Motion Detection False Positives



  • Can someone explain how to better deal with faulty motion detection? I understand the zones and indifference concepts and feel like I have that setup pretty well, but one thing that I am fighting with is false positives due to brightness changes that effect the entire frame (and my zones) due to clouds and weather. Also, when the camera adjusts from day-to-night and night-to-day mode, same issue.

    Now, in ZoneMinder, you could set it up so that if there is a certain percentage change or higher in a zone (or frame), then it is not recognized as a motion event.

    Now, there is a Noise Filter option with a Range setting, but it is not in the documentation. Is this what needs to be messed with?



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  • @radensb said in Motion Detection False Positives:

    Can someone explain how to better deal with faulty motion detection? I understand the zones and indifference concepts and feel like I have that setup pretty well, but one thing that I am fighting with is false positives due to brightness changes that effect the entire frame (and my zones) due to clouds and weather. Also, when the camera adjusts from day-to-night and night-to-day mode, same issue.

    Now, in ZoneMinder, you could set it up so that if there is a certain percentage change or higher in a zone (or frame), then it is not recognized as a motion event.

    Now, there is a Noise Filter option with a Range setting, but it is not in the documentation. Is this what needs to be messed with?

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    @radensb said in Motion Detection False Positives:

    Can someone explain how to better deal with faulty motion detection? I understand the zones and indifference concepts and feel like I have that setup pretty well, but one thing that I am fighting with is false positives due to brightness changes that effect the entire frame (and my zones) due to clouds and weather. Also, when the camera adjusts from day-to-night and night-to-day mode, same issue.
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    Now, in ZoneMinder, you could set it up so that if there is a certain percentage change or higher in a zone (or frame), then it is not recognized as a motion event.

    Now, there is a Noise Filter option with a Range setting, but it is not in the documentation. Is this what needs to be messed with?



  • @zazarickoty said in Motion Detection False Positives:

    @radensb said in Motion Detection False Positives:

    Can someone explain how to better deal with faulty motion detection? I understand the zones and indifference concepts and feel like I have that setup pretty well, but one thing that I am fighting with is false positives due to brightness changes that effect the entire frame (and my zones) due to clouds and weather. Also, when the camera adjusts from day-to-night and night-to-day mode, same issue.

    Now, in ZoneMinder, you could set it up so that if there is a certain percentage change or higher in a zone (or frame), then it is not recognized as a motion event.

    Now, there is a Noise Filter option with a Range setting, but it is not in the documentation. Is this what needs to be messed with?

    HI Did you ever get on top this

    @radensb said in Motion Detection False Positives:

    Can someone explain how to better deal with faulty motion detection? I understand the zones and indifference concepts and feel like I have that setup pretty well, but one thing that I am fighting with is false positives due to brightness changes that effect the entire frame (and my zones) due to clouds and weather. Also, when the camera adjusts from day-to-night and night-to-day mode, same issue.
    Xender Discord Omegle
    Now, in ZoneMinder, you could set it up so that if there is a certain percentage change or higher in a zone (or frame), then it is not recognized as a motion event.

    Now, there is a Noise Filter option with a Range setting, but it is not in the documentation. Is this what needs to be messed with?

    Would someone be able to disclose how to more readily manage broken movement recognition? I comprehend the zones and detachment ideas and feel like I have that setup truly well, however one thing that I am battling with is false positives because of splendor changes that impact the whole edge (and my zones) because of mists and climate. Likewise, when the camera alters from day-to-night and night-to-day mode, same issue.

    Presently, in ZoneMinder, you could set it up so that if there is a sure rate change or higher in a zone (or casing), at that point it isn't perceived as a movement occasion.

    Presently, there is a Noise Filter alternative with a Range setting, however it isn't in the documentation. Is this what should be upset?


 

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