fEVR (pronounced fee-ver), frigate Event Video Recorder

fEVR - frigate Event Video Recorder (pronounced fee-ver) that expands upon what frigate can do.

Open your Home Assistant instance and show the add add-on repository dialog with a specific repository URL pre-filled.

It uses an automation using a RESTful command via a custom HTTP api.

fEVR then fetches event information including the event snapshot and event clip using frigate’s HTTP API, stores it indepently from frigate, and stashes information about the event in an SQLite database.

When loaded, the interface grabs frigates config via it’s API and writes it’s menu according to frigate’s defined menu and has links to each object tracked by the camera and a direct link to frigate’s mjpeg stream for a quick live view.

Also available as a standalone docker container as well.

Hope someone finds this useful!!!


God damn, find me a coral device! Their shortage is very frustrating.

I just bought one on eBay a few weeks ago. Only $200US. :unamused:

Oof. I thought $160 was too much when I bought mine.

I have run frigate on a $10 linode with <4 remote cameras at 1fps detection using CPU detectors. It actually held up quite nice.
Not a perfect solution, but it works.

Found some issues with configuration up intially bringing up the container. Got it all fixed up and ready to go.