I've been using TinyCam for a few months now, and I think, it's a very well thought-out app. One area that's giving me trouble, though, is false positives. I'll be as specific as I can: In-app motion detection Video source: Blue Iris / v4 / H264 Sensivity: 35 Now, it would make sense to reduce sensitivity, right? I did lower it to 25.... only to start getting more false alarms. How do I know, those are false? By cross-checking them with Blue Iris. No continuous recording. No recording within TinyCam, either. So, technically speaking, I can't be 100% certain, nothing happens. One thing I know, though,is that Blue Iris is unlikely to miss potential events in this area, since there's more than one cam watching it from different angles. Plus, for some reason, those false alarms mostly happen at night, when the area is illuminated with LED lamps. Last night, I experienced two of those within 15 minutes while holding the phone in my hand and looking at the live feed in near real time. The scene is indoors, so no moving trees, etc. Questions for the dev: * is a 10% drop in sensitivity not enough? * how can a drop in sensitivity increase the number of alarms? * could it be something to do with LED light spectrum, power fluctuations etc.?