Error connecting to camera RTSP_TCP // working using VLC and iSpy software


#1

I am trying to convert to Netcam Studio form iSpy.

I’m trying to connect to my camera using RTSP_TCP with rtsp://admin:****@192.168.1.155:554/live/ch0 (same settings as iSpy).
Port 80 or 554 makes no difference.
I can use that same address in VLC and it works just fine & I can use that address in ispy camera software and it works.

Netcam studio not working (but) vlc is showing video just fine.

iSpy software settings for the same camera.


#2

What camera is it?
Test if you can connect it with the tab ONVIF Source.
Try to use rtsp_udp
port 80 or 554

-henrik


#3

ONVIF Source doesn’t work for these cameras. I search for the camera - enter in the user and password. click on Get Profiles. Get nothing in return for Profile selection.

RTSP_TCP / RTSP_UDP / RTSP_HTTP ports 80,553 not working.

Wansview K2 720. These work just fine using vlc or iSpy … beginning to think its just NetCam that doesn’t like them for some reason.
http://www.wansview.com/works/720P/indoor/73.html



#4

Alright … I see that you are responding @Henrik - but I installed netcam on a vm of windows 10 and installed netcam software and the cameras are working using rtsp_tcp rtsp://admin:****@192.168.1.155:554/live/ch0 …

So something is stuck on the install on my Dedicated windows 10 pro pc… ARGH


#5

Yes, very strange!
Change ch0 to ch1 or ch2 if that makes any difference:
rtsp://admin:xxxxxx@192.168.1.155:554/live/ch1
rtsp://admin:xxxxx@192.168.1.155:554/live/ch2

We have been thru this before and you made it work Netcam software issues and RTSP connection issues with Wansview 720p K2


#6

AH Right! … So I did the old delete everything in C:\ProgramData\Moonware\Netcam Studio\Server - Now its letting me add the camera using - rtsp://admin:****@192.168.1.155:554/live/ch0

So NetCam is not fully removing the cameras when you delete them form the server gui. That is super annoying …