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Onvif-protocol for easy setup of IP-camera’s

Theo Derks - NL (distributor) 6 years ago in Products / Other drivers updated by Dennis Piet 2 weeks ago 4
Installers that are working in security-industry are asking us: is it possible to implement the Onvif-protocol for easy setup of IP-camera’s etc?

Please see www.onvif.org (http://www.onvif.org)

Is this module still in working condition?

I cannot get it to work with any of my customer's ONVIF cameras.

Scanning for ONVIF cameras in my network gives no results, even though I have 5 of them. All of them are found with ODM.

Also scanning would only work within your own network, not for adding cameras that reside elsewhere on the internet. I think there should be an option to manually add camera's, by inputting the address.

When I manually add one of the cameras in the code to temp_data_json (line 4 of GUImain), I only get:

SCRIPT Script exception: TypeError: C:\Users\Dennis\AppData\Roaming\iRidium Mobile\iRidiumStudio\iRidium pro documents\Studio\Temp\project88565921\scripts\GUICam.js:28: Tried to use undefined as an object

I have also tested this module in i3 Lite, but there also the scanner does not find any camera's.

It would be nice to have an example project of how to use this module in your own project, without the scanner / GUI / option settings.   The videostream I can get with the normal rtsp in project cameras, but I need to add PTZ control to that.

Thanks for the quick response Vladimir.  I just tried your version.

This seems a little bit better. Now my manually added ONVIF-camera shows up in the GUI, but it now gives an "Authorization fail..." and a iR_Loading animation.

In the logfile: SCRIPT Script exception: TypeError: C:\Users\Dennis\AppData\Roaming\iRidium Mobile\iRidiumStudio\iRidium pro documents\Studio\Temp\project9454765\scripts\UNITOnvifCam.js:456: Tried to use undefined as an object