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I recently upgraded from the old "Reolink Client" v126.96.36.199 to the new "Reolink" app v8.1.20 on both my Mac and on my PC. While most of the new features are great, such as 4x playback, and the performance improvement is good, I can't figure out how to get more than 1 camera to play back simultaneously. In the old v188.8.131.52 it worked, and I could see simultaneous playback from multiple cameras with overlapping views, which is very important for many security applications:but I can't find a way to add more than 1 channel in the new version, even though it clearly shows that it should support 4 channels of playback:The Knowledge Base contains this article with conflicting information. One part reads:
Note: You can only playback one device at a time on Reolink App and Web browser.
How to Playback Recordings of Multiple Cameras at the Same Time on Reolink Client (Mac)
double click in the Playback window, which causes it to split into four smaller windows."intuitive"? no. Maybe at some point there will be a user guide to the new Client.
double click in the Playback window, which causes it to split into four smaller windows.”intuitive”? no.
Thanks! That works, and is completely non-intuitive. How did you figure it out?For Reolink, please consider having a standard "n-Up" selector in the Playback window, just as you do for Live View.
Would love to take credit, BUT.... This question came up several weeks ago and "Double Click" was the answer.There are days that I move the mouse around the screen clicking to see if anything happens.
Would love to take credit, BUT.... This question came up several weeks ago and ”Double Click” was the answer.There are days that I move the mouse around the screen clicking to see if anything happens.
LOL! I manage a software development team at work, and madly clicking around or banging on the keyboard is how I test for bugs.
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