Terk

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  1. Terk

    How to write a Driver

    I have a few of the gen1 keypads sitting on a shelf hoping one day i could use them again not for their looks but they worked great until Iris went under. As far as the cameras go i gave all of mine to my parents and configured them via the http put commands for use with Blue Iris, their serving them well so far, of course they have nowhere near the quality of night resolution of my Dahua Starlights but my Dad was happy with them for free.
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    How to write a Driver

    Mike, the main driver developer for Hubitat was planning to look into this about 8 months ago but I've never heard that he made any headway. He wrote drivers for most of the other v1 devices he just never got the keypad working enough to release it I think.
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    Prepaid Visa Card

    Unfortunately, I doubt there is anyone still employed to help you with that.
  4. @Vettester is the Home+ 4 app worth the $14? Thanks.
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    Iris Instructional Videos Gone

    Hubitat updated their supported list with reset/pairing instructions for most everything they support including most of the Iris devices https://docs.hubitat.com/index.php?title=List_of_Compatible_Devices
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    Iris Instructional Videos Gone

    That sucks that they pulled the videos!
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    Arcus Smart Home

    If the camera is working with your wifi you should be able to find it via your routers DHCP list.
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    Arcus Smart Home

    The keypad, and sensors should all work with Hubitat. The cameras as @vettester said will work with Blue Iris which will integrate with Hubitat for profile (recording, alerting, settings) per mode. Although I don't have any experience with the model you have I have the original Outdoor and Indoor models working on BI.
  9. WebCore is frowned upon by the Hubitat support team since it is a very process intensive app (SmartThings offloaded some of the code about a year or so ago to their server side to try to lessen the load on the SmartThings hubs where it is used) and can really stress the hub depending on how rules are configured. Rule Machine can do most of the same things WebCore can and both take some getting used to.
  10. Never mind I do get a time stamp (without seconds) its just tiny and in the upper left part of the frame not part of the picture so I thought it was BI5 doing it. And I cannot seem to change it to AM/PM instead of 24 hour time as the command errors out each time. http://192.168.23.196/adm/set_group.cgi?group=SYSTEM&time_format=12
  11. Yeah I get static with my clip playback now. Did you ever play around with the time_stamp option? I tried to set the camera to get its time from my BI server and tried adding the VIDEO&time_stamp=1 option but don't see a timestamp on the stream, trying to have a timestamp on the video but without having to use overlays in BI so I can turn on direct to disk. Thanks.
  12. I think it worked, I'm not home to make a noise to see how it sounds but after changing the video settings in BI like yours I get static when I crank the volume while watching the live feed were before it would be completely silent. Thanks.
  13. Thanks, I'll try that tonight.
  14. I ran this command on my Iris cameras ( /adm/set_group.cgi?group=AUDIO&audio_in=1 ) however I've not been able to get audio to stream through Blue Iris, do you remember the settings you used for this? I know it was a long time ago and you may not have any on your system anymore. I'm trying to setup my Iris cameras for my parents since they wanted some outdoor cameras. Thanks!
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    Do You Miss Iris? and General BS Thread

    Yeah ST had the device health (red dot) and it worked pretty well the last few months, it took them at least 8 months to get it working right which is understandable since they integrate with about the same number of devices as Hubitat.