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@reolink-fiona Thank you for that, again that explains a lot. You would need to advise people of this, as most would clearly think that cloud recording would be based on the same schedules and AI filters as the SD recording. As it is, Cloud recording on can result in appreciable more battery usage than with it off, depending on the AI filters.
@reolink-fiona Thank you for the explanation.In relation to cloud recording, I am find some recordings on the cloud service that should not be there, i.e. they occured at times that I have excluded camera recording, and there is no equivalent recording on the SD card. Can you advise how it is possible to have cloud recordings triggered and stored, without having recordings on the local SD card. I would expect that cloud would only have recordings that have also been stored on the SD card.
@imcneill_467871306096807 Also further to the above, if PIR detected is a pre-requisite for recording to be triggered, if the PIR is turned off in the settings, how does recording get triggered.
Can someone please clarify how the detection system works in the 3 pro. There are various settings. I note that the PIR spec says it is good for a max of 9 meters and is better picking up transverse movement than movement towards the camera, I understand this.To be clear, does there need to be detection by the PIR initially for any possible activation of recording/notification, i.e. is it PIR first and then the detection AI kicks in to determine if it is a person/vehicle/other and the rules determin if it should be ignored.. In other words, can recording be triggered by the AI alone, or must the PIR have detected something first ?
Hi there,I have a schedule set for recording and the same schedule set for notifications. Can you advise why the status light (blue light) lights up if it detects movement outside of the schedule, I have similarly noted that the infrared leds also light up outside of schedule. Given it has been told neither to record not to notify, one one assume the camera would be it its most power-frugal mode during times when it can not possible record or notify ?
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