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How to access the MPEG-4 Video Stream on the WVC210

guillermocarrion
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Hi!

We bought a couple of WVC210 cameras and I want to stream them online.

I was able to access the MJPEG (Motion JPEG) URL, but this uses higher data transfer.

I know that this camera does have a way to encode to MPEG-4, but I have no idea how to access this stream.

I know that the MJPEG URL is:

http://<ip-address>/img/video.mjpeg

But I don't know the MPEG-4 video URL... I tried searching online and the documentation, but couldn't find it anywhere. Does anyone know the URL for it? Is an RTSP or HTTP URL?

Thanks!

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mpyhala
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Rising star

Guillermo,

Try this:

Please reply and let us know if this is helpful.

Thanks,

Actually I'm looking for the direct stream URL, but that hint got me to see the source of the page and I think I found it.

http:///img/video.asf

That is the correct one, right? Is there any other method of accessing the direct stream of the MPEG-4? Is there an RTSP version of it?

I have tried media.sav before, but didn't worked. At least with VLC, it doesn't play it.

Guillermo,

With VLC I use http:///img/video.asf and it works very well.

It looks like http:///img/video.asf is the way to go.

Does anyone knows about a DirectShow source filter/driver that allows to connect the ip cameras to applications such as Skype, Flash Media Live Encoder, Windows Media Encoder, Ustream/Livestream?

The idea is to have the camera appears like a local device. I tried WebcamXP Directshow filter and it works fine with MJPEG and Flash Media Live Encoder. But I can't make it work with the MPEG-4 .asf file.

Is there any other solution similar, that could work?

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