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(Steve ) #61

So I think I have this all set up correctly, however I am still seeing around a 20s delay from the log-file noticing an event to when webcore gets a notification. Do I need to use something else as the trigger for webcore, ie. something that comes directly from this real-time event stream rather than the nest-camera itself detecting a motion?

I have rest streaming but do not have “use local network to send events” turned on as I found when I did nothing got picked up.

Any thoughts?

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(Ryan Winslow) #62

Completed all steps on apple iphone XS. installed nest manager version 5.5.8. update 12-27-2018. says enter login to nest click to enter creditials. once clicked it opens a nest page and i sign in. it says nest oops! ve’ve encountered an error. please try again. i have over and over. i click done on top right.and next. now it wont let me go further without entering nest location tap to set. there are no available options. i click done. i am in the same reeat steps without being able to complete.

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(Eric) #63

You should check you created your nest token/secret correctly

There are notes in the main nest thread about ensuring no spaces, proper permissions, etc.

Accepting the permissions request in the nest mobile app is also important if it asks.

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(Montstable) #64

Hi Everyone,

I wonder if anyone can help. I’ve installed everything as stated above on a Raspberry Pi B+ sitting on my network and everything seems to be working, apart from the person specific motion. As soon as I turn this on within the individual camera settings, all motion event stop. I’ve debugged using webcore as well and it seems that if the person motion toggle is turned on all motion events stop.

I’m pretty sure that this is what Sven a couple of posts is also getting, but has anyone managed to fix this? I just need a light to turn on if a person enters a particular zone on my driveway.

Cheers

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#65

I’ve not gotten any updates on this, and at this point I don’t think it works or will work the way we want it to despite the creator of the app claiming to use it this way. I have mine set to turn off the light after five minutes inactive, so a typical night for me is it randomly turns the porch light on (probably due to some change in light that it senses–but for some reason not a person) then five minutes later goes off. Then sometimes immediately after it goes off or sometimes a short while after that the light will come back on. It just repeats this process endlessly throughout the night. It’s pretty annoying because my cheaper and less effective RING doorbell worked flawlessly for this use case.

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(TOO FLY FOR A FLY GUY) #66

I had a similar issue with my Nest Hello. The problem was that when the light turned off, my Hello triggered a motion event probably due to most of the pixels it monitors changing. No fault of anyone here…

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#67

Not necessarily blaming anyone, but I am pointing out that no less than three people in the above comments claim to be using this service to turn on a light after motion by a person, one of them being Tonesto7 the creator of the app. Even yourself used the past-tense verb “had” in your most recent comment when referring to this issue, which would lead me to believe you now have it working or just decided to scrap it because of bugs.

If the former is true, I’d love to know what you changed to get it to work as one would expect. If the latter, then I’ll just give up hope of it working.

Which gets to the root of my comment. People claim to have it working properly, but no one up to this point has shared anything they’ve done to get it to work. That’s all I would like to know. If it is working where it turns on a light when someone steps in front of the hello then please share what was done to achieve that. I’ve combed through every conceivable setting and had no luck, which makes me think the people claiming to have it working are incorrect.

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(TOO FLY FOR A FLY GUY) #68

I got it working by not using my Hello to trigger motion. My real motion detector doesn’t care about light.

I assume there is no real IR motion detector in the Hello, which means they can only use the camera. So my guess is that you’re not likely to get this ‘fixed’.

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#69

Have you had a chance to look into this yet? :wink:

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(Anthony S.) #70

Sorry I wish i had time to work on these items. But it just has been a priority lately

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