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I have a Reolink Go and I want to use it to regular get an image from the location I monitor (every hour) and put that image somewhere where it can be further processed.I'm looking for options that would allow me to
An API seems only available for devices with a public IP address, which the Reolink Go doesn't have, and I also didn't find any option to integrate with an FTP server or cloud service (I live in Germany should that matter)I noticed that the Reolink client on Windows is an Electron app, so I guess there should be a way to access the cam using some API, but that doesn't seem to be documented.Are there any options I could achieve what I want? Any help is welcome.
@reolink2022-03_512771546226825 If your GO is with the nano-SIM card, you can set up the timelapse on the APP.https://support.reolink.com/hc/en-us/articles/900002834583-How-to-Set-up-Time-Lapse-via-Reolink-App If you set the email to receive the picture as the alert, you can set up the email interval. Then you will receive only one picture during the interval.https://support.reolink.com/hc/en-us/articles/360004189434-How-to-Set-up-E-mail-via-Reolink-App
@reolink-fiona Thanks for your help, Fiona, that really looked promising. However, I wasn't able to get this working. When I set up a timelapse as by the help article, the app will often no longer be able to connect to the camera while the timelapse recording is ongoing, sometimes there is no connection at all possible, sometimes the camera just shows a grey image. At the end of the timelapse recording, there are either no pictures taken, or there are only grey pictures. In no case there are emails sent out with an image attached, although emails are configured to be sent with pictures attached. Do you have any ideas what might be the problem here?Edit: fyi email configuration is done properly, and test messages sent by the cam are received. I figured, the unresponsive camera might be related to a "too short" intervall. Everything with intervals in the seconds to minute range seems to overload the camera. Could that be the case? But why are no images taken then?
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