Just wish Milestone would support more cameras....especially the CCDCAM ones!!!Or CCDCAM would get their act together and support ONVIF.Was thinking of grabbing a jetview to try but would like to keep each cam around the 150-200 mark and would like to get a couple of dome's for under eves. Thanks Guys In Blueiris have you tried the "IPS Cam H.264 RTSP" under "select your camera's brand" which should put "/ch0_0.h264" in the video path (without the ""). Uploaded that and it detected, but now getting communications errors when I look at the camera.In Milestone it should auto detect it if you choose ONVIF compliant (off the top of my head). Ran out of time, so I am going to have another crack at it tonight.
I might give it a crack at a much lower res, but I will not be happy with this low res solution if it does work.He doesn't mind paying, so if it means buying a higher spec NAS drive that's fine. The only issue that I can think of at this point is that he has screens (TVs) throughout the business showing certain cameras.Right now they're connected to an old DVR unit which facilitates the output.I think it plugs into a NAS and eliminates the need for a PC.You use a TV or another monitor with a HDMI output as a screen. PNG The output will sometimes fix it self if left for a while, but will end up messed up.. S – i upgraded the n54l box to 8gb of ram and also it now has a SSD drive as the O/S and where the software saves temp videos etc to.. Hello, Just wondering (for those who use milestone): Is there anyway to adjust the motion detection email so that it "highlights" what triggered the "alarm". The problem I am having is I cannot seem to get it to be recognized by Blueiris or Milestone.
I use the same, 8gb ram 2x2tb drives and run a 5mp geovision on it, and 640x480 axis and it's got no problems. I use milestone essentials I think it's about $50 per camera per license from the US.