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  1. cscoppa

    5.4.6 - May 17, 2021

    Auto upgrade failed for me on this one. Luckily I had taken a fresh "export settings" right before as I do for all the major updates. Had to blow out the usual 2 spots in the registry, get it fired up, re-install the service and then re-import settings. All good now. EDIT: Including the 2...
  2. cscoppa

    5.4.5.2 New parameters in JSON camlist command

    That would be cool for the BI integration I use in Home Assistant, I could see them adding additional sensors for things like current bit rates. https://github.com/elad-bar/ha-blueiris
  3. cscoppa

    5.4.3 - April 9, 2021 - DeepStack “mode” setting.

    Same here, can't update directly or "download only" ... it's borked.
  4. cscoppa

    5.4.3 - April 9, 2021 - DeepStack “mode” setting.

    Despite my issues with 5.4.3.7 I was able to update to 5.4.3.8 without incident.
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    5.4.3 - April 9, 2021 - DeepStack “mode” setting.

    Yeah, I do, I'm guessing it's that or some weird combination of hardware acceleration settings.
  6. cscoppa

    5.4.3 - April 9, 2021 - DeepStack “mode” setting.

    5.4.3.7 hosed my install, be careful upgrading to it. Service kept starting and stopping rapidly. Trying to recover now... EDIT: Recovered by blowing out both registry keys, reinstalling BI, downgrading back to 5.4.3.5 and importing a reg backup.
  7. cscoppa

    5.4.3 - April 9, 2021 - DeepStack “mode” setting.

    Yeah, that worked. Odd that that was necessary with this particular version.
  8. cscoppa

    5.4.3 - April 9, 2021 - DeepStack “mode” setting.

    5.4.3.6 update failing:
  9. cscoppa

    5.4.3 - April 9, 2021 - DeepStack “mode” setting.

    Ah ok, that makes sense. It sounded like you could filter the alerts list by object. (after the fact)
  10. cscoppa

    5.4.3 - April 9, 2021 - DeepStack “mode” setting.

    How do you filter by object in UI3? I can't seem to find it.
  11. cscoppa

    5.4.1 - April 3, 2021 - Support for DeepStack facial recognition

    If the static cars are in the same place all the time, you can mask them out... that might work.
  12. cscoppa

    5.4.1 - April 3, 2021 - Support for DeepStack facial recognition

    In my driveway I just do "persons" ... usually one is required to make the car move. ;) Otherwise I get exactly what you described.
  13. cscoppa

    5.4.1 - April 3, 2021 - Support for DeepStack facial recognition

    It only records the clip if it passes the AI detection with an object in your list. EDIT: It's missing right now because he pulled the versions that had it.
  14. cscoppa

    5.4.1 - April 3, 2021 - Support for DeepStack facial recognition

    It seemed to work during the short period I ran it. I just wish we had a way to review the images easily showing detected objects (in UI3 ideally) like you can with AI Tool. It helps with fine tuning your settings. Best I came up with is "burning in" the detections and manually browsing the...
  15. cscoppa

    5.4.1 - April 3, 2021 - Support for DeepStack facial recognition

    Yeah, looks like Ken pulled 5.4.1.2 and 5.4.1.3 off
  16. cscoppa

    Hell Yeah! Direct Deepstack Integration - 5.4.0 - March 31, 2021

    I agree about the Reolinks, I have 4 RLC410W's (2 were free, long story) and I also recently got an Amcrest with adjustable keyframe intervals. The best you can do with them is NOT use substreams, because those are far worse with the .25 ratio compared to the .5 of the main stream. I...
  17. cscoppa

    Hell Yeah! Direct Deepstack Integration - 5.4.0 - March 31, 2021

    I haven't tried it yet myself, but someone here said you can clone the camera, and in the Alert Actions, put the HTTP URLs in you would use in AI Tools to trigger recording.
  18. cscoppa

    Hell Yeah! Direct Deepstack Integration - 5.4.0 - March 31, 2021

    GPU version from your link has been working for me for a few days now with BI. (Was using AI Tools before)
  19. cscoppa

    Hell Yeah! Direct Deepstack Integration - 5.4.0 - March 31, 2021

    I have that checked, but I don't see the box like my screenshot above unless I delete the video clip first, THEN go to that alert. Since it doesn't have the video it will show me that burned in alert image instead.
  20. cscoppa

    Hell Yeah! Direct Deepstack Integration - 5.4.0 - March 31, 2021

    I get some funny ones too. We have a lot of Deer around here, Deepstack always flags them as "dog". ;) Also, this is me and my dog "bag of soil"
  21. cscoppa

    Hell Yeah! Direct Deepstack Integration - 5.4.0 - March 31, 2021

    Yeah, this is exactly how I had it setup before with AI Tools, with cloned cameras. I still went full in with BI's built-in support simply because it eliminates so much of the extra clutter, and not having to worry about logging into the machine to make sure AI Tools is running after a reboot...
  22. cscoppa

    Hell Yeah! Direct Deepstack Integration - 5.4.0 - March 31, 2021

    Changed my setup last night to go purely with BI only. Everything is working great. The only capability that's missing compared to running AI tool that I can think of is only recording a clip when the AI has detected a selected object. Right now you'll still record a ton of clips if an a-hole...
  23. cscoppa

    5.3.9.6 (2/10/2021) issue with Hardware acceleration...

    Same here, Intel + VPP works fine in 5.3.8 series, but not in 5.3.9. Oddly enough Intel Beta does work, which I don't remember it working before. Running latest 5.3.9.11
  24. cscoppa

    [tool] [tutorial] Free AI Person Detection for Blue Iris

    It might be normal, but it kind of defeats the advantages of the GPU version. The time to notification on the 1st image is the most important of the whole "series"
  25. cscoppa

    [tool] [tutorial] Free AI Person Detection for Blue Iris

    Biggest issue I have with the GPU version is the 1st image in a series always takes WAY longer. The GPU clock speed is probably way down during that 1st image, then it throttles up and subsequent requests are very fast. Changing the settings in Nvidia Control Panel to Prefer Maximum...
  26. cscoppa

    [tool] [tutorial] Free AI Person Detection for Blue Iris

    Ah, I see what you're saying. I guess in certain situations that might be useful. In my setup I'm only actually recording video clips when a human is detected. I haven't run into a situation (considering my BI masks) where I would need to do this. It doesn't bother me if the AI says "this is...
  27. cscoppa

    [tool] [tutorial] Free AI Person Detection for Blue Iris

    What I'm saying is I have the mask setup such that it DOESN'T send the image to the AITOOLS folder. I'm avoiding things like pots, etc. using the mask in BI. The image only goes into the AITOOLS folder if the motion is in an area that I want to track.
  28. cscoppa

    [tool] [tutorial] Free AI Person Detection for Blue Iris

    I do my masking inside BI, I find it easier and more powerful with multiple zones. Why even send the snapshot to the AI if the motion is in an area you don't want to monitor.
  29. cscoppa

    [tool] [tutorial] Free AI Person Detection for Blue Iris

    Yeah, can't go wrong with that CPU. 10 cores / 20 threads makes it very good for this task. I also am running Blue Iris. I would say having run both versions I would still run Docker for Windows and install one of the Docker builds of DeepStack. Its updated far more frequently.
  30. cscoppa

    [tool] [tutorial] Free AI Person Detection for Blue Iris

    I seriously doubt it, I have that same CPU in my main Desktop, it's a BEAST.
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