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I have several video installations and really like Reolink. The one thing that is preventing me from switching over is the lack of a software based NVR that I can install on my own system (Linux or Windows would both be fine). I like being able to maintain my own system, install huge amounts of storage (Tens of TB), and not be stuck waiting for service if a proprietary system breaks.I know about Blue Iris (and use it in my home with Reolink), but the big drawback is it does not integrate with the Reolink motion detection (trigger recording on NVR based on camera detection of motion, allow playback filtered by human/car/pet, etc.)How about it Reolink? Is this something you could consider?
@rob_456660318671017 they have free NVR software that from what I understand runs on windows and supports ONVIF cameras. I haven't tried it because I also run Blue Iris. However the motion detection on the cameras is spot on and with it would throw a ONVIF trigger on event therefor you could start recording. I am also looking at the possibility of running a FTP server VM on my NAS so it can throw the files from SD card on it and then just delete after 30 days.
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