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November 27, 2017 at 12:01 pm #34808
Any help or advice you can offer would be appreciated.
This is the advice that I gave to this customer.
There is no formal SDK, however, our iDVR-PRO surveillance DVRs provide direct access to the RTSP stream for each security camera via an RTSP URL. This is how it works. The below example assumes the LAN IP address of your DVR is 192.168.0.25. You should replace this with the actual LAN IP address of your DVR.
The main stream is broadcast at the max resolution supported by the camera. The second stream is lower resolution in case you have bandwidth constraints or some other reason to stream in lower resolution.
rtsp://ADMIN:firstname.lastname@example.org:5554/live/main0 – this is the main video stream for camera 1
rtsp://ADMIN:email@example.com:5554/live/second0 – this is the secondary video stream for camera 1
rtsp://ADMIN:firstname.lastname@example.org:5554/live/main1 – this is the main video stream for camera 2
rtsp://ADMIN:email@example.com:5554/live/second1 – this is the secondary video stream for camera 2
For camera 3, replace the 1 with a 2 on the end of the URL. So on and so forth.
A software developer will be able to use the RTSP stream to create video streaming applications using any programming language that has an interface to RTSP. You can also use Open Broadcaster Software to consume the RTSP stream(s). Open Broadcaster Software is integrated with every major video streaming platform.
I hope that this helps you. Please let us know if we can help further.May 15, 2019 at 10:26 am #36636
*** UPDATE ***
We recently stumbled across an easy and inexpensive way to get an RTSP HTML Embed code if you would like to embed an RTSP video stream to your website. No servers or expensive equipment involved.
Please refer to the below article.
- This reply was modified 1 year ago by James Haldas.
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