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  1. IRIS rejects IFTTT

    Agreed, there is no such thing as indisputable evidence.
  2. IRIS rejects IFTTT

    Says who? I have supplied videos from a crappy Night Owl system as evidence on 3 occasions. Just dumped it on a usb drive and handed it over to an officer. Video not as good, and just a downloaded file with a funky file name same as Iris. Pulling a video file from Night Owl is same as downloading from Iris web page. Search for date and time frame, select file, download to pc & then copy to usb drive. It has worked 3 times on 3 separate cases.
  3. IRIS rejects IFTTT

    I would suspect you are correct. The file names do match history when the events occurred. And the event is time stamped on the website. It seems like it would serve the purpose as a time stamp. I mean, depending on the circumstances of why you need the video of course. If you had to download it to supply as evidence, then you may lose the time stamp if you changed the file name.
  4. IRIS rejects IFTTT

    Not a "true time stamp" as in your screen shot, but does indicate the time of the recording start. It matches up with the time stamp that is indicated on the "clips" page while viewing clips on the web.
  5. IRIS rejects IFTTT

    I was on a pc at that time.
  6. IRIS rejects IFTTT

    The videos in Iris are time/date stamped. I just downloaded and played one to confirm. "Front porch camera_20171127_143831" The video was from 11/27/2017 at 2:38 pm. It is visible in the upper left corner while playing as well as the actual file name.
  7. Question Regarding Thermostats

    I was running a CT-101 at home and work. The one at home was fine for 2 years but recently began losing connection to the hub. I would reset and re-pair it, set up schedule and it would be fine for a day or two. Then it would drop connection again. When it dropped, it would not change to next step as mentioned above. It never ran away, but it would hold a "heat to" setting and never lower. Also mentioned above, I had 8 different settings for weekdays. At times, it would lose connection to the hub when it was set to a high temp. Then it would not be able to drop the temp, such as when I left for work. I would come home to a warm home, but it was maintaining that temp all day. I switched this one out for a Honeywell. The one at work has been fine.
  8. Logitech Harmony Smart Control and Alexa

    I use the same hub but the elite remote. I used Alexa for a short time when they had 2 skills for Harmony. I have to get the remote for searching the guide anyway, so we pretty much abandoned using Alexa. It worked well when we did use it. Great for turning on all equipment to a specific activity, and when shutting everything off to leave the room. I absolutely love the Harmony lineup and have used their remotes for years.
  9. Is oct 10 maintenance complete?

    This is the email notice I received on both accounts: Iris Customer, In preparation for our upcoming 2.6 release, we will be performing general platform maintenance. Please use your Iris system as you normally would during this time. Thank you for being an Iris customer. Sincerely, The Iris Team
  10. Tapatalk

    I quit trying about a week ago. It hasn't worked for me since the first breakage.
  11. CT101 thermostat keeps disconnecting

    One of mine was doing the same thing a few times a day for the last week or 10 days. I finally removed it and paired it again. It has been ok for 2 days now.
  12. I set up rule just as outlined above. All cameras set to record 10 minutes by rule, record for 5 minutes by alarm card setting. Result: 2 of the 5 cameras recorded for almost 8 minutes, the other 3 recorded for 1-2 seconds. I had to download the short clips to view the videos, the long ones played fine in the app. I believe most of this is due to my crappy internet. But it does show that the rule would override the alarm card setting.
  13. Got it. I'll be bock!
  14. Using the new rule? Or the pre-existing one? I have always had cameras set to record for 5 minutes on alarm trigger and it works pretty good. Although I have really crappy AT&T Uverse internet. 10 minutes specifically?
  15. When to replace battery?

    Yes, it will usually drop like a rock once it hits anywhere near 30%-40%. Lithium batteries fall off a cliff when they start getting low.