Yes I have already created it and it is working great!
I am wondering if there is a way to shutdown the NVR the same way we do for recording? I need to be able to shut it down without accessing the device itself.
Thank you so much
I am still using the small commands you created to remotely control the NVR, and it is working very well.
I would love to have the option of sending a shutdown command to the NVR from my android as well. Can you help me build a command like before?
Thank you so much,
You are awesome!
I used both the start and stop jobs and it worked fine and I was able to access the recorded movie.
My NVR did not reboot.
Thank you so much!
It would be wonderful if we can initiate all the cams with one job.
Can you navigate through the NVR settings to get its IP address? Yes.
Is the NVR connected to the Church's WiFi router? Yes.
How many cameras require this feature, their names and the channels they are on (channels are usually labeled D1, D2...) 3 Cameras, named IPCamera 01, IPCamera 02...
The purpose of installing this device is not 24/7 surveillance. it is used to record occasions held in our church. Most of the occasions are scheduled, and I have already loaded this schedule on the NVR. However, sometimes we need to record unplanned meetings/occasions that will happen only once...
I just bought a new NVR DS-7600NI-Q2/8P, and I am using hik-connect app. Whenever I record something from Hik-connect it records locally on the phone. I need to be able to initiate and stop recording on the installed Hdd of the NVR manually from the phone. Is this possible?
I am using Hikvision NVR model DS-7600NI-Q2/P and I am also using ptz optics camera model PT12X-SDI-GY-G2.
I guess since it is a third party cam, Hikvision will not support the 2-way audio feature as far as I have tried.
I am now exploring the options of converting the video after...