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Switching from another brand and the software seems to be lacking the one feature I used the most. A single screen timeline event viewer where I could see all motion capture events from all cameras on the system. This single feed would start at the newest first and allow me to "follow" someone by viewing the recorded clips as they crossed my yard triggering multiple cameras.Users could quickly see if any events were recently captured by any cameras rather than having to click into every camera individually to see events.
@freeman_705005673685206 This is indeed a good suggestion. So this shall somehow rely on push notifications which on its arrival the application shall register the event together with the timestamp. The issue I can see is the limitation of the number of push notifications per application on Android which is limited to 24. Thereafter any further push notifications are rejected. Can you elaborate how it works on the other client? Please submit a request to Reolink support.
@joseph_1979 On other systems I have used it is just a menu item on the app. Maybe on the top of the app where you have Cameras/Cloud/IoT a menu item that says events.Click on it and it will read from whatever REO database has all these events timestamps that appear when I select an individual camera and order them by newest to oldest for all cameras (or I am sure you can select a group of cameras). You can then click on the thumbnails from there and view the event. I use it now with another companies interface and I see a thumbnail of a person from my road camera who triggered a motion event. Then I see them in the next thumbnail on a camera on the side of my house, then the next from the camera on my back property line. I can easy see the entire sequence of motion events and determine this was the neighbor kid taking a short cut through the yard and nothing to worry about.Right now if I saw the same kid walking one way down my road I would have to click on each of my other REO cameras to see if any other cameras picked him up which is a complete pain. If all the motion events were together in one feed it would be very easy to see which direction they came from and if any other cameras picked them up.
@freeman_705005673685206 Can you confirm or otherwise that the recordings from the cameras are forwarded to the cloud? This is the easiest way to implement. Otherwise the client has to query each camera and populate the thumbnails and this entails time especially if some cameras are battery operated. It may even pose some issues to play a selected thumbnail.
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