- Apr 5, 2017
- Reaction score
- Brooklyn, NY
Got me looking in the right direction, I noticed the other cams using AI did not show this. I had forgotten to uncheck "save deepstack analysis details"Just a guess but BI/DS periodically saves a jpg for comparison to determine the "occupied" status.
Wow that's really bad what model camera is it, does it have smart IRHere's a few sample of night captures of vehicles. Let me know if you want htem.
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If you have that much light did you try running the camera in color at night. Below is a clip from my 5442T-ZEThose are both 5442T-ZE. IR is off and they rely on streetlight only. These are not primarily traffic cameras but are actually watching our lower front yard. In the process they get the street traffic. I use clones for tracking that and these caps are from those clones.
Below are my settings, as you can see no motion blur.YEs, I've forced color at night and it's not enough unless gain, compensation and noise reduction are rather high which results in way too much blur. One camera is looking toward the street light, the other camera has the streetlight further away from it.
Holy Crap those are some high settings. But they seem to work in your field of view.
The two settings that helped the monition blur is turning down the sharpness and 2D NR.Holy Crap those are some high settings. But they seem to work in your field of view.
I have not swung mine out that high, but going to try now and see if it results in an improvement.