Want to find Seattle-area BlueIris Installer

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martynl
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Want to find Seattle-area BlueIris Installer

Post by martynl » Fri Jul 03, 2020 2:16 am

I am about to install cameras and a recording system inside my house. The goal is not home security but to observe our new son and nanny when we are at work.

My tentative preference (for various reasons) is a PC-based solution and BlueIris (or maybe similar) software. But I know very little about this, so I am looking to find a company in the Seattle area with experience of installing BlueIris based systems.

Can anyone recommend a company with this experience? So far every company I talk to just wants to sell me NVRs and has never done a PC-based system.

Thanks,

Martyn Lovell
hashthis
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Re: Want to find Seattle-area BlueIris Installer

Post by hashthis » Sat Aug 01, 2020 12:42 am

Did anyone ever get an answer to this? I also need this.
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TimG
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Re: Want to find Seattle-area BlueIris Installer

Post by TimG » Sun Aug 02, 2020 4:02 pm

Hi Guys,

Blue Iris is an enthusiasts dream, and it is totally full of things that you can tweak. It will work with IP cameras from multiple vendors, allowing you to build the system you need. A NVR is the opposite. One (or two) types of camera, and fit and forget. My opinion is that you will not find many companies installing BI5, as they don't want to be called out twice a week when a Windows update has upset your BI5 pc :shock:

The installation of internal nanny cam systems is probably as easy as it gets for cctv, because you don't need super high resolution cameras with maxed out IP ratings, IR lighting, or zoned triggers. The difficult part would be pulling the wires - unless you find a good wifi solution.

We can help you with any user questions, but since this is the official Blue Iris forum, I can only tell you that BI5 rulez :lol:
Blue Iris v5.3.1.5 | Win10 x64 version 2004 | Dahua IPC-HDW5231R-ZE, Foscam R2, Ertech 4MP, 2 analogue cameras on Euresys Picolo Pro 2 | Intel i5-3330 CPU, 8GB Ram, Multiple SSD and HD | TVMosaic.
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