Discussion in 'Blue Iris' started by bp2008, Nov 1, 2017.
I have not seen this.
Turns out the VM I'm running
Blue Iris on has been low on available memory, hence the inconsistent unable to service this request errors. Disregard! Thanks.
Any idea why I get this when trying to play alert clips? (Using Chrome/Chromium)
@Jeff Elzy Most likely some third-party proxy server is interfering with the video stream response. It could be, for example, an anti-malware service on your PC.
Not sure about that, this error occurs on local network, and even on the computer running BI5. Only security software running is the built in windows one.
If you can make me a temporary user account and send login details by private message, I can log in and see what I see.
It is almost certainly some kind of error message where the video stream should be. You can look for yourself if you open Chrome's developer
tools (CTRL + SHIFT + I) and open the Network tab, then cause the error, and inspect the response of the video stream request.
After the last update, the preview animations (which are fantastic BTW) initially show up large, then reduce in size and start playing. I like to rapidly go through the alerts by looking at the previews and this size change makes it a harder to do that. Is this something that was introduced on purpose? Could it be made into an option? I'm using the HTML5 player on Chrome 77.0 with UI3 version 70 and BI version 126.96.36.199.
@TD22057 I don't know if your message got lost in time or what, but the issue you speak of was fixed August 13th with UI3 version 89 (we're now on version 92) and
Blue Iris is on 188.8.131.52.
What causes UI3 to do that weird flickering and flashing on the yellow/orange alert border?
Blue Iris glitchiness. UI3 doesn't add those borders. Blue Iris does.
So everyone gets the flashing orange around triggered cameras?
Yeah and it is annoying. Not sure how you can remove it?
Higher frame rate on the webcast or something? Higher resolution doesn't do anything
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