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I am surprised no one has asked this and the option does not exist. This is another major problem with the Reolink solution for any type of time lapse recording with the Reolink GO.Since we are unable to take pictures at intervals, we have motion detection at a high sensitivity resulting in about 350 videos per day recording on the cloud. I would process these videos to create the time lapse manually.THE PROBLEM, which seems fairly easy to fix, is that there is NO DOWNLOAD BUTTON when selecting multiple videos. I have to click all 300 videos PER CAMERA PER DAY to download them. When you select all, you are given the option to only delete the selected videos... why not add a DOWNLOAD button?
It's actually ridiculous that this is not a feature. I tried using macro programs to automate the downloading, nothing works besides clicking one at a time. Reolink is not the solution for me... sorry.
I agree, This is ridiculous there is no download ALL options
Dear All, Sorry for any inconvenience caused. I will submit this requirement and hope it will be added soon. Thanks for your support of our product. Have a nice day.
Any update on this??? This is a very needed feature and seems very easy to implement..
Had I known this function was not available in 2022, I would have NOT purchased the product/service. This is the first and last Reolink camera I will buy.
@zumaron_617744178155576 Do any battery trail cams and similar battery cellular linked cams do what you want? Maybe the reason is downloading so much data at one time might drain the battery too quickly. For cams at home hooked up to a cloud subscription, I don't know of any brand that lets you download all the cloud videos at once. The brands I know about only let you download one video at a time, I assume this is industry standard. Downloading a lot of videos at one time would put more strain on their servers, imagine thousands of customers doing this all at once.
@md Exactly. It is not a matter of programming. One has to see it from all perspective.
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