I have a 3 MP IP cam (6 IR) that I use with BluecherryDVR. I can’t seem to get it to stop triggering on motion detection. My older 0.8 MP cameras work as expected (motion triggers only when motion present). Here are some Bluecherry settings for the 3 MP cam:
- Schedule: motion (always) (both local and global)
- Motion algorithm: Experimental
- Scale down factor: 0.125
- Min percent area: 7%
- Masking: Yes (about 1/3 of feed is processed, mostly pavement, no plants or grasses)
The on-camera settings are basically default: VBR, 3 MP, auto IR switching. DWDR is off and I turned down the AGC from 50 to 10.
I’m guessing it is due to the high pixel count and slight shifting of pixels during image processing. Any clues on how I could fix this?