My Frigate yaml file

 

My Frigate yaml file

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# https://docs.frigate.video/configuration/index#full-configuration-reference

mqtt:
  # Optional: Enable mqtt server (default: shown below)
  enabled: True
  # Required: host name
  host: MQTT_Server_IP
  # Optional: port (default: shown below)
  port: MQTT_Server_Port
  # Optional: topic prefix (default: shown below)
  # NOTE: must be unique if you are running multiple instances
  topic_prefix: zigbee2mqtt
  # Optional: client id (default: shown below)
  # NOTE: must be unique if you are running multiple instances
  client_id: zigbee2mqtt
  # Optional: user
  # NOTE: MQTT user can be specified with an environment variables that must begin with 'FRIGATE_'.
  # e.g. user: '{FRIGATE_MQTT_USER}'
  user: MQTT_User_Name
  # Optional: password
  # NOTE: MQTT password can be specified with an environment variables that must begin with 'FRIGATE_'.
  # e.g. password: '{FRIGATE_MQTT_PASSWORD}'
  password: MQTT_Password
  # Optional: interval in seconds for publishing stats (default: shown below)
  stats_interval: 60

# Optional: Detectors configuration. Defaults to a single CPU detector
detectors:
  # Required: name of the detector
  coral:
    # Required: type of the detector
    # Frigate provided types include 'cpu', 'edgetpu', and 'openvino' (default: shown below)
    # Additional detector types can also be plugged in.
    # Detectors may require additional configuration.
    # Refer to the Detectors configuration page for more information.
    type: edgetpu
    device: pci
database:
  # The path to store the SQLite DB (default: shown below)
  path: /media/frigate/frigate.db
  
# Optional: model modifications
model:
  # Optional: path to the model (default: automatic based on detector)
  path: /edgetpu_model.tflite
  # Optional: path to the labelmap (default: shown below)
  labelmap_path: /labelmap.txt
  # Required: Object detection model input width (default: shown below)
  width: 320
  # Required: Object detection model input height (default: shown below)
  height: 320
  # Optional: Label name modifications. These are merged into the standard labelmap.
  labelmap:
    2: vehicle

# Optional: logger verbosity settings
logger:
  # Optional: Default log verbosity (default: shown below)
  default: info
  # Optional: Component specific logger overrides
  logs:
    frigate.event: debug
    
# Optional: birdseye configuration
# NOTE: Can (enabled, mode) be overridden at the camera level
birdseye:
  # Optional: Enable birdseye view (default: shown below)
  enabled: True
  # Optional: Restream birdseye via RTSP (default: shown below)
  # NOTE: Enabling this will set birdseye to run 24/7 which may increase CPU usage somewhat.
  restream: False
  # Optional: Width of the output resolution (default: shown below)
  width: 1280
  # Optional: Height of the output resolution (default: shown below)
  height: 720
  # Optional: Encoding quality of the mpeg1 feed (default: shown below)
  # 1 is the highest quality, and 31 is the lowest. Lower quality feeds utilize less CPU resources.
  quality: 8
  # Optional: Mode of the view. Available options are: objects, motion, and continuous
  # objects - cameras are included if they have had a tracked object within the last 30 seconds
  # motion - cameras are included if motion was detected in the last 30 seconds
  # continuous - all cameras are included always
  mode: objects

# Optional: ffmpeg configuration
# More information about presets at https://docs.frigate.video/configuration/ffmpeg_presets
ffmpeg:
  # Optional: global ffmpeg args (default: shown below)
  global_args: -hide_banner -loglevel warning -threads 2
  # Optional: global hwaccel args (default: shown below)
  # NOTE: See hardware acceleration docs for your specific device
  hwaccel_args: -c:v h264_cuvid
  # Optional: global input args (default: shown below)
  input_args: preset-rtsp-generic
  # Optional: global output args
  output_args:
    # Optional: output args for detect streams (default: shown below)
    detect: -threads 2 -f rawvideo -pix_fmt yuv420p
    # Optional: output args for record streams (default: shown below)
    record: preset-record-generic
    # Optional: output args for rtmp streams (default: shown below)
    rtmp: preset-rtmp-generic
    
# Optional: Detect configuration
# NOTE: Can be overridden at the camera level
detect:
  # Optional: width of the frame for the input with the detect role (default: shown below)
  width: 1280
  # Optional: height of the frame for the input with the detect role (default: shown below)
  height: 720
  # Optional: desired fps for your camera for the input with the detect role (default: shown below)
  # NOTE: Recommended value of 5. Ideally, try and reduce your FPS on the camera.
  fps: 5
  # Optional: enables detection for the camera (default: True)
  enabled: True
  # Optional: Number of frames without a detection before Frigate considers an object to be gone. (default: 5x the frame rate)
  max_disappeared: 25

# Optional: Object configuration
# NOTE: Can be overridden at the camera level
objects:
  # Optional: list of objects to track from labelmap.txt (default: shown below)
  track:
    - person
  # Optional: filters to reduce false positives for specific object types
  filters:
    person:
      # Optional: minimum width*height of the bounding box for the detected object (default: 0)
      min_area: 10000
      # Optional: maximum width*height of the bounding box for the detected object (default: 24000000)
      max_area: 1000000
      # Optional: minimum width/height of the bounding box for the detected object (default: 0)
      min_ratio: 0.5
      # Optional: maximum width/height of the bounding box for the detected object (default: 24000000)
      max_ratio: 2.0
      # Optional: minimum score for the object to initiate tracking (default: shown below)
      min_score: 0.5
      # Optional: minimum decimal percentage for tracked object's computed score to be considered a true positive (default: shown below)
      threshold: 0.7
      
# Optional: Motion configuration
# NOTE: Can be overridden at the camera level
motion:
  # Optional: The threshold passed to cv2.threshold to determine if a pixel is different enough to be counted as motion. (default: shown below)
  # Increasing this value will make motion detection less sensitive and decreasing it will make motion detection more sensitive.
  # The value should be between 1 and 255.
  threshold: 25
  # Optional: Minimum size in pixels in the resized motion image that counts as motion (default: 30)
  # Increasing this value will prevent smaller areas of motion from being detected. Decreasing will
  # make motion detection more sensitive to smaller moving objects.
  # As a rule of thumb:
  #  - 15 - high sensitivity
  #  - 30 - medium sensitivity
  #  - 50 - low sensitivity
  contour_area: 30
  # Optional: Alpha value passed to cv2.accumulateWeighted when averaging the motion delta across multiple frames (default: shown below)
  # Higher values mean the current frame impacts the delta a lot, and a single raindrop may register as motion.
  # Too low and a fast moving person wont be detected as motion.
  delta_alpha: 0.2
  # Optional: Alpha value passed to cv2.accumulateWeighted when averaging frames to determine the background (default: shown below)
  # Higher values mean the current frame impacts the average a lot, and a new object will be averaged into the background faster.
  # Low values will cause things like moving shadows to be detected as motion for longer.
  # https://www.geeksforgeeks.org/background-subtraction-in-an-image-using-concept-of-running-average/
  frame_alpha: 0.2
  # Optional: Height of the resized motion frame  (default: 50)
  # This operates as an efficient blur alternative. Higher values will result in more granular motion detection at the expense
  # of higher CPU usage. Lower values result in less CPU, but small changes may not register as motion.
  frame_height: 50
  # Optional: improve contrast (default: shown below)
  # Enables dynamic contrast improvement. This should help improve night detections at the cost of making motion detection more sensitive
  # for daytime.
  improve_contrast: False
  
# Optional: Record configuration
# NOTE: Can be overridden at the camera level
record:
  # Optional: Enable recording (default: shown below)
  # WARNING: If recording is disabled in the config, turning it on via
  #          the UI or MQTT later will have no effect.
  enabled: True
  # Optional: Number of minutes to wait between cleanup runs (default: shown below)
  # This can be used to reduce the frequency of deleting recording segments from disk if you want to minimize i/o
  expire_interval: 10080
  # Optional: Retention settings for recording
  retain:
    # Optional: Number of days to retain recordings regardless of events (default: shown below)
    # NOTE: This should be set to 0 and retention should be defined in events section below
    #       if you only want to retain recordings of events.
    days: 10
    # Optional: Mode for retention. Available options are: all, motion, and active_objects
    #   all - save all recording segments regardless of activity
    #   motion - save all recordings segments with any detected motion
    #   active_objects - save all recording segments with active/moving objects
    # NOTE: this mode only applies when the days setting above is greater than 0
    mode: all
        
# Optional: Configuration for the jpg snapshots written to the clips directory for each event
# NOTE: Can be overridden at the camera level
snapshots:
  # Optional: Enable writing jpg snapshot to /media/frigate/clips (default: shown below)
  enabled: True
  # Optional: save a clean PNG copy of the snapshot image (default: shown below)
  clean_copy: True
  # Optional: print a timestamp on the snapshots (default: shown below)
  timestamp: False
  # Optional: draw bounding box on the snapshots (default: shown below)
  bounding_box: True
  # Optional: crop the snapshot (default: shown below)
  crop: False
  # Optional: height to resize the snapshot to (default: original size)
  height: 175
  # Optional: Restrict snapshots to objects that entered any of the listed zones (default: no required zones)
  required_zones: []
  # Optional: Camera override for retention settings (default: global values)
  retain:
    # Required: Default retention days (default: shown below)
    default: 10

# Required
cameras:
  # Required: name of the camera
  DS-2CD2463G0-I:
    enabled: True
    # Required: ffmpeg settings for the camera
    ffmpeg:
      # Required: A list of input streams for the camera. See documentation for more information.
      inputs:
        - path: rtsp://Camera_UserName:Camera_Password@Camera_IP:Camera_Port/Steaming/Channels/102
          roles:
            - detect
            - rtmp
        - path: rtsp://Camera_UserName:Camera_Password@Camera_IP:Camera_Port/Steaming/Channels/101
          roles:
            - record
    # Optional: Configuration for the jpg snapshots published via MQTT
    mqtt:
      # Optional: Enable publishing snapshot via mqtt for camera (default: shown below)
      # NOTE: Only applies to publishing image data to MQTT via 'frigate/<camera_name>/<object_name>/snapshot'.
      # All other messages will still be published.
      enabled: True
      # Optional: print a timestamp on the snapshots (default: shown below)
      timestamp: True
      # Optional: draw bounding box on the snapshots (default: shown below)
      bounding_box: True
      # Optional: crop the snapshot (default: shown below)
      crop: True
      # Optional: height to resize the snapshot to (default: shown below)
      height: 270
      # Optional: jpeg encode quality (default: shown below)
      quality: 70
      # Optional: Restrict mqtt messages to objects that entered any of the listed zones (default: no required zones)
      required_zones: []
      
# Optional: Telemetry configuration
telemetry:
  # Optional: Enable the latest version outbound check (default: shown below)
  # NOTE: If you use the HomeAssistant integration, disabling this will prevent it from reporting new versions
  version_check: True

 

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