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  1. Is it allowed to post an integration to Home Center with third party support tools? I hope so, because this is awesome! My goal: Show the latest ringer at my front door in the Fibaro Home Center App when using my Ring Doorbell. The Challenge: Ring.com has no official API and snapshots are not possible at the moment. Fibaro does not support Ring Doorbell and Home Center and LUA code is not able to download a video and extract a frame from it. How I fixed it? I run a Node-RED box on (Debian) Linux. I installed Python with the Python Ring Door Bell Library to download the latest ringer video and ffmpeg to create a snapshot image. I use Node-RED to serve this snapshot with HTTP to the Home Center. You can also use NGINX, Apache or whatever webserver you like! This post is for experienced users, I skip a lot Linux stuff. A more detailed approach is on my website (see my signature). 1. Install Python, pip and ffmpeg (of not already present) on your Linux (Raspberry/NUC/etc..) box: sudo apt-get install python python-pip ffmpeg 2. Install the Python Ring Door Bell Library: pip install ring_doorbell 3. Create a folder and download my FibaroRingCam.py script to it: mkdir FibaroRingCam cd FibaroRingCam wget https://github.com/joepv/fibaro/blob/master/FibaroRingCam.py 4. In the script you have to edit the following lines with your own (login) information: myring = Ring('user@ring.com', 'password') mypath = '/home/joep/FibaroRingCam/' 5. Now run the file. You can run it as a service, but that is out of the scope of this topic. 6. Serve the snapshot with Node-RED to the Home Center. Add the following node to Node-RED and edit the path of the file node to the path of the last_ding.jpg snapshot. If you want to use another webserver configure it to serve the snapshot: [{"id":"d1f4395b.cd0778","type":"comment","z":"30de6047.723c","name":"Fibaro Ring Camera Snapshot","info":"","x":160,"y":180,"wires":[]},{"id":"e42e6aeb.e610e8","type":"http in","z":"30de6047.723c","name":"[get] /last_ding.jpg","url":"/last_ding.jpg","method":"get","upload":false,"swaggerDoc":"","x":130,"y":220,"wires":[["9329fca.9bf87"]]},{"id":"9329fca.9bf87","type":"file in","z":"30de6047.723c","name":"last_ding.jpg","filename":"/home/joep/FibaroRingCam/last_ding.jpg","format":"","chunk":false,"sendError":false,"x":350,"y":220,"wires":[["5dd8cb15.ea08b4"]]},{"id":"5dd8cb15.ea08b4","type":"http response","z":"30de6047.723c","name":"serve last_ding.jpg","statusCode":"","headers":{"content-type":"image/jpeg"},"x":590,"y":220,"wires":[]}] 7. Add a new camera in Fibaro Home Center 2: 8. Give the camera a useful name and change the advanced settings to the following settings: IP address: node-red ip address:port JPG path: last_ding.jpg MJPG stream: last_ding.jpg Note! The MJPG stream does not work, you have NO video! I’m still searching for a solution to play the last Ring video as camera stream. The result in Home Center 2: And in the Home Center App: What the Python script does? It logs in at the Ring.com servers and checks every 15 seconds if there is a new ring. It saves a local file to know if the last ring is a new one. If the ring is new, it downloads the lastest video and feeds it to ffmpeg to extract 1 frame to create a snapshot.
  2. Hi all! anyone know if there exist a solution for setting Yale Doorman status via Verisure mypages ? There is a python module for it, but I know close to nothing about python/lua programming. Is it at all possible to covert some of it to have a virtual device lock/unlock the door via a z-wave keypad activating this VD ? The original script is found here: https://github.com/persandstrom/python-verisure The status itself is not really important, the important stuff is setting the state of the lock, any feedback/errorcatching is just a bonus imo.
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