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@reolink-lorenz I wonder if auto-zoom can also be added. Its nice tracking can detect a person but zooming would might make it possible to see their face.
Just thought I'd throw this out there, the new firmware seems to be working as advertised.I would still like to have auto tracking while patrolling.I would like to have 4 preset patrol points but have it auto track and stay with any moving targets (person or car) in those zones.
@big_ted It just means the change in quality isn't detectable to the human eye. The same thing happens with audio, after while the change in quality isn't undetectable to our ears. In this case I would keep the bitrate up since it might make a difference when you zoom in on something you want to see like a face or a license plate etc...
@robert-leyzerovich_519547077562499 Thanks but that would leave the camera in position for 5 minutes even when a car speeds through the zone. Here's what I'm looking for, lets say a person walking their dog comes across our gra*s. The camera will track them up to the guard point setting them return to the set point. I would like it to keep tracking them as long as it can so we can see whose dogs are taking dumps on our gra*s. That way we can get the owners to pick it up.Suppose a robber walks through the guard point on their way to a window. The camera will track them up to the guard point setting them return to the set point. I would like it to stay on the person and film them intruding our premise so we have evidence to give police.Otherwise it's working just fine returning to the set point for things that move quickly through the zone.
I had logged into our RLN8-410 (N3MB01) via a web browser and was trying to see if I can get one of the camera's to stream outside of the NVR.I went to turn off the RTMP switch that I had enabled to test and accidentally turned off the HTTP switch at the same time (I don't see either of those switches in the client or directly on the NVR). Now I can't find the switch to turn it back on? Anyway to re-enable web access without resetting the NVR to default?
Hello,Has anyone tried a wireless mouse with the RLN8-410 (N3MB01)? Is there one that works extremely well and has a long range?We have the NVR downstairs in the boiler room since that's where the wires left the building. But the monitor is up one floor in the office. I'm trying to figure out a way to control the NVR from the office without the expense of moving it upstairs.Also, there's only one USB port? How do you upgrade the firmware when the mouse is in that port?
@chuck_529633235447953 This is the switch I accidentally turned off, what it doesn't say is how to turn it back on once it's been turned off and the switch no longer appears in that screen. Any help please?https://support.reolink.com/hc/en-us/articles/900004435763-How-to-Set-up-Reolink-Ports-Settings-via-Reolink-Client-New-Client-?source=search
@bearhug To answer your question about how the light will impact it, the light will make the picture change to color at night if it's bright enough which I believe it is. Not really a worry, it's actually a better view at night.I found turning on the IR at night causes a messy and distorted picture. You may find the picture looks a lot better with the IR off.
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