I’ve been trying to get jit.qt.movie to read from a network camera. To get some image on a browser I can use:
for on-demand jpgs
for a live stream of jpgs, pushed by the camera
both are using a motion-jpeg codec.
It works well in Safari, but in jit.qt.movie I get no results. The CPU spikes immediately and no image at all.
I already used a strategy were I would download using jit.uldl but writing to the disk is obviously too slow.
Note that I tried both http methods in quicktime using "open url" and I can get the static image (method 1) with no problems, but when I use server pushing (method 2) Quicktime says it’s an invalid url.
Any ideas are well appreciated.
hi there. i bet you were totally thinking that this was a dead thread.
i just made this work with an axis p3384-VE ptz net cam, with 30fps at 640×480. you need to put a configuration message in the RTSP url.
should do it with no problems. cheers!
And for a non-Axis camera what would the lingo be like?
I found another solution for Axis cameras, but it does not work with mine. And I bet it is all related to what I should type after rtsp://.
Any suggestions? What should I write for a generic camera instead of rtsp://10.0.1.2/axis-media/media.amp?videocodec=jpeg&resolution=640×480
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