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- Thu Aug 20, 2020 2:15 am
- Forum: Network cameras
- Topic: List Of Supported Cameras
- Replies: 6
- Views: 4498
I am using about 15 different Chinese odd ball cameras and a couple Dahua and BI detected all of them and categorized them as generic/ONVIF and assigned various Main and Sub stream inputs.
I have some Chinese cams that default to /0 on the main stream box.. I entered /1 in the sub stream box and works well. Does not hurt to experiment. If it works the camera will be displayed within a few seconds of saving when you enter OK.... Then in the settings GENERAL tab it will show the main st...
If you 'loose' your drive with Blue Iris and do not have a backup of your settings then when you install it on the new drive you can just enter your ID and BI registration number and it will activate. It will cancel the activation of the former setup.
- Wed Jun 24, 2020 6:14 am
- Forum: PC configuration
- Topic: hardware Acceloration
- Replies: 13
- Views: 14313
I have the same i7 4790 but only 16g ram I have not tried hardware acceleration yet. With 20 cameras recording 10 to 15 fps, direct to disk. All cameras are set to use the newer SUB STREAM feature which Ken has managed to get most of the bugs out during the last 2 releases within the last week. My C...
- Sun Jun 21, 2020 5:50 pm
- Forum: Blue Iris 5
- Topic: Performance tuning: a surprising result, have others had this?
- Replies: 2
- Views: 2713
10 to 15 fps is fine in BI Wait until you try the new sub stream feature that was implemented in recent updates. I run 20 cameras on an gen one i7 and my CPU usage ran near 90% with my fps set at from 10 to 15. After configuring the sub streams it now runs around 25% CPU. Actually you are in good sh...