Self-installed Linux systems will need to do a one-time upgrade from 3.9.6 to 3.9.7 via wget/dpkg. Please see the instructions under the Installation section and the links under the Files section of this post. This does not apply to UAS or NVR installs.
There is a new experimental motion detection algorithm that has very positive feedback from the beta run. We're going to leave it as experimental and opt-in for now and you can test to see if it suits your environment better. To enable it:
A couple things to know when enabling this algorithm:
Many users reported needing to make their motion zone more sensitive compared to the previous algorithm
This change will notpersist through firmware upgrades, we will be looking at incorporating it into the UI after pending feedback here.
All Linux commands below are for theNVRappliance and Debian 7. Different Linux distributions will have slightly different commands
YourUbiquitiAccount (SSO) is the same account you use tologinto the community forum. If you want to use a different account forUniFiVideo, first log out of the community before setting upUniFiVideo for cloud access
Systems that are not the hardwareNVR(airVision-C orUVC-NVR) must have some form of anNTPdaemoninstalled to prevent timestamp and time synchronization errors
Windows: Run Installer as Administrator
HardwareNVR/Debian Install manual installation (other Linux files are linked at the bottom of this post, simply change the URL andfilenameto the appropriate operating system):
Fixed database auto-repair being interrupted due to corrupted DB journals
Improved support for UI feedback when UniFi-Video is started
Fixed illegal path exception when upgrading Debian installation package from the web app
Fixed backup restore regression introduced in 3.9.6
Minor update for GDPR compliance
Improved UniFi Video start-up feedback
Removed aggressive anti-flicker setting from UVC-G3-Pro settings
Added IR sensitivity setting to UVC-G3-Pro
Added play rates to video playback in fullscreen video
In Live View, when switching between Live and Recording channels, the video temporarily freezes. This is also causing recording at that moment to freeze when played back. We have identified the root cause and it is not a trivial fix. Stay tuned for a future release that resolves this bug.
We are aware of some issues with the iOS app and have addressed it by rolling back to a known working version on as many models as possible.
iPhone X users will continue to experience audio issues for the time being, we will be working as quickly as possible to resolve this as well as incorporate the full support for new camera models in the form of iOS App updates.