Downloads related to Ivideon.
|Server||Ivideon Server Install for Linux|
|Script||Custom Install Script for Gigabytes NVRs|
|Linux||Ivideon Client Linux|
|Windows||Ivideon Client Windows|
|Mac|| Ivideon Client Mac|
|Android||Ivideon Client Android|
|iPhone||Ivideon Client iOS|
|Wallpaper||Gigabytes NVR Wallpaper|
This list contains a list of IP cameras that have been tested with the Gigabytes NVR. Most cameras that support MJPEG or have a snapshot URL should work with motion-based NVR software (like Gigabytes NVR and MotionEye) but, occasionally, the camera contains some quirk that makes it incompatible or requires special / additional configuration to make it work.
|Dlink DCS‑930L, 932L, 934L|
|Notes||Will DHCP on wired connection first. Can configure wireless from there (where available).|
|Notes||This uses the still image URL.|
|Tenvis IP602W IP391W|
|Notes|| Gigabytes configures the port to 80|
|IP Webcam Android App|
|URL|| /video||Port|| 8080|
|Notes|| This is an Android app that turns a phone into a webcam.|
IP Webcam | IP Webcam Pro
|Linksys WVC54GCA, WVC80N|
Level One FCS-0040, WCS-0020
|Notes||1. Set Substream to MJPEG|
2. Set Main stream to 720p
|Foscam FI9851P, FI9853EP, FI9804P, FI9821W|
|URL||Snapshot (HD): /cgi-bin/CGIProxy.fcgi?cmd=snapPicture2&usr=admin&pwd=|
MJPEG Init: /cgi-bin/CGIProxy.fcgi?cmd=setSubStreamFormat
MJPEG Stream: /cgi-bin/CGIStream.cgi?cmd=GetMJStream&usr=admin&pwd=
|Notes||See also: Foscam Setup. Use Snapshot URL for HD. Init URL enables MJPEG stream but may not work on cameras with newer firmware. Pan/tilt controls (where applicable) should be operated from camera back-end. User and password must be transmitted in the stream URL (ex. &usr=admin&pwd=1234)|
|Notes||You will need to configure the sub stream for MJPEG and 640×480 before this will work. See also Amcrest IP2M-844E.|
|Notes||User and password must be transmitted in the stream URL.|
|URL|| /videostream.cgi?stream=0||Port|| 80|
|Notes||Motion errors: Unrecognized content type Error reading first header – re-trying Wireless SSID: Serial# Password: 12345678|
|URL||Currently testing the following URLs:|
|Notes||Use firefox for video: download browser-plugin-vlc from Apper. You may need to disable the Mplayer/gecko plugin so it does not conflict. One of the above URLs is reported to work but we have not tested to verify.|
Foscam cameras come in a wide variety for sizes and styles and have a number of features, however, they are not very Linux friendly. Just to access the back end to change camera settings, a Windows executable is required. This is the case on some other cameras as well.
The good news is that the Foscam cameras can be configured to stream video to the Gigabytes NVR without having to access the back-end. Using the default username and password, you can reserve the IP address it pulls down in the router. Then, follow the instructions below. Source: http://foscam.us/forum/how-to-fetch-snapshots-and-mjpeg-stream-on-hd-cameras-t4328.html
Fetching JPEG snapshots by URL (HD Video)
Fetching MJPEG stream by URL (SD Video)
There are two steps needed to fetch the MJPEG stream.
Step 1: Set the stream to MJPEG.
Here “1” sets an MJPEG stream, if we don’t want to set the MJPEG stream, we would set the number to “0” which sets an H.264 stream.
When inputting this URL and pushing “Enter” in your browser, it will return the following result:
Step 2: After setting the MJPEG stream, it can be fetched using an HTTP URL.
Simply replace the IP address, port, username, and password into the above URL to access your camera’s MJPEG stream.
Accessing Foscam Back-end Natively in Linux
If you absolutely have to access the camera back-end, it can be done with a Virtual box running Windows, however, there is a less complicated way to do this.
Using Crossover, install Firefox 20. You can use this Windows version of Firefox to download and install the web components executable. This has been tested to work, though you will not be able to view video directly from the camera. You can get around this by using the MJPEG video URL in a native browser.