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jspilde
Binge Watcher

Re: IP Camera Viewer v4.0 with RTSP/ONVIF support released

I've been using IP Camera Viewer Pro for quite a while, currently version 5.3. I have several Reolink cameras. The RLC-410S I've added with a http link like follows: /cgi-bin/api.cgi?cmd=Snap&channel=0&rs=jfdk&user=MyUser&password=MYPassword

I have a newer RLC-410-5MP which works fine in a web browser on my laptop, but will not load within the IP Camera Viewer.

Any suggestions? I'd like to add it for a split screen view.

Also, if there are other options to view streaming video vs. jpeg, with this model of camera I'd be interested.

 

Thanks,

Jason

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spydervw
Newbie

Re: IP Camera Viewer v4.0 with RTSP/ONVIF support released

Having the same issue with the Reolink RLC-423. Any luck getting yours to work?

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jspilde
Binge Watcher

Re: IP Camera Viewer v4.0 with RTSP/ONVIF support released

No luck here.

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Re: IP Camera Viewer v4.0 with RTSP/ONVIF support released

Same issue here, I have a Reolink RCL-410-5Mp and I am unable to connect. Would love to get this app working. Thank you

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ke3vin
Newbie

Re: IP Camera Viewer v4.0 with RTSP/ONVIF support released

Ditto. (RLC-410-5MP)  The app cannot find the camera via ONVIF, and when choosing the Reolink model, no images are returned.

The camera should support RTSP, it would be great if it worked as advertised.

Just purchased the Pro version hoping it would work, but I guess I'll see if I can get my money back.

My older RLC-410 works fine using the snap URL.

 

Kevin

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GetAstream
Newbie

Re: IP Camera Viewer v4.0 with RTSP/ONVIF support released

Would your app support an HDMI encoder, such as the one made by URayCoder.

I listed some of the relevant features of the HDMI encoder below:

2. MPEG-4 /H.264 AVC and MJPEG video encoding for selection
3. AAC, AAC+, AAC++, AC3, MP3, MP2, G.711 audio encoding
4. Bitrate of output video stream is adjustable from 32kbit/s to 32mbit/s(CBR, Strong CBR, VBR)
5. Support HTTP, SRT, UDP, RTP, RTSP, RTMP, RTMPS, HLS(M3U8), FLV, ONVIF, Unitcast, Multicast streaming protocol

Streaming Protocol:HTTP, SRT, UDP, RTSP, RTMP, RTMPS, HLS(M3U8), FLV, Multicast, ONVIF, RTP, Unitcast

Thanks for your response!

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ethosoccer
Channel Surfer

Re: IP Camera Viewer v4.0 with RTSP/ONVIF support released

@tmoenter 

Stumbled upon a fix for my setup so thought I'd pass along. I had to manually enter the "encode" section of my NVR and change my substream compression type to mjpeg from h.264 for the stream to work on the Roku app.

Apparently the app is only compatible with mjpeg compression in my experience, so I set all my camera substreams to that.

Hope this helps some lost soul Googling fruitlessly like me!

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joemaine
Channel Surfer

Re: IP Camera Viewer v4.0 with RTSP/ONVIF support released

Yet another RLC-423 looking for assistance.

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Badpoop
Newbie

Re: IP Camera Viewer v4.0 with RTSP/ONVIF support released

I have similar links to this, "rtsp://hostport/camera-38?".

 

Do these not work on this app?

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jspilde
Binge Watcher

Re: IP Camera Viewer v4.0 with RTSP/ONVIF support released

What 


@ethosoccer wrote:

@tmoenter 

Stumbled upon a fix for my setup so thought I'd pass along. I had to manually enter the "encode" section of my NVR and change my substream compression type to mjpeg from h.264 for the stream to work on the Roku app.

Apparently the app is only compatible with mjpeg compression in my experience, so I set all my camera substreams to that.

Hope this helps some lost soul Googling fruitlessly like me!


What camera do you have? I don't see this option for the 410 models.

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