Your expertise is appreciated. The port appears to be for streaming. They have a PC app that discovers the cameras (all of the Fentac cameras) and you can use their software to watch. When it locates it, it uses the port 5050. I am assuming this is for streaming purposes. However, when I try to visit this URL via a browser or VLC, no luck. I could just be doing it wrong. I personally do not know a whole lot about ONVIF, however, I am sure that I using the correct credentials because I have changed it a few hours ago to ensure I was doing so.
Now, I downloaded ONVIF Device Manager (amazing program - thank you for pointing me to this) and it can pickup and view the live stream. No credentials required…could this be because I just blanked out the password on the camera and the default username is admin? So right now credentials are a username of an admin and no password? Now I tried using these credentials on Netcam, and it still continues to not proceed after pressing connecting. With a username, and without a username.
Now if I take the stream URL from ONVIF and use it under Custom source, it works, but then my camera lacks the function of PTZ features - which if I am correct, by connecting with ONVIF, I would be able to use these features? If I cannot get it to work, I can’t, but I’d like to try.
Your help is appreciated Henrik.