I have an Axis P1355 camera running Exacq Edge 6.6. The time stamp on the Exacq Live view is out by 8 hours and no matter what I try, I cannot fix it. Been on hold with Exacq Tier 2 for over an hour, thought I'd see if any IPVM members have seen issues like this.
The Axis P1355 time is manually set to the correct time 5:36pm and my timezone is the correct GMT-8 (Vancouver, Las Vegas etc). Time is manually set and not set using a time server (like pool.ntp.org etc)
The Exacq Edge time is also manually set by myself using the Exacq client (v6.6). On the Date/Time screen however I do not have a selected TimeZone - it is empty. The only choice using the TimeZone dropdown box is "(GMT-05:00) osixrules" - (This is the same if use an old or current version of Exacq client or if I use Mac or PC client). What on earth is "osixrules" - is this a bug or some kind of Exacq Easter Egg from an Exacq programmer who is a Mac enthusiast? To make things more annoying, when I select "GMT-5 osixrules", the Exacq time changes to 12:36pm which is out by 5 hours. (Correct time should be 5:36pm)
Despite the fact that both Axis and Exacq times are manually set to the correct time/date - the Live View on Exacq client (ie what the end user would see) says the incorrect time by 8 hours (9:36am) no matter how often I force feed it the correct time. Been trying to get it resolved for a few hours now with no success.
I would love to ask Exacq about the osixrules time server thing, but again, been on hold forever. I will post an update if I find a solution, but in the meantime - any ideas?