Probably needs a reboot.Strange, UI3 not working today???
As part of my daily routine, I log onto UI3 and take a look at anything that transpired overnight, especially after midnight. I have done this daily for the past 18 months. Going to check my BI PC console which is in my shop to see what has changed.
Sounds like BI is having trouble serving the timeline video at all. Does it work okay when you are on local wifi or a wired LAN? Or on a different device?Can anyone tell me how I go about troubleshooting to fix incredibly slow seek times when using the timeline on mobile?
My BI server is connected to a 50 mbit upload connection, and yet I continuously get 'the video stream was lost, attempting to reconnect' error.
How can I make this faster?
P.S. viewing individual clips from the clips tab seems to work just fine.
Seems to work fine on local wifi/wired LAN.Sounds like BI is having trouble serving the timeline video at all. Does it work okay when you are on local wifi or a wired LAN? Or on a different device?
@actran Please try Blue Iris 126.96.36.199. If you still don't get overlays when scrolled back on the timeline, try right clicking the video and using the "Text/graphic overlays > Force ON" option. Those options were broken on my system but Ken fixed them for 188.8.131.52 and hopefully that fixes your problem too.@bp2008 No rush. When I playback a clip in Clips tab, the playback includes my overlays (overlays have been enabled in camera config).
However, when I playback same triggered event in Timeline tab, the overlays are not there.
UI3 version 223, Blue Iris version: 184.108.40.206
Any chance we can support overlays in Timeline tab for single camera playback? and possibly during group playback?
Thanks for making me re-read the guide for sub-streams. I did not have the sub-stream rate the same as the main-stream which caused the issue.@ericINT I'm not sure.. How did you limit the FPS and Kbps? Have you recently enabled "Direct-to-wire" mode in the BI web server > Advanced > Configure (Encoder options)? Or "Direct-to-wire" within a UI3 streaming profile? That feature could cause compatibility problems. Are you using sub streams? If your sub streams are configured weird, it can cause streaming problems especially once it tries to switch to the main stream after you click on a camera. There's a guide for sub streams.
I will set all three up on JS and will post back. TY
Good idea. But if there is a way for the browser to keep it awake, I'd prefer that route. They've all been de-bloated and neutered/firewalled. I'd prefer to keep background things to a minimum.I run "Alive!" on my fire tablets Android app to keep them from having their screen shut off.