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cr76

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CMIP3233-S Camera?
« on: June 25, 2014, 09:25:22 AM »
Hi,
Anyone know the video URL for the
LT Security CMIP3233-S  (aka Orange Sources OCMIP3233-S 3 Megapixel from LTS California) camera?

I have one working here with video, but am looking for how to record with motion etc on it.  I've used iCam with Foscam cameras with success, but this one, haven't had success yet.

Thanks!

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Re: CMIP3233-S Camera?
« Reply #1 on: June 26, 2014, 07:28:15 PM »
We havenít tested with that particular camera, but if it outputs MJPEG formatted data, itíll probably work with iCamSource.

When you run iCamSource, youíll need to select the "Ethernet /Wi-Fi" tab because the camera is a network camera, not a USB camera. Then, enter the MJPEG or JPEG URL for your camera.

If the MJPEG or JPEG URL isnít something that can be found by searching around with Google or by contacting their support, we actually have another solution available, although it is currently in its very preliminary stages, and that is: http://skjm.com/icam/mjpeg_test.php

When you enter the cameraís IP address and port into that web page, it will attempt to connect to the camera using all of the common MJPEG and JPEG URLs that we are aware of. If any of the URLs produce an image, then that is the URL to use in iCamSource.

If your camera requires a login and password, you can enter them in that webpage right before the address: login:password@Camera_address

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Re: CMIP3233-S Camera?
« Reply #2 on: June 27, 2014, 09:38:58 AM »
Thanks for the reply.

I haven't been able to determine the mjpeg URL yet.  It has several options - Quicktime, VLC, mjpeg, and a webcomponent plugin - I'd done it for other cameras, but this one isn't easy to find.  I have asked them if they have it, and if I get a reply I will post it.  VLC and the mjpeg show nothing on Safari, Firefox and Chrome, so I presume they need a plugin.

I did try the preliminary solution too with login:password@Camera_address  but got nothing.  Some were 404 errors, some just returned a broken image icon.

I have used iCamSource with other cameras, but this one has been a tough nut to crack.  (It does rtsp too, but I don't think that is supported yet.  ;-)   )

Thanks again!
« Last Edit: June 27, 2014, 10:18:20 AM by cr76 »

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Re: CMIP3233-S Camera?
« Reply #3 on: June 28, 2014, 02:16:09 PM »
We havenít tested with that particular camera, but if it outputs MJPEG formatted data, itíll probably work with iCamSource.

When you run iCamSource, youíll need to select the "Ethernet /Wi-Fi" tab because the camera is a network camera, not a USB camera. Then, enter the MJPEG or JPEG URL for your camera.

If the MJPEG or JPEG URL isnít something that can be found by searching around with Google or by contacting their support, we actually have another solution available, although it is currently in its very preliminary stages, and that is: http://skjm.com/icam/mjpeg_test.php

When you enter the cameraís IP address and port into that web page, it will attempt to connect to the camera using all of the common MJPEG and JPEG URLs that we are aware of. If any of the URLs produce an image, then that is the URL to use in iCamSource.

If your camera requires a login and password, you can enter them in that webpage right before the address: login:password@Camera_address