To receive multimedia stream from a camera via RTSP protocol, the camera is to support this protocol. Information on RTSP support is in official reference documentation for the camera.
For proper operation of RTSP grabber functionality, make sure that no settings prevent data transmission via RTSP protocol.
To receive the RTSP stream it's required to set the multicast value to the rtsp parameter in the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE \SOFTWARE\ITV\Intellect\Video\TransportProtocols registry key for 32-bit system (HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE \SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\ITV\Intellect\Video\TransportProtocols for 54-bit) on computer where the Camera object is created if RTSP stream is received from the rtsp-server of the Intellect software (see ). More information about this parameter see in section.
To receive video via RTSP protocol, do the following:
Type-in the address of rtsp-stream in the IP field (3). The length of address is not to be longer than 100 characters.
The format of address depends on camera model and its firmware. It is specified in the technical documentation of the vendor. Generally it looks like this:
rtsp://[<username>:<password>@]<IP address of video source >:<port>/<path_to_stream>
Receiving multiple streams via the RTSP driver has been implemented in Drivers Pack v. 126.96.36.1998 and over. Maximum 3 streams are supported. RTSP addresses are semi-colon separated in the IP field.
To get video from two streams, specify rtsp://admin:firstname.lastname@example.org/live/h264;rtsp://admin:email@example.com/live/mjpeg in the IP field.
To get video from three streams:
If the configuration is correct, video received via RTSP protocol is displayed in the viewing area. Further actions with received video stream are performed using the created Camera object.
Video-streaming via RTSP protocol is now configured.
To receive audio stream from a camera, create and configure the Audio card and Microphone objects for audio received via RTSP protocol. For this select the RTSP type of the Audio card (see figure and Registration of audio cards and microphones in INTELLECT™ software section).
Further actions with received audio stream are performed using the created Microphone object.