I would like to throw in a vote for different color options for the alert boxes as well as the timelines.
Even using a big screen on my computer to review alerts (both interesting and uninteresting) it can take a bit to find the highlighted motion that was detected.
I'm sure I'm not the only one with trees in view.
I often get hundreds or even thousands of of clips a day, so I scan through a screen showing a 3x3 layout of them.
Thin, light green lines on sunlit trees are really hard to see.
Tell me what you think. Can you scan through 600-700+ pics and quickly find the detected area in every one without really staring at each one for a while? The screenshots attached show my view on a 27" monitor. And how many I still have to review just from 1 of 9 cameras, and that's just from one day!
Some days I only have 5 or 10 per camera. Other days, I end up spending hours looking through hundreds, and often just give up. Who knows what I'm missing?
I would love to have the option to set the colors myself, as well as the line thickness. Then, when I want to view a specific clip, have the box totally removed, if I want, so it isn't in the way.
I get the branding idea, however, you have blue or red lights on the physical boxes, so if anything, using shades of green seems to move away from your branding to me, at least.
Also, I don't have this issue personally, but many people are colorblind, and green/red is one of the most common. I don't know if these shades of green are an issue for those people or not. It might be all shades of grey for some people.
Color options would be great! At least per hub, but per camera would be wonderful. i.e. green works great for the camera showing my concrete driveway and pretty well at night. But grass and trees? Not so much.
Just my two cents.