None of them list Rule="100"
I'll have to figure that one out, but now with MD & SMD turned off and all the profiles still enabled, it seems to be working & no longer sending alerts with the wind blowing.
I'm on the right track. Tripwire seems to be easier (for now). I got intrusion working, but for some reason sometimes the system will not let me complete the box drawing. Have to play with it some more. I also need to go through the calibration procedures as this works better than it did before, but now it's not catching all of the human motion.@mike32162 In BI5, for every cam, the default list of ONVIF events should have some IVS rules that should just work for you. Set the memo to a friendly string so you will know which one was triggered when you get alerted.
Also, if you test trigger your camera IVS by walking in front of it, you can then hit the reload button on the ONVIF screen to view the XML for that event. And look at an existing rule to get an idea of how to tweak or create new rule.
Again, stick with IVS only events. And intrusion IVS rules are usually the best (versus tripwire)
Ack, forgot to calibrate that one.Post a screenshot at night with the IVS rules on it for the problematic camera. Did you do the global config for the camera - in many instances that can knock out the false trigger. Or since it is a cat, set a minimum size in the camera IVS that is larger than the cat but smaller than a person.
Yes you can send IVS image thru AI. All Code Project cares about is getting an image to look at - it doesn't care how the image was created.
Have you tried UI3 instead of the app?
Some of these are more difficult to calibrate than others, as I don't have fixed vertical objects to tape off and I'm working alone.Did you do the global config for the camera - in many instances that can knock out the false trigger.