I would be very nice to be able to specify push notifications for certain motion zones. Especially for Cameras that are monitoring outdoor areas where only certain zones would have a higher risk/priority then others.
Take for instance this image of my zones. It would be nice to still record on motion for all areas but to only get notifications for the yard or driveway. As a car going by every 5 mins would be more of a false negative to me then something worth looking at. Obviously i have many other false negatives that factor in like shadows and trees/bushes swaying but it would definitely be helpful to specify a zone as either a motion/notfication zone or just just a motion zone.
In the event of a network failure, Unifi cameras cannot record to the NVR. This means all video is lost. There should be an option, if network fails, to record to an SD card.
If possible, additional settings should be available. For instance, normal operation records to an NVR on motion only. During a network failure, camera(s) record to the SD card at all times. In addition, it would be very useful if when the network comes up again, you have the option to move all video from the SD card to your NVR (or other external location).
I'd like to have the ability to automatically archive recordings to external storage. The situation is a manufacturing plant with several cameras (20+) doing full daytime recording. They need to retain recordings for a year or more in case of a Workers Comp claim. Having that much storage inside a single server is not pratical (over 150gb/day of video is generated), so being able to archive off to external storage that can be swapped and stored would be needed. The Video files could then be viewed on a device the external storage is plugged into without the need to install uniFi Video. I would like to see the days recordings from each camera archived into hour long files and copied to the external storage. There are some clunkly external ways of doing this, but It would be so much nicer to be built into UniFi Video.
I currently have 16 outdoor security cameras with IR running in the 850nm wavelength.
Most cameras have a 50ft IR range with a couple at 100ft. The IR on the cameras wasn't strong enough to reach important areas of the backyard. I purchased a 400ft IR Illuminator and installed it on one of the trees in the backyard aiming at what I wanted to have lit up.
These can be purchased in many places, but I figured it would be a great option for another product in the Ubiquiti Store. These Illuminators are great. If placed in the right location, you only need one. I've attached a picture of a screenshot on one of the backyard cameras. The IR on the camera has a 50ft range but you will see where the Illuminator is located as it is a bit obvious with how bright it is. It lights up the driveway all the way through the back yard to the gate and shed. Its pointed down a bit too far currently as you can tell by the brightness of the snow.
In any event.....illuminators would be a great addition to the Ubiquiti line of Video Accessories.
Could we please get consistent PoE requirements across devices? The UVC-G3-DOME will work with any of my PoE switches. The UVC-G3 won't work with any (including my 802.11at switch). It's 2016 for pete's sake. I shouldn't have to use your injector to power a camera when I have my own PoE switches.
It's a standard. Why can't you adhere to it?
I would like to see a much wider range of sensitivity adjustment and also a separate setting for delta. In some situations the low light without IR is more desirable as the IR makes the image blurred and the IR false trigger on dust, bugs, etc.
What I propose is a picklist range from perhaps -5 to +5 instead of just the 3 presently available.
As for the delta, in some installations, the IR reflection may cause the camera to flip/flop as the IR illumination triggers the sensor to turn off the IR. It is not always possible to relocate the camera away from the source of reflection.
Please can you change the NVR software to send email alerts
From: "The Name Of My NVR" <the email of my nvr>
From: "UniFi Video" <the email of my nvr>
because I have more than one to look after and some email clients don't show the email address when a friendly name is present, which could lead to me becoming confused when they all just say they're "UniFi Video", and I'm easily confused.
I would like to see a recording light and manual record button within the live view when only record on motion is enabled. There are times when I have been monitoring the live feed and can plainly see activity occurring on one of the cameras, but due to either the motion not meeting the established percentage or maybe not long enough, no recording takes place. I would like to have the ability to see for sure in the live feed when the cameras are recording an event and when they are not (think red light on a camcorder) and if I see activity and the camera is not recording for one reason or another, to have the ability to manually start recording without having to leave the live stream. I believe this would be very helpful for those systems that are monitored often.
When motion is detected, professionals don't want an email. We want to integrate with other systems and respond accordingly.
AXIS accomplishes this by giving you a field in which to enter a URL that the camera will POST to upon motion being detected over the set threshold.
When motion detected for 4 seconds load: http://www.mydomain.com/events/motion.php?action=alarm
It would make the Unifi Platform that much more compelling of a business decision.
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- Auto Refresh Live View when Server Down - Kiosk Mode
- Live View - Motion Trigger Highlight Camera
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- Consistent external design
- "Snooze" Motion Detected Emails
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