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Can only get one. Thanks.
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The review with the software bug deleting stored video files after 24 hrs is concerning. Does anyone know if it was fixed?
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The review with the software bug deleting stored video files after 24 hrs is concerning. Does anyone know if it was fixed?

im not clear, how would it delete video on an NVR system? As far as I know all the camera can do is send a video feed and the NVR is responsible for all permissions, usage and recording.

How would a camera send a command to delete historical video?

is this just an issue (if it has it) on the sd card?
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i am guessing thats purely for the micro sd recording now that i see it has microsd.

also, any concerns if all u need is the (RTSP?) or other feed for other NVR systems to leverage?
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Should work with Lorex NVR's no problem, right?
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Does the camera have an rtsp stream?
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Yes it does but will require some advance networking to setup and stream."

why would it require advanced networking to setup and stream? as in like putting in a network location into one's NVR? how difficult could it possibly be?
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Should work with Lorex NVR's no problem, right?
would like to know as well
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waiting for matt.
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quick question, on POE cameras, can you use different app or programs for the camera? or do you have to use their manufacture programs
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Who is the OEM? Dahua? I have the Q-See 4K version - wondering if it's the same one
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Does the camera have an rtsp stream?
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Yes it does but will require some advance networking to setup and stream."

why would it require advanced networking to setup and stream? as in like putting in a network location into one's NVR? how difficult could it possibly be?
Might have to go into the setup on the camera IP address (using web browser) and turn on DHCP if want to use with something besides the App. That can be complicated if set out of the box to run on a certain IP range of the local network. I've had that issue before where had to hook up the computer and camera to the Modem's ports where my computer is hooked up to a switch connected to the modem's port.
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im not clear, how would it delete video on an NVR system? As far as I know all the camera can do is send a video feed and the NVR is responsible for all permissions, usage and recording.

How would a camera send a command to delete historical video?

is this just an issue (if it has it) on the sd card?
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Finally, I noticed that video clips and JPG snapshots were getting deleted from my NAS server after about 24 hours. I gave the camera a 300GB allocation and it's using less than 2GB, so that's no the problem. I contacted Amcrest and they admitted to a bug in their software but have no ETA for when it will get fixed. I had to write a Linux script to run nightly on my NAS to move files into a different directory to preserve them from deletion by the rogue camera.
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from the review,
that would be one hell of an odd bug and im still not clear how it can occurr.

as I understand it:

Camera takes live video
live video by default goes no where (unless microsd recording)
NVR is set to monitor the RTSP stream
NVR is set to do recording on its own schedule, trigger, etc.
NVR manages the security of the hd making these recordings, including account/password access.

HOW on earth could a camera which has no knowledge of where its stream is being recorded to be able to delete that recording?

only way i can think of this happening is if someone setup the camera software to explicitly save the recordings on a drive. in that case, yes, it would manage it

but for those of us with an NVR, we would be managing it via the NVR and not the camera software.

am i right or what?
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Might have to go into the setup on the camera IP address (using web browser) and turn on DHCP if want to use with something besides the App. That can be complicated if set out of the box to run on a certain IP range of the local network. I've had that issue before where had to hook up the computer and camera to the Modem's ports where my computer is hooked up to a switch connected to the modem's port.
id say that's annoying, but not complicated and typical of many devices - i.e. network printers, etc. However, they usually have an app or software u can run locally to manage the IP and change to your proper #s and then do the rest via the web software

even foscam had their own utility for doing that
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