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Full HD, Wide View Angle, Multi-protocols,Multiple Video Interfaces
This series camera offers perfect functions, superior performance and rich interfaces.The features include advanced ISP processing algorithms to provide vivid images with a strong sense of depth, high resolution,and fantastic color rendition. It supports H.264/H.265 encoding which makes motion video fluent and clear even under less than ideal bandwidth conditions.
It employs 1/2.8 inch high quality CMOS sensor. Resolution is up to 1920x1080 ,Multiple lens 20×Zoom
support HDMI,WIFI, 3G-SDI, LAN interface.
Leading auto focus algorithm makes lens a fast, accurate and stable auto-focusing.
Low noise CMOS effectively ensure high SNR of camera video. Advanced 2D/3D noise reduction technology is also used to further reduce the noise, while ensuring image sharpness.
Support 16000, 32000, 44100, 48000 sampling frequency and support AAC, MP3, PCM audio coding.
By adopting step driving motor mechanism, camera works extremely quiet and moves smoothly.
Support H.264/H.265 video compression
Support AAC, MP3 and PCM audio compression; Support compression of resolution up to 1920x1080 with frame up to 60 fps and 2 channels 1920x1080 with 30 fps compression.
Support ONVIF, RTSP, RTMP protocols and RTMP push mode, easy to link streaming media server (Wowza, FMS)
To broadcast a stream over the network, we need to click the Stream option:
In the Open Media dialog, select the media to stream. We can select any media. Hit the Stream button after selection. In this example, we will use a file for the media:
The Stream Output window will appear. We just want to click Next to continue:
On the Destination Setup window, we want to choose a destination for our stream. For example, we can select HTTP to listen for connections so that other computers can connect to our computer and watch the stream:
After selecting our destination, hit the Add button. To watch the media being streamed on our local computer, we may also want to activate the Display locally check box:
We'll use the port as given by default:
We can customize the transcoding settings. For example, by transcoding to a lower quality, VLC can save network bandwidth.
Click Next to continue to the Option Setup dialog. We probably don't need to change any of the advanced options here. To start streaming, click the Stream button:
Connecting to a Stream
To tune in to a stream, we need to select the Media menu in VLC on another computer and select Open Network Stream. In this example, we simply run another VLC media player.
We're using HTTP, so we need to enter an address http://ipaddress:8080:
After clicking Play, the stream should start playing. If we encounter an error like:
VLC is unable to open the mrl
We should make sure VLC isn't being blocked by a firewall on the streaming system. If VLC is blocked, we need to do adjust the firewall settings. For Windows 8, Control Panel -> System and Security -> Windows Firewall -> Allowed apps:
Network Streaming over HTTP
Here are the two pictures: top - streaming, bottom - receiving the stream over http locally.
So, we can share our media content with our friends live without uploading to internet, just by giving ip-address and port to our friends.
OBS stands for open broadcaster software, it is a free and open source software for video recording and live streaming. It enables video streaming quickly and easily on cross platform operating system including Windows, Mac, Linux. Most important, it has the graphic user interface, it's more friendly than ffmpeg for Windows users.
Install the OBS software in your computer, then run it.
2# Create new Online Stream
OBS adopts modular UI design, after running it, scroll down to the bottom, click "+" button in Sources Module to add your IP camera.
OBS allows users to select many different sources, here we just wanna relay the rtsp url, so we select "Media Source".
On new pop-up window, we uncheck "Local File", the windows will show up another input & input format input, enter camera's RTSP URL in "Input", then click "OK" to proceed.
In our test, we use the Yoosee Wi-Fi cameras, so the RTSP url path is
After done above steps, we are able to watch the video on OBS software.
3# Select online stream services
Go to toolbar, click "File" menu and select "Settings" from sub-menu list, now we are able to tweak advanced settings of the OBS. Click "Stream", we can find the settings for Online Stream Services, choose the stream service you wanna use e.g. YouTube / YouTube Gaming, then input your stream name. In addition to streaming services, you are able to use your own custom stream server.
After complete above settings, you just need to click "Start Streaming" button to start online streaming.
Live streaming is becoming more and more popular at the moment. A simple USB camera is fine for small hosts, but not for large-scale Games or sporting events So how do we go live with a good pan-tilt camera?
Now RTMP push stream is becoming more and more popular, more people and platforms use RTMP to push stream, so it is necessary to support RTMP push stream live Webcam with cloud, so it is very convenient And the data processing is fairly simple, so how do we use the pan-tilt conference camera for the RTMP Push Stream?
First you need to support the RTMP meeting camera, usually with a network of the meeting camera can support RTMP. Then you need to support the RTMP live platform, the current Alibaba Cloud, Baidu live, Betta Live and Youtube are supporting RTMP, let's use youtube as an example
STEP BY STEP:
1.Sign up for a Youtube Account
2. After logging on to Youtube, click the left mouse button and select "Creator Studio" in the red area, as follows:
Enter the "Creator Studio" interface, as shown below, select "LIVE SHOWS"-"Start LIVE" to enter the "Start LIVE" interface
Scroll down to see "CODE SETTING, " as shown in the image below
Access the camera IP through the web page and log in with "RTMP Setting" on the Network interface, as shown below
Click "show" in the image above to display "Live broadcast name / Code" as shown below
Copy and paste the Server URL and Live broadcast name / Code from the image above into the camera's MRL, check On, Video, Audio (you can select Audio if you want) , and then "Apply, " as shown below
Make sure the DNS address in Lan settings is available outside the network. If not, change the DNS address and apply, as shown below
Go to "System" on the camera page, select "Reboot" and verify that the device is rebooted
Once the camera is up, go to the Youtube live interface and refresh the interface to preview the camera pushing the RTMP stream, as shown below