Forum Software Reolink Mobile App Activate continuous recording and motion sensor

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    Fatih
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    Hello everybody,
    I would like to take a permanent recording on my SD card with my Reolink 410 5MP, but I would also like to switch on the motion detection so that I can watch it if necessary. But I have not found a way to activate this, i.e. continuous recording and playback, i.e. motion detection. Did I miss something?
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    It's Android One Plus 8 Pro

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    Cynthia
    Keymaster

    We are sorry to tell you that the RLC-410-5MP can't support continuous records to the SD card. it can only record motion detection videos to the SD card. May I know why you need this function?

    #1300730

    Fatih
    Participant

    Hello, I'll try to explain it that way. My cheap camera (Nooie Outdoor Cam) was software-wise. That means recording continuous recording on SD card and motion messages to watch it. Since there are a lot of people walking back and forth here, it is important to see what happened a few minutes before the motion sensor recorded. When I had to access it I was shocked that neither is possible. As already written, a cheap camera can actually do that. Maybe there will be an update. Behind the house I have the Reolink 410w that can't do that either, but that's not that bad either. It would have been important in front of the house with the Reolink 410 5MP.

    #1302452

    Fatih
    Participant

    And can you help me?

    #1302523

    Cynthia
    Keymaster

    Please submit your needs to https://reolink.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/requests/new. Please also send the system information of the camera. And our support team will provide further suggestions.

    #1302720

    humphrron
    Participant

    An easy solution would be to use a Reolink NVR. It can record continuously and you can have to Motion Marks.

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