Logitech indoor and outdoor cameras


#1

How do I get the program to recognize the 8 cameras I have?


#2

Hi Alan,
You can connect them in 4 ways; by template, by onvif, by custom urrl or by local source/usb.
What type of cameras is it? IP, usb, do they support onvif, is it ptz, … Otherwise it will be hard to tell.
-Henrik


#3

#4

Cameras are POE - power over ethernet, I’m pretty sure they are PTZ.
Alan


#5

Allan,
Please give me the license number for NCS and I will be happy to assist you further.
-Henrik


#6

Henrik,

My original software from Logitech is no longer supported on the newest microsoft operating system. Before I invest in purchasing a new software package I wanted to be sure that it would be able to read my cameras. This is why I have not yet purchased a license for NCS. Once I know for sure that it will work with my cameras I plan on purchasing the product.

Thanks,
Alan


#7

OK, fine. But, I still cannot help you if you don´t tell me what cameras it is! You need to work with me hear since I cannot guess. It is Logitech, but what models? Have you tested the onvif tab or the ready made templates for Logitech?


#8

The models are 700n and 700e… indoor and outdoor with night vision. I tried the ready made template with no success. I’ll test the onvif tab when I get home from work today.

Alan


#9

I found the cameras and they are not onvif. But, it is only one way to connect them like

-Henrik


#10

I was able to detect my cameras and I have purchased a license. The license number is . Is there a manual that explains all the functions and settings?

Thanks again,
Alan


#11

Hi Alan,
Excellent that you can connect them and thanks for buying the license. There is a manual here http://netcamstudio.com/Support A lot has happened with the software since the manual was written so there are many new things, but a new manual is on the way. However, please read the manual because it will give you a basic understanding how Netcam Studio works and still a lot is the same.
Questions, you know where to find me :slight_smile:,
Henrik


#12

#13

Hi,
Just recently had a problem with two of my cameras not being identified. The other 6 are still working fine but these two are not. They don’t even show up in the IP list when I tried to load them again. I know the cameras are working since I can still see them on my iPad with the logitech software.
Any thoughts are appreciated.

Thanks,
Alan


#14

Hi Alan,
Which 2 cameras is it?
You mean they do not show up when you click here?

-Henrik


#15

Yes, they do not show up when I click the browse button for Server IP/Host. Two of my outdoor cameras, IP ending in 19 is one and I have to look up the other one.


#16

Correct they do not appear when I click there. Two of my outdoor cameras, one has an ip ending in 19 the other one I have to look up again.

Alan


#17

Sorry, but I cannot explain that. Some sort of conflict?
If they don´t show up there you can add them using Custom URL.
Set Stream type to rtsp_tcp and use the Address:
rtsp://username:password@cameraIP:554/HighResolutionVideo
or
rtsp://username:password@cameraIP:554//LowResolutionVideo

-Henrik