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If you do a FAQ search, you will get plenty of info there.I have also read through some Amazon.com reviews that provides feedback on this as well.Just do some search.
A user on the manufacturer's support forum should not have to troll through Amazon reviews to find out the results of reverse engineering.There should be a clearly accessible tab at the top that is "APIs" or "Support Documents".I'm not saying Reolink's products are bad at all, just that their communication is VERY poor (especially in this area).
This is just sad... Terrible show of "support" from Reolink.
Hey guys!This set up is using the RLN8-410 to power the PTZ. This set up is actually about a thousand miles away from me at the moment, so if there are any remote debugging vectors, please let me know. I will try a PoE injector next time I am over there.Also worth noting: The camera's PTZ works again this morning. I think it may be related to the heat, because the camera and NVR are in/on a utility shed in western Montana which is around 100 degree Fahrenheit these days. It looks like both should operate up to around 130, so not sure why they'd be failing. I'll keep a look out to see if the PTZ motors are failing in the evening when it is hot out.Thanks for the replies!
Hey guys! Lately my RLC-423 Has been experiencing this really frustrating issue where PTZ no longer works.If I try to move the camera at all (using preset positions or through the thumb sticks thing) the camera disconnects/freezes/restarts. I can no longer rotate/zoom my camera :(.Anyone know how to fix this? It is a recent change in behavior. It sounds like the motor may be busted or something.
You could try to forward the other ports. UPnP is not always supported, so you may need to open them manually for your device.
It doesn't. From my experience, using the web browser with a large quantity of video (high res video or a bunch of smaller lower res ones) its just not performant. The desktop app is a lot better if you're on a compatible device. It has a lot of stuff wrong with it (terrible DPI scaling because they refuse to use native UI for it) but it does perform pretty well, even for a large number of cameras.
I have a few things that I make sure I do when I set up a new camera:
Deer are coming to town!https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o_bLNXsHjac&feature=youtu.be
Rotating a set number of degrees (45, 90, 180) would be a god send on slow connections. It sucks trying to use the pointers to turn when it is delayed ~ 10 seconds.
Spotted another deer!https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8_wu7EPgeLU&feature=youtu.be
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