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How to get the PCV2300 camera video script to display the video on a web page?

Hi Team,

I have a VAR willing to begin installing our PVC2300.

But they want to know if, with our IP cameras, they can do what is possible with Axis IP cameras.

The challenge is to display the camera video on a web page and they want to know how to get the camera video script for that.

Thanks for your help.

Frederic

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Re: How to get the PCV2300 camera video script to display the vi

Our IP Cameras have a built in web server.  So if you set an alternate TCP port on the PVC2300 and built the NAT rule for it on the router, you can get something like this to work:

http://172.18.218.234:1024/video.htm and it looks like the attachment I share as camera_web_1

(so this does carry with it the web page frames)

If they want to monitor up to 16 cameras using our free SWVMS monitoring utility, just upgrade the PVC2300 to FW version 1.0.1 (also free) and download the SWVMS16 SW in the same place you find the FW.   Did I mention its free?

It looks like this (attached camera_web_2.gif)

You can also use Apple QT, VLC Media Player, etc to view the video in HTTP or RTSP (enable RTSP on the camera and forward port 554 to the camera and  watch it from a mobile 3GPP device using rtsp:///mobile.sdp )

Hope this helps.

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Rising star

Re: How to get the PCV2300 camera video script to display the vi

Stephanie Reaves, has posted the application programmers interface (API)  for the cameras see the following URL, check out the link below

https://www.myciscocommunity.com/docs/DOC-6744



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Re: How to get the PCV2300 camera video script to display the vi

Our IP Cameras have a built in web server.  So if you set an alternate TCP port on the PVC2300 and built the NAT rule for it on the router, you can get something like this to work:

http://172.18.218.234:1024/video.htm and it looks like the attachment I share as camera_web_1

(so this does carry with it the web page frames)

If they want to monitor up to 16 cameras using our free SWVMS monitoring utility, just upgrade the PVC2300 to FW version 1.0.1 (also free) and download the SWVMS16 SW in the same place you find the FW.   Did I mention its free?

It looks like this (attached camera_web_2.gif)

You can also use Apple QT, VLC Media Player, etc to view the video in HTTP or RTSP (enable RTSP on the camera and forward port 554 to the camera and  watch it from a mobile 3GPP device using rtsp:///mobile.sdp )

Hope this helps.

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Cisco Employee

Re: How to get the PCV2300 camera video script to display the vi

Hi Steve,

Answer gave by Dave seems to be more close to what I'm looking for.

I will check with the customer if the 3 ulr GET methods in Dave answer match their needs.

Thanks anyway.

Frederic

Rising star

Re: How to get the PCV2300 camera video script to display the vi

Stephanie Reaves, has posted the application programmers interface (API)  for the cameras see the following URL, check out the link below

https://www.myciscocommunity.com/docs/DOC-6744



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Cisco Employee

Re: How to get the PCV2300 camera video script to display the vi

Hi Dave,

I got feedback from the VAR. You answer is what they are exactely looking for.

Thanks for your help.

Frederic

Re: How to get the PCV2300 camera video script to display the vi

can i apply the variables to the mjpg stream?

i.e. can i call resolution and quality remotely like in jpg?

for example this is obviously not the same model but i am trying

http://www.brazos925.mylinksyscam.com/img/video.mjpeg?size=320x240

and it still gives me a 640x480 pic.

same thing for

http://www.brazos925.mylinksyscam.com/img/snapshot.cgi?size=320x240

i am using firefox.

am i missing something?

Rising star

Re: How to get the PCV2300 camera video script to display the vi

Stephanie Reaves, has posted the API for the cameras see the following URL

https://www.myciscocommunity.com/docs/DOC-6744

Re: How to get the PCV2300 camera video script to display the vi

i applied but i don't have access to that part of the website yet.  that is why i was asking in this thread.

Re: How to get the PCV2300 camera video script to display the vi

Hi TotalControl,

Are you a Cisco Registered Partner?   I think if you are, that should work for you.  If not, please register and then try that again.

If you are already and it doesnt work, let us know and we'll look into it.

Thanks,

Steve

Re: How to get the PCV2300 camera video script to display the vi

i registered last night but it says i have to wait a couple of days for someone to contact me.  i have a regular cisco.com registration but that obviously does not work for partner central.

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Re: How to get the PCV2300 camera video script to display the vi

Hello,

Did you hear back in regards to gaining your partner registration?  Please let us know so we can direct you to the appropriate resource if needed.

Thank you,

Cisco Moderation Team

Beginner

Re: How to get the PCV2300 camera video script to display the vi

I'm in exactly the same boat.  I'd like to get a copy of the PVC2300 API doc, but my newly-created Cisco login doesn't seem to have access to the doc.

Uh...  Help?  :)

   -Scott

Re: How to get the PCV2300 camera video script to display the vi

Scott,

I have asked the team responsible for that document (posted above) to let us know what level of Partner authentication is required to access that doc.

Steve

Re: How to get the PCV2300 camera video script to display the vi

Just verified this information is protected for partner access and login credentials only.

Beginner

Re: How to get the PCV2300 camera video script to display the vi

Use the bottom command and change the size=320x240 to size=2 for quality you can chose 1-5, 1 being the best. size=2&quality=x.

(This replies to Total...)

Alan.