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RLC-823A & RLC-523WA Tracking Beta 4.0 Firmware: Added Auto-tracking Horizontal Range & Schedule
@reolink-fiona I want it to track during night, I'm not gonna toggle that every evening and morning As mentioned in my suggestion in suggestion box, maybe a schedule, or make it actually don't care when the sensitivity is set to 1 (or 0 if implemented).
@reolink-fiona Manually toggle tracking on/off is not the ideal use for me. The idea is to either make it possible with schedule or make it don't track when sensitivity is set to 1 (or 0 if implemented) during a period of time.Guard point is for X seconds, I'm suggesting it be working for several hours straight, also by schedule maybe?Or settings like: at 10:00 go to X, at 06:00 go to Y.
Right now my camera tracks persons during "off hours" and I don't want that.If the sensitivity/"off mode of tracking" is not implemented or working I'm suggesting maybe a standby mode?During these hours the camera goes to sleep.Or, going to another spot (facing a wall or something).The second suggestion maybe can be useful for other users with special security needs during specific hours during day or night?Example: During night the camera checks the gate/driveway. During the day it turns to check a entrance door. Maybe useful with different zoom depending on the time of the day.
Got a RLC-823A mounted and have set the sensitivity for the motion detection to 1 (why not 0?) during daytime. Still the camera auto track when people/cars are moving in front of the camera.Schedule for recording and so on is "correct" because they aren't triggered during this time when there is movements.Have I missed something or is the firmware (latest) bad and don't understand I just want it to stay still and don't move during the day? Otherwise - I would recommend the dev's to add some sort of setting to decide when auto tracking is on/off.
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