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ChrisS
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Re: IP Camera Viewer Basic and Pro, fresh out of the oven (ONVIF, RTSP coming soon)

Thu Dec 06, 2018 4:44 pm

Does IP Camera Viewer support deep linking? I'd like to get my Roku to go straight to the feed of my front door camera.

Thanks!
 
ioan
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Re: IP Camera Viewer Basic and Pro, fresh out of the oven (ONVIF, RTSP coming soon)

Thu Dec 06, 2018 11:58 pm

ChrisS wrote:
Does IP Camera Viewer support deep linking? I'd like to get my Roku to go straight to the feed of my front door camera.

Thanks!


Not yet, but I'll add it in a future update.
https://github.com/e1ioan/
http://rokucam.com
 
wwj1060
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Re: IP Camera Viewer Basic and Pro, fresh out of the oven (ONVIF, RTSP coming soon)

Sat Dec 08, 2018 6:06 am

I am trying to get a Reolink 410 camera working with ip camera viewer?  I am new to using Roku and security cameras but I would like to be able to see my camera on my tv through Roku.  I have tried many of the ideas from the forum but cant get it going, maybe it's not possible.  It has no problem in the phone app, the computer app or on ispy. I just can t seem to figure out how to configure it on ip camera viewer in Roku. Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks in advance
 
ioan
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Re: IP Camera Viewer Basic and Pro, fresh out of the oven (ONVIF, RTSP coming soon)

Sat Dec 08, 2018 8:22 am

I don't think the Reolink cameras support mjpeg. You can try using the snapshot url:
https://support.reolink.com/hc/en-us/ar ... ink-Camera

In IP Camera help it explains how to use a URL that has login and password in it.
https://github.com/e1ioan/
http://rokucam.com
 
RonRok
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Re: IP Camera Viewer Basic and Pro, fresh out of the oven (ONVIF, RTSP coming soon)

Sat Dec 08, 2018 3:32 pm

I feel I'm getting real close to getting this to work for my rebranded HIKvision cameras (Alibi).

I can use the following URL via google chrome to stream the mjpeg substream:
http://user:password@ip/Streaming/channels/102/httppreview
 
So I tried setting up the stream url with no luck as:
{0}:{1}@ip/Streaming/channels/102/httppreview

I hoped IP camera viewer would just supply the http:// and then my stream url.  no dice.

Is there any way to supply a complete custom url or at least get it to format it as I did for chrome?

Thanks,
Ron
 
ioan
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Re: IP Camera Viewer Basic and Pro, fresh out of the oven (ONVIF, RTSP coming soon)

Sat Dec 08, 2018 11:43 pm

RonRok wrote:
I feel I'm getting real close to getting this to work for my rebranded HIKvision cameras (Alibi).

I can use the following URL via google chrome to stream the mjpeg substream:
http://user:password@ip/Streaming/channels/102/httppreview
 
So I tried setting up the stream url with no luck as:
{0}:{1}@ip/Streaming/channels/102/httppreview

I hoped IP camera viewer would just supply the http:// and then my stream url.  no dice.

Is there any way to supply a complete custom url or at least get it to format it as I did for chrome?

Thanks,
Ron

Fill the ip, login and password when you create a camera in the application and select "hikvision" in camera brands. That should do it
https://github.com/e1ioan/
http://rokucam.com
 
explor202
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Re: IP Camera Viewer Basic and Pro, fresh out of the oven (ONVIF, RTSP coming soon)

Thu Dec 13, 2018 5:07 pm

I'm hoping someone can help me set this up for a USB camera I have in my garage. Blue Iris is installed on the garage PC, and the USB camera signal is sent over WiFi into my house. There another PC is set up running BI too, and I can see the garage cam fine (the cam model on the house PC is Raw H.264, the path is /h264/cam1). I've tried just about every configuration I can think of in IP Camera Viewer Basic, but nothing has worked. Does anyone have any suggestions?
 
ioan
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Re: IP Camera Viewer Basic and Pro, fresh out of the oven (ONVIF, RTSP coming soon)

Fri Dec 14, 2018 1:12 am

explor202 wrote:
I'm hoping someone can help me set this up for a USB camera I have in my garage. Blue Iris is installed on the garage PC, and the USB camera signal is sent over WiFi into my house. There another PC is set up running BI too, and I can see the garage cam fine (the cam model on the house PC is Raw H.264, the path is /h264/cam1). I've tried just about every configuration I can think of in IP Camera Viewer Basic, but nothing has worked. Does anyone have any suggestions?


The application only works with mjpeg steams or jpeg snapshots. To view h264 steam you need extra hardware (see the help).
https://github.com/e1ioan/
http://rokucam.com
 
explor202
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Re: IP Camera Viewer Basic and Pro, fresh out of the oven (ONVIF, RTSP coming soon)

Fri Dec 14, 2018 6:56 am

ioan wrote:
explor202 wrote:
I'm hoping someone can help me set this up for a USB camera I have in my garage. Blue Iris is installed on the garage PC, and the USB camera signal is sent over WiFi into my house. There another PC is set up running BI too, and I can see the garage cam fine (the cam model on the house PC is Raw H.264, the path is /h264/cam1). I've tried just about every configuration I can think of in IP Camera Viewer Basic, but nothing has worked. Does anyone have any suggestions?


The application only works with mjpeg steams or jpeg snapshots. To view h264 steam you need extra hardware (see the help).

Thanks. When I view the garage stream in Chrome, it shows it's a jpegpull.html stream. Is that the same as jpeg snapshots? I tried adding that string but still couldn't view the camera.
 
ioan
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Re: IP Camera Viewer Basic and Pro, fresh out of the oven (ONVIF, RTSP coming soon)

Fri Dec 14, 2018 11:53 am

explor202 wrote:
ioan wrote:
explor202 wrote:
I'm hoping someone can help me set this up for a USB camera I have in my garage. Blue Iris is installed on the garage PC, and the USB camera signal is sent over WiFi into my house. There another PC is set up running BI too, and I can see the garage cam fine (the cam model on the house PC is Raw H.264, the path is /h264/cam1). I've tried just about every configuration I can think of in IP Camera Viewer Basic, but nothing has worked. Does anyone have any suggestions?


The application only works with mjpeg steams or jpeg snapshots. To view h264 steam you need extra hardware (see the help).

Thanks. When I view the garage stream in Chrome, it shows it's a jpegpull.html stream. Is that the same as jpeg snapshots? I tried adding that string but still couldn't view the camera.


You'll have to get the link directly to the image, not the page that the image is shown on. You can right click on the image in Chrome and select "Copy image address". If the address is, for example:
http://192.168.1.80/mjpg/video.mjpg?cam ... stamp=1234
In the IP Camera Viewer on your roku in the IP address you add 192.168.1.80, and in the stream url you add: /mjpg/video.mjpg?camera=1&streamprofile=test&timestamp=1234
Of course, don't forget to fill in the login and password for the camera and also the port.
https://github.com/e1ioan/
http://rokucam.com
 
explor202
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Re: IP Camera Viewer Basic and Pro, fresh out of the oven (ONVIF, RTSP coming soon)

Fri Dec 14, 2018 1:19 pm

ioan wrote:
explor202 wrote:
ioan wrote:
Thanks. When I view the garage stream in Chrome, it shows it's a jpegpull.html stream. Is that the same as jpeg snapshots? I tried adding that string but still couldn't view the camera.


You'll have to get the link directly to the image, not the page that the image is shown on. You can right click on the image in Chrome and select "Copy image address". If the address is, for example:
http://192.168.1.80/mjpg/video.mjpg?cam ... stamp=1234
In the IP Camera Viewer on your roku in the IP address you add 192.168.1.80, and in the stream url you add: /mjpg/video.mjpg?camera=1&streamprofile=test&timestamp=1234
Of course, don't forget to fill in the login and password for the camera and also the port.

Thanks for the reply. I tried that yesterday too, but since Chrome shows "/image/Cam1?time=3810" (image instead of mjpg) I assume that it's not going to work?

UPDATE: I found some tricks posted on an IP cam site that seem to work, as I can now see my BI feed in this channel. Thanks for the quick responses...
Last edited by explor202 on Fri Dec 14, 2018 1:59 pm, edited 1 time in total.
 
ioan
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Re: IP Camera Viewer Basic and Pro, fresh out of the oven (ONVIF, RTSP coming soon)

Fri Dec 14, 2018 1:52 pm

explor202 wrote:
ioan wrote:
explor202 wrote:
ioan wrote:
Thanks. When I view the garage stream in Chrome, it shows it's a jpegpull.html stream. Is that the same as jpeg snapshots? I tried adding that string but still couldn't view the camera.


You'll have to get the link directly to the image, not the page that the image is shown on. You can right click on the image in Chrome and select "Copy image address". If the address is, for example:
http://192.168.1.80/mjpg/video.mjpg?cam ... stamp=1234
In the IP Camera Viewer on your roku in the IP address you add 192.168.1.80, and in the stream url you add: /mjpg/video.mjpg?camera=1&streamprofile=test&timestamp=1234
Of course, don't forget to fill in the login and password for the camera and also the port.

Thanks for the reply. I tried that yesterday too, but since Chrome shows "/image/Cam1?time=3810" (image instead of mjpg) I assume that it's not going to work?

The uri doesn't have to have mjpeg in it. Try this:
fill in the IP, fill in the port (80 by default), fill in your login and password and then, in the stream url use: /image/Cam1? 
See if that works.
https://github.com/e1ioan/
http://rokucam.com
 
explor202
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Re: IP Camera Viewer Basic and Pro, fresh out of the oven (ONVIF, RTSP coming soon)

Fri Dec 14, 2018 2:39 pm

ioan wrote:
explor202 wrote:
ioan wrote:


You'll have to get the link directly to the image, not the page that the image is shown on. You can right click on the image in Chrome and select "Copy image address". If the address is, for example:
http://192.168.1.80/mjpg/video.mjpg?cam ... stamp=1234
In the IP Camera Viewer on your roku in the IP address you add 192.168.1.80, and in the stream url you add: /mjpg/video.mjpg?camera=1&streamprofile=test&timestamp=1234
Of course, don't forget to fill in the login and password for the camera and also the port.

Thanks for the reply. I tried that yesterday too, but since Chrome shows "/image/Cam1?time=3810" (image instead of mjpg) I assume that it's not going to work?

The uri doesn't have to have mjpeg in it. Try this:
fill in the IP, fill in the port (80 by default), fill in your login and password and then, in the stream url use: /image/Cam1? 
See if that works.

Thanks again for the prompt replies. What ended up working for me was /mjpg/index?
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