Hard to say what your TV might be doing. My 2015 Samsung Smart TV's browser performs so appallingly bad that UI3, UI2, and even old jpegpull are unusable.That seems to do the trick, however, the video feed is jittery now. It almost seems like the quality is constantly dropping and recovering.
Where exactly does it hang?Also, is there a way to reset the UI3 settings for a device without logging in? I seemed to have changed a setting that is making it hang on the initial loading page after logging in and cant get to the settings menu.
Thanks for the help!
This isn't something I am really capable of in UI3. I never even managed it in UI2 despite it being much more feasible in a UI that only does jpeg video. Your best bet is to suggest to Blue Iris support that dewarping be added for live viewing. I'm actually a bit surprised that it still is only available for playing recordings.Perhaps there is a way, but I've not found it yet... I'd like to be able to rotate a 360 fisheye cam in the live view. The zoom works great, but for the 360 view most is upside down or sideways. I currently have BI splitting the recorded stream into two halves and that is great for looking back, but using HTML 5 or js to rotate the live image would be sweet! Thanks for all your work. This interface is sweet!
Thanks again for the help. It hangs right after login at the pop-up that shows the status bars when it's getting ready to run.Hard to say what your TV might be doing. My 2015 Samsung Smart TV's browser performs so appallingly bad that UI3, UI2, and even old jpegpull are unusable.
Where exactly does it hang?
I just added a new page to the UI3 distribution which can be used to clear all existing UI3 settings, however since it isn't in a published release yet you will need to "install" it manually.
Here it is: https://raw.githubusercontent.com/bp2008/ui3/master/ui3/reset.htm
Save that page to your ui3 directory (C:\Program Files\Blue Iris 4\www\ui3), then open it in the browser.
Yeah, go ahead and edit UI3's streaming profiles however you see fit. You can set the FPS individually for each profile.Thanks again for the help. It hangs right after login at the pop-up that shows the status bars when it's getting ready to run.
What is strange is my Samsung TV (2018) worked awesome on UI2 (even HLS worked good). It is only UI3 that is jittery. I'm wondering if it is choking on the frames or something. Can I limit the FPS that the TV is getting but everything else is normal?
My blue Iris web page is now displaying correctly in Chrome with the H.264 video stream, what changed was that my Bitdefender Total Security 2019 updated to build 220.127.116.11 a few days ago and now the H.264 stream works fine, something was changed in the latest release that has corrected the issue. Bitdefender support was not at all helpful and did not appear to know that the update was going to fix the problem, there was also no need to rename the httpproxy.dll as mentioned in other threads.Thanks! Can you post here if you get a reply?
I don't know what you are talking about.Does UI3 have a way to Export clips in the background like the mobile app? As in using the default server exporting instead of to the viewing device.
In the mobile app, if you long press on a clip, you have the options to "Flag", "Export", and so on. The Export button marks the clip for exporting, which exports the clip to the destination set in the console settings. It's does the same "Export" thing that right clicking a clip in the local console does.I don't know what you are talking about.
UI3's clip export does take over the UI and prevent normal streaming while it is exporting, but you can open a new tab if you need the export to happen in the background.