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You can fiddle around with the sensitivity, light bursts, tell motion how many pixels need to change before actual motion is detected e. Now find one of your ip-cams you want to communicate with the dummy motion-sensor and add the following two lines and change the bold parts to suit your needs: thread1.
You can still use your cam in Domoticz e. The cam streams can be saved to a NAS if you want that, with the settings you specify.
The motion-sensors will switch on and off for use within Domoticz as well. You can use it in the normal web-interface, blockly or LUA, endless possibilities. Some notes CPU: I use a dedicated, pretty good server for multiple webcams.
Storage: next to that, use a NAS or a big drive to store your files, because the recordings can add up and eat away your drive space pretty fast! That also means dogs, canaries and goldfish. Many webcams have a built in microphone which can be accessed via a specific URL. Installing the software Assuming you have node and npm installed, all you need to do is run: sudo npm install -g domoticz-sound-detection Configuring Domoticz Add a dummy switch and take a note of the IDX value. As a bonus I changed the icon to a speaker so I can get a visual representation of when the noise threshold has been reached.
The software will adapt to the background noise, the trigger level for an event can be adjusted by using the -t option in the command line.
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