The only way to achieve this would be to write custom script that retrieves the log repeatedly on a short interval and parses it. It would get complex fast, as you would need to deal with things like network errors, authentication errors (viewing the log requires an admin session) and seeing the same log entries multiple times.@bp2008 Request: Since UI3 can access system log (see screenshot), is it possible to define if-then-else logic such that when UI3 sees a specific event/regex string in system log, like an external trigger event, then switch current displayed group to a specific group. And optionally, after X minutes, switch back to previous or predefined group. There could be several if-then-else regex.
I know this might not be technically possible, but I decided to ask in the slim chance you had some magic trick.
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Correct. I have long-since let Ken know I'm interested in being able to play back video by passing in a start date, but have had zero traction on it.
So then this is something that you can do but you need Ken to approve it? If so, is there a way to vote on new features so Ken can see how many people are interested in it?Correct. I have long-since let Ken know I'm interested in being able to play back video by passing in a start date, but have had zero traction on it.
UI3 pops up that message when the disk usage numbers provided by BI don't add up as expected. Happens to mine too and in most cases it isn't a big deal.
Yeah, that button downloads the clip exactly as it is on the disk. There's probably something strange in your BI web server configuration or file system permissions causing BI to be unable to host those files as it normally does. You aren't the only one who has seen this error.
Yeah only Blue Iris can play .bvr files properly. Exporting to a more compatible format is advisable. The best bet for compatibility is to export mp4 from Blue Iris's local console, since mp4 works in more modern players than avi. UI3 can't export mp4 format yet.2. I can't have anyone view that video as far as I know unless they have BI as well? (like if I were to give clip to police for evidence). I just export as avi which works great, but something I'm curious and thought I mention
Answered by @bp2008 last month in post #1810here.This may be Brave browser related, but lately I've been seeing an error when I return to the UI3 tab after a few minutes... It's an orange box that states something like "your session may have expired, page will reload momentarily". Is there a server/UI3/browser setting that could be causing this? I'll try to grab a screen shot of it the next time it happens if my description isn't enough...
FWIW, this is how my IE11, Firefox and Chrome all handle the timeout which is what's expected.Thanks @TonyR, but unfortunately, that's not the timeout I'm experiencing. That one, which by default is set to 10 minutes, causes the browser to log out and requires re-credentialing. When it happens, the video streams stop, and the page goes to a simple text explanation that says the session is over - and you have to manually log back in again.