Good job on the water candling, it confirms that many are viable, but lack of movement doesn't necessarily mean they are dead, they do rest at times!
The humidity will be high thanks to the water dip. It will drop on its own. Because of evaporative cooling, if I water candle I use warm water, pull the eggs one at a time, and get them right back in the incubator. I generally only water candle eggs that are late to hatch.
The eggs do look to be floating a bit low in the water for day 19. That means small air cells. And they aren't drawing down yet, since they aren't tilted. I saw the one egg flip over to pointy end up...that was weird. Was it rotten?
Is your incubator fan that loud in real life as in the video?
Edited by WalnutHill - 10/15/15 at 3:56pm