on these labels?
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    IPC-T5442T-ZE dual IR - electrical tape?

    It can't hurt to try! Also make shure there aren't any objects on which the infrared can reflect. A screenshot says more than a thousend words..
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    The new updated android app has been pushed to the play store

    I never used the old version, but i don't have a lot to complain about the new version. I'm running openvpn, so no issues there. What i do miss compared to the dahua app (gdmss) is the layout of the "all cameras" view. I have 6 cams which are showed in 3 columns/2 rows, very ineffecient on a...
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    SSD drive vs conventional hard drive

    If the data is that important i'd rather go for 2 recording devices. I have an NVR5216 as second recording to my BI machine but I only switch it on if i need to power down BI.
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    Migrate to Blue Iris on Q-See NVR?

    Installing Blue Iris on the NVR is not possible, you'll need a Windows 10 PC for that.
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    why does my 30x ptz seem only like 10x?

    It's 4.3mm - 129mm, so that's 30x..
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    Hot water heater exhaust capture

    Is it there during the day when the camera is in color mode? If not maybe a different camera that will run in color all night will solve it?
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    ReoLink RLC 1220a work with Blue Iris?

    Can you explain to us how you know his reviews are honest?
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    Yet Another Free Extension for Blue Iris Adding AI Object Dectection/Reduction in False Alarms/Enhanced Notification of Activity/On Guard

    Not trying to take over the thread, so i'll just dump a bunch of info in one post and you should be able to get pretty far. From my configuration.yaml: For the cameras, i have dahua: camera: - platform: ffmpeg input: "rtsp:/admin:pa$$w0rd@192.168.1.10:554/live" name: frontdoor -...
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    Yet Another Free Extension for Blue Iris Adding AI Object Dectection/Reduction in False Alarms/Enhanced Notification of Activity/On Guard

    @tripp396 the way i do it is just use mqtt for the trigger, and i added my cameras to the home assistant config. I just let home assistant sent me a snapshot on telegram when it receives a mqtt trigger.
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    Let’s talk Business $$

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    Dahua IPC-HDW4231EM-AS failing to boot

    Netherlands
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    Dahua IPC-HDW4231EM-AS failing to boot

    Same thing happened to me with this model a couple of weeks ago, but i tried to update the firmware. It's now going into the bin
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    Title fixed by fenderman. I mistakenly though I was hacked. Turns out, I didnt read the help file.

    Try ro recreate what @fenderman said by taking your phone off wifi and browse to your public ip with :81 behind it. Don't login and see what the log says.
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    Help setting up a small system

    Dont forget the poe switch
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    Trigger deepstack/blueiris object detection from PIR trigger mqtt

    This is exactly how i do it, this is from my Home Assistant config: topic: "BlueIris/admin" payload: "camera=backyard&trigger" Another nice feature in BI is the watchdog, if you open the camera settings and go to the watchdog tab. You can let BI publish on "loss of signal" and...
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    Trigger deepstack/blueiris object detection from PIR trigger mqtt

    BI has this built in, just publish on the right topics to trigger the cams https://ipcamtalk.com/threads/4-7-0-march-2-2018-mqtt-iot-internet-of-things-protocol.26776/
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    Andy says I need more power!

    Poe+ = 802.3at, so Andy's right. @Flintstone61 Cisco's 3650x is probably smart enough, but ubiquity also uses 'passive poe' injectors, which isn't up to standards. I think they switched to 802.3af/at now, not sure.
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    Paint my LPR Camera or no?

    If you don't want something permanent, maybe plastidip would be a solution. There isn't a wide variety of colors though..
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    Dahua DHI-NVR4232-4KS2 won't live view cameras

    Can you hook it up to a TV or monitor through the HDMI port? This will definitely rule out any browser related problem.
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    Turning on TCL Roku, change HDMI source, show Blue Iris outdoor camera grid, and power off via Home Assistant. Success!

    I tried this on a fresh install today. You'll need to fix the auto login stuff for windows and also run the bat file as admin!
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    Turning on TCL Roku, change HDMI source, show Blue Iris outdoor camera grid, and power off via Home Assistant. Success!

    I think this should do it Automatically log in to your Windows 10 PC
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    Turning on TCL Roku, change HDMI source, show Blue Iris outdoor camera grid, and power off via Home Assistant. Success!

    No, password is not necessary. But i do think the user has to be set to automatically login when the pc is booted. Ben a while since ive set this up, can't rembember all the details..
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    Looking for automation around temperature monitoring

    +1 on ESPHome! Look for Dr Zzs or Digiblur on Youtube, they have a bunch of videos on this.
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    Turning on TCL Roku, change HDMI source, show Blue Iris outdoor camera grid, and power off via Home Assistant. Success!

    I have a fix for that logging off stuff, it's pretty easy. Create a .bat file (create a txt file but change the .txt to .bat) and paste in this: @echo off title RDP logoff script echo logoff in 10 seconds! pause cls echo logging off... timeout /t 10 for /f "skip=1 tokens=3" %%s in ('query user...
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    Router

    Im running ipfire on a Celeron J1900 board with dual nic's, imho way better than any consumer router.
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    iDMSS Failure to connect over cell service only

    Probably not, big chance they are gonna use your cams and other devices on your network for their botnet. You can read more about this here: link
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