- Today I’ve noticed when I go to my Arlo Q library the clips show at the right length. 20 seconds, 15 seconds they show the right length in the library. When I open up the Clips to view the clip it says that the clip is one hour and 46 minutes long. When you play back the clip it only has the correct amount of time 20 or whatever length and may be in the library view. After the action finishe the image freezes and the video keeps playing. This has started today and it happens with every single clip. The cameras also failed to pick up some events today. Not sure if that’s related or not. Is anyone else having an issue? I’ve got the latest iOS update.
I've had some issues recently with Q recordings noted as being hours long but actually are the right length (2 minutes). I don't know that I'm missing any videos but it doesn't appear to be a problem. Today the videos are the right length...
I am having this problem with my Arlo-Q HD too.
It just started today but Arlo sets my videos at 2 hours long even though I know they're around 20 to 25 seconds. Even the downloaded videos show up in the media player at over 2 hours long and don't play correctly.
16-20 second delay,that’s pretty bad. I think I have around a 4-7 second delay. A few seconds is expected, but 20 seconds is way to much.
I hadn’t tried downloading one, I just did and it has the issue as well. I looked at all my videos today and one this morning at 12:14 am plays normal. The next video was at 5:44 am and it has the issue.
I've not been able to replicate this, is this just occurring in the mobile app or do you see the same behavior when using the web client?
Just out of morbid curiosity, open a command window on a computer or use an appropriate app to ping arlo.netgear.com, like this:
Don't worry about timeouts or extra verbiage. Just copy and paste the IP address and actual server name that the command determines. Mine is in Ireland so I'm wondering i different servers work but others don't.
Same here. Clip length has rendered the camera system useless. Furthermore, I've had blind spots in the middle of several of the cameras at night, problems staying connected (and I have a fast internet speed), doesn't record with movement sometimes, the clips are blurred and pixalated, on and on. Nothing but problems. Constant problems. I tried to call and had to leave my phone number at one 800# then found an 844#. The guy said someone will call me back within an hour. This is ridiculous. Frustrating camera system. If I don't get any help today with a definitive answer, all four ARLO Q's are going back to COSTCO tomorrow !!!!
Guru. How about you save me some time and just give me the phone number? I used the link and still didn't find a number, and as I suspected, over an hour and still no return call.
Oh, I'm sorry. Now I know why there's no phone number. Only good for 90 days. Purchased my four cameras 6 months ago. So when there's a problem that's ARLO/NETGEAR, I have no support??? Wonderful!!! COSTCO's going to love me tomorrow when they get all those camera's back and have to give me my $550.00 cash back.
So let me get this straight. All these people are having the same identical problem with the length of the video clips all of a sudden, but we cannot contact them because of why ??? Obviously, it's not just our camera's. It's a NETGEAR problem. So fast, before to go to Costco. What's the answer ???
OK. Just called tech support. After about an hour on the phhone, I was transferred to a Level 2 technician. He stated they are AWARE of the problem and the engineers are working on it. He said they hope to have it fixed by Monday 02/26/18. I hope so too.
And thanks to whomever who deleted my last post with a phone number. I just don't feel that people who are having technical issues should have to roam the internet trying to find out who to call when they're already frustrated.
The clip length in the library are short (as expected) but once clicking on it, they last >3hrs on one cam, and 1.5hrs on the other. Looking forward to a fix!
Clip length was totally wrong and there was an issue with no audio for first half of clip.
Checked a while ago in my Android app and the clip length does now actually show the correct length BUT if you start to watch it there is no audio initially and after a while the clip length goes wrong then towards the end of the clip the audio starts but is out of sync then the video stops but the audio continues.
Obviously some corruption in the firmware on how the Q is creating the videos WHICH HOPEFULLY NETGEAR WILL FIX ASAP!!
I have a 19 second clip.
It shows in the Android app as 0.19 so looks good.
Start to play clip BUT NO AUDIO from the start.
Time is correct up to 0.11
At 0.11 the audio starts at which point the clip counter length (time shown into video on left hand side) shows 0.11 Then jumps to 4:8:00
Then it counts from 4:8:00 to 4:8:01, 4:8:02 etc right up to 4:8:18.
At around 4:8:11 the actual video (image) stops but the audio continues right up to the end of the clip at 4:8:18.
There is obviously some video encoding error in the latest firmware update which is corrupting the videos which hopefully will be rectified soon in the next firmware update.
Up to this recent error/corruption my Arlo Q has worked perfectly fine and has been excellent, so I hope its fixed back to how it was before.
(NOTE TO NETGEAR - if it ain't broke don't fix it - it was working fine before your last update - what did you do to break it? Why did you "Need" to update something that was working fine before?)
Then before they release a new firmware TEST IT to make sure it actually works and doesn't cause problems.
My Arlo Q has worked perfectly until this recent problem and I'm sure it was just sloppy coding by the Devs and the fact they didn't properly test it before it was released in to the wild.
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