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Having just bought RLC-823As and NVR, I have set up patrol and motion detection, but it sends a motion alert every time it moves. I understand the comparison between frames, but surely it must be possible in firmware to disable motion detection for a frame before, during and after panning, tilting or zooming?Could you please add this as an option if it's not already there, as 187 false alerts last night means this is unusable.
@user_657961133809775_657961133809775I'm glad others are noticing this! It also does it if you move to a preset point and it fights you by constantly trying to immediately return to the guard point, despite setting a 180 second delay. Doesn't always happen but more often than not. Also it you manually zoom to a location it then starts tracking objects in the field of view. Could be fine for some but in my case it spots distant cars and there is no way to stop it during that instant. As the OP says, during manual intervention, alarms and AI tracking should be momentarily disabled.
@user_657961133809775_657961133809775 Kindly check with Reolink support whether there is a newer firmware even though your version is the one shown in the download center. There is no alarm delay and object size for motion detection. I only enable person, vehicle and pet detection types and have no such issues.
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