@bp2008,Try setting the "Max rate" a little higher, like to 27 FPS. This increases the size of some buffer in Blue Iris and reduces the chance that a frame will be dropped. When frames are dropped, you get video corruption. The trick is when nothing is moving you probably won't even notice a dropped frame because it wasn't going to change the scene much anyway, so they could be happening all the time and you wouldn't know.
There are diagnostic tools you can use to help determine if this is a network problem. Here is one which I created myself which allows you to rapidly ping multiple devices at once and see the response times on graphs: bp2008/pingtracer Just run this and enter the IP addresses of each of your cameras, comma separated, into the Host field. Then push the start button and increase the ping rate to 10 pings per second. Any unreliable network links should be revealed pretty quickly as they will have high latency, very spiky latency, or a significant number of dropped packets.
On Github you need to go to the Releases tab to find releases. If you've downloaded the source code there won't be an exe!What am I missing, at your link, for PT, there doesn't seem to be an executable for the program. Yeah, I'm dense.
Hehe, yup, a graph that is just a line of 0ms ping responses isn't very eye-catching, but you should see one pixel of green for each 0ms response.bp was kind enough to point me in the right direction. Once I tried it I thought it wasn't working, nothing on the graph. Then I realized there weren't any problems to be graphed. DUHHHH
Where in the wiki? Control+F for "driver" doesn't give many hits and none that seem relevant.
memory leak quicksync. Your issue is likely not driver related. You need to match the iframe interval and fps as well as disable any smart codec.Where in the wiki? Control+F for "driver" doesn't give many hits and none that seem relevant.
I have Intel UHD Graphics 630, running the latest driver - 126.96.36.19912 and I have terrible problems (every motion alert clip) with jutter on the object in motion. See these videos: video 1, video 2. Happens in both the IPC-HDW2231R-ZS and the IPC-HDW5231R-ZE. I'm using BI5 on a Elitedesk 800 G4, i5-8500; only the 2 cameras running so far.
Tried matching iframe to fps. Smart Codec was already disabled. Receive Buffer set to 20MB per other posts. No change in video.memory leak quicksync. Your issue is likely not driver related. You need to match the iframe interval and fps as well as disable any smart codec.
wifi is likely the cause of this and should have been mentioned first. You are feeding multiple cameras over wifi to the machine..packets will drop.Tried matching iframe to fps. Smart Codec was already disabled. Receive Buffer set to 20MB per other posts. No change in video.
Trying H.264 instead of H.264H. BTW - running also on Surveillance Station on Synology DS718+ with no issues in the feed/recordings. Though the SS is hardwired to the router and my BI PC is wifi for now (working to move next to router; need monitor there or figure out remote viewing from another computer).