Hello there, thank you for the feedback. We want to clarify that we are not selling your information.
You are seeing that our app is accessing a facebook website and that is because login via Facebook is allowed on our app. Once the app is activated, the Facebook SDK will work and the app will connect to that site automatically.
@sim-stoe_440287659622543 I am going to assume you have an AI camera. The camera recording post clip can be lowered to 15 secs. Installation and position of the camera are critical for us DIY. Have the field of view record what is essential to prevent false alarms. Having it face the road or public property creates more things to filter. If not, use the detection zone and gray out the area you don't want to create an alarm,
@it_484462163448014 Do you use the NVR monitor to view? If your monitor UI is different, you can try to view this article to assign the camera channels.
We are operating on NVR accessing via Web (on the same LAN). At this point I understand that the interface by connecting the device directly is more complete than that via the Web, we did not know it (we will do the tests and update you).
Note that all cameras with 4K or above resolution and 4MP smart battery-powered cameras feature H.265 video format. If you prefer H.264 video format, you may take a look at the 5MP IP cameras instead. Hope this helps.
@it_484462163448014 Thank you for the info. One more question, if we were to configure an auto system to remove data after 48 hours, shall we delete the data at a time? Or, is it acceptable to overwrite the previous data gradually?
Here is an example for your reference. A camera is recording continuously and it has produced some video files 2 days ago. Now it is Day 3. Shall all the video files generated on Day 1 be deleted immediately? Or they can be overwritten gradually and maintain the video files generated in the last 48 hours?