Hikvision Human detection trigger in Blue Iris

RabenFlug

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Dear BI experts,
I'm using BI now for some years with some Hikvision cameras and I'm very happy with it!
The latest Hikvision cameras came with a KI feature to detect Humans (or cars), for example the feature is built in the DS-2CD2326G1-I.

I would be very interested if I could use this camera internal trigger to trigger a recording in blue iris. Has anyone of you found out how I could use the trigger with the cameras?

Many regards
chris
 

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Have you tested the feature yet separately to see how accurate (or not) it’s detection is?
 

RabenFlug

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Have you tested the feature yet separately to see how accurate (or not) it’s detection is?
I haven't tested the function right now but I just found out how to get it interacting with BI. Maybe, some of the steps are not necessary. nevertheless I'll write all my steps down. What we need is to enable the ONVIF protocoll onb the hikvision camera.
1. Open the HikVision Camera web interface, login
2. Navigate to Network --> Advanced Settings --> Integration protocol
3. Check the [X]enable ONVIF checkbox
4. Add a user to the user list, in my case I created the same Operator "admin" user as I use to access the camera from BI
5. save the configuration
6. Navigate to Event-->Smart event
7. There are several events, for example the "area detection", define a area here and check the [X]Persons Checkbox
8. RESTART THE CAMERA
9. In BI in the Camera settings, Video-->Network/IP-->Configure check the [x]Get events with PullPointSubscriptions
10. In the Cameras "Trigger" tab, check Sources --> [X]Cameras digital input or motion alarm

After doing this, the camera events triggers BI to trigger a recording...
good luck!
 

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I haven't tested the function right now but I just found out how to get it interacting with BI. Maybe, some of the steps are not necessary. nevertheless I'll write all my steps down. What we need is to enable the ONVIF protocoll onb the hikvision camera.
1. Open the HikVision Camera web interface, login
2. Navigate to Network --> Advanced Settings --> Integration protocol
3. Check the [X]enable ONVIF checkbox
4. Add a user to the user list, in my case I created the same Operator "admin" user as I use to access the camera from BI
5. save the configuration
6. Navigate to Event-->Smart event
7. There are several events, for example the "area detection", define a area here and check the [X]Persons Checkbox
8. RESTART THE CAMERA
9. In BI in the Camera settings, Video-->Network/IP-->Configure check the [x]Get events with PullPointSubscriptions
10. In the Cameras "Trigger" tab, check Sources --> [X]Cameras digital input or motion alarm

After doing this, the camera events triggers BI to trigger a recording...
good luck!
Having an issue setting this up, my cameras are set to record continuously, but would like an alert set. Do i need to change port or anything. I have a PTZ with smart tracking.

Thanks for your help.
 

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In recent versions of Blue Iris, on the Alerts tab, you'll need to make sure the ONVIF checkbox is also checked.
 
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