Command line key stroke question
  • I understand how:

    - COMMAND T will disable Continuous, Motion Capture and Action.
    - Command R will enable Continuous, Motion Capture and Action.

    My question is: is there any way to enable via Keyboard separately Continuous from Motion Capture?

    Reason: there are times when I am watching my screen and see something that requires continuous capture (outside of the usual Motion monitoring) which I'd like to activate and can't easily and quickly via a keystroke combo. Or, that Motion will time out for a while when the subject is stationary where Continuous would be better.

    Curious, does that exist? Or, is it only Command R and Command T the only keystroke options? Is there a better way?

  • Yes, this is possible via "Schedule Presets" that you can set up. For example, you can set up a Schedule Preset that sets the Continuous Capture schedule to "Armed 24/7" for any/all cameras, and you can then invoke this with a simple keyboard shortcut (e.g. Command-Shift-1; check this in the Control menu after you have set up the preset). Please see the Scheduling section of the user manual for more information.
  • Thank you will investigate that.

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