Thanks for the reply.i had some issues with BI on port 80,, so I use port 81 for blue iris and 82 for deep stack.. however i run windowed version, i have to ensure to enter 82 every time i start it.. not sure for the docker, however I would make sure its reachable at localhost.. you can always try the local ipaddress
Thius is my url
Ohhhhhhhh interesting. using localhost does not seem to work but when I use the IP 10.99.10.85 it gives me that screen. Now I just need to test to see if it will flag on detection. So do you have your dads setup to record 24x7 or just on alerts? I am trying to decide if its worth storing 24x7 video on the SAN.
Interesting... What kind of life do you get from those drives when you are always recording and deleting like that?well.. because he can affoard it!! lol yea, we have 6 12tb WD purples.. ( i personally have 1, lol, I still record, but in 2k and i get about a weeks worth of history) he was 21 days.. so with 4k cameras we needed to have plenty of storage.. but yes..
we both record 24/7 just in the event.. AI or BI misses something, but we know something happened... we can rewind... kinda like a lighting storm... lighting strike might not trigger something in back ground, but its fun to watch, lol
Thanks for your help. I'm going to give a try tomorrow.Yes.
It's actually quite easy- I didn't know how to do it till a few days ago and I couldn't find a good write up so with a bit of experimenting I found this worked..
Others may know of a much better and easier way. I think you can miss out the github bit and do it all in VS2019
Download Github desktop and set up an account and download the repository to your computer.
Download Visual Studio 2019
Open the repository you have on your computer from Github in Visual Studio 2019
Click on the repository file and then 'build'.
In the window you will see where the files are. (in the debug folder).
Copy and paste into the AITool folder after deleting (backup first) all the files except 'camera folder'.