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*'''Format:''' rtsp://[username]:[password]@[IPaddress]:[port]/cam/realmonitor?channel=[channel]&subtype=[stream]
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*'''Example (Main Stream):''' rtsp://user:password@amcrestcam:554/cam/realmonitor?channel=1&subtype=00
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Latest revision as of 22:01, 7 June 2019

This page contains information that I've found useful relating to IP Security Camera models that I'm interested in.

Amcrest

IP4M-1028E

Default Username/Password

  • Username: admin
  • Password: admin

RTSP Feed URL

  • Format: rtsp://[username]:[password]@[IPaddress]:[port]/cam/realmonitor?channel=[channel]&subtype=[stream]
  • Example (Main Stream): rtsp://user:password@amcrestcam:554/cam/realmonitor?channel=1&subtype=00
  • Example (Sub Stream): rtsp://user:password@amcrestcam:554/cam/realmonitor?channel=1&subtype=01

Foscam

FI8910W

MJPEG Video Feed URL

  • Format: http://<ip address>/videostream.cgi?user=<user>&pwd=<password>
  • Example: http://foscam1/videostream.cgi?user=user&pwd=password123

Shinobi

  • Capture Framerate: 1 to 30+ FPS
  • Remote Host Port: 80
  • Target colorspace: 24 bit

Bluecherry

  • Video stream source: MJPEG
  • Path to MJPEG: /videostream.cgi
  • MJPEG Port: 80
  • ONVIF Port: 80

Hikvision/EziView

DS-2CD1121-I

RTSP Video Feed URL

  • Format: rtsp://<username>:<password>@<host>:554/Streaming/Channels/<channel #><stream ##>?transportmode=mcast&profile=Profile_1
  • Example (Main Stream): rtsp://user:password123@eziview1:554/Streaming/Channels/101?transportmode=mcast&profile=Profile_1
  • Example (Sub Stream): rtsp://user:password123@eziview1:554/Streaming/Channels/102?transportmode=mcast&profile=Profile_1

Shinobi

  • Capture Framerate: 1 to 30+ FPS

ZoneMinder

  • Main Capture Resolution: 1920 x 1080
  • Sub Capture Resolution: 640 x 480

Bluecherry

  • Video stream source: RTSP
  • Path to RTSP: /Streaming/Channels/101?transportmode=mcast&profile=Profile_1
  • RTSP Port: 554
  • Transport: TCP
  • ONVIF port: 80

Reolink

RLC-411S

RTSP H264 Video Feed URL

  • Format: rtsp://<username>:<password>@<host>:554/h264Preview_<channel>_<stream type>
  • Example (Main Stream): rtsp://user:password123@reolink1:554/h264Preview_01_main
  • Example (Sub Stream): rtsp://user:password123@reolink1:554/h264Preview_01_sub

Shinobi

  • Capture Framerate: 30 FPS

ZoneMinder

  • Main Capture Resolution: 3072 x 1730
  • Sub Capture Resolution: 640 x 350

Bluecherry

  • Video stream source: RTSP
  • Path to RTSP: /h264Preview_01_main (or /h264Preview_01_sub)
  • RTSP Port: 554
  • Transport: TCP
  • ONVIF Port: 80

Hints, Tips, & Tricks

  • I can only see six (6) streams in a montage. The seventh get dropped.
    • I saw this problem in ZoneMinder and Shinobi while using FireFox. It turns out that FireFox defaults to only allowing 6 streams per server.
    • This can be fixed by going to about:config and changing the following settings
      • browser.cache.check_doc_frequency 3 -> 1 (this causes FireFox to check for a new version of the page every time it is loaded)
      • browser.cache.disk.enable True -> False (this disables FireFox's ability to cache page content to the hard drive)
      • network.http.max-connections -> raise to 100
      • network.http.max-persistent-connections-per-proxy -> raise to 100
      • network.http.max-persistent-connections-per-server -> raise to 100 (this was originally 6 and probably the root cause of my problem)

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