I simply downloaded the windows version, installed it, and then went into BI and it worked. I didn't have to change ports or localhost.
Have you tried building custom models?I used Deepstack with AITools quite a while back and also found the it worked perfectly during the day but was hit and miss during the night, since then I stopped using it and now rely upon in camera detection which does have more false positives but at least nothing is missed.
Great addition to BI.
I've been running BI with Deepstack in docker for desktop (also available for windows now) (1 standard model and 1 custom model) for over 9 months now and runs brilliantly. deepquestai/deepstack:latest .
But I use the modified version of the AI tool from:
Which has so many options and configurations. This developer is releasing new versions all the time and responds to requests very fast.
So I'm thinking I am better off staying with my current setup.
Unless someone can shed some light on what advantage this BI AI option has please.
Yes, right now yours says it will take one more pic 5 seconds after the first one to send to analyze. You can change either one to better fit your cameras field of view and when the object enters.
I think you have it backwards (or maybe I do).Also in AI settings, if I put car:80 in cancel, that would mean any alert with less than 80% confidence that it's a car won't be a confirmed alert correct? Right after sunset, I started getting car alerts even though there were no cars but plenty of car flashlights but all of them were in the 50's and 60's