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Other smartphone into IP camera

PostPosted: Sat Apr 13, 2019 7:48 am
by WebmastAir

I'm new here and I don't know if something like has allready been asked.

I have an old camera where I put a small app (like 'kawice' or 'Security Camera CZ') so that I can observe my kat when I'm away. In this case I must put the same app on my own mobile to monitor the video.

I also have 4 other cameras wich are working with 'IP cam viewer' app.

My ask:
Is it possible to monitor the flux of the 'smartphone ip camera' int the app 'IP cam viewer'', so that I have only one for all the cameras ?

Thnx for answers,

Re: Other smartphone into IP camera

PostPosted: Sat Apr 20, 2019 10:07 pm
by N4Spd
see Scan Camera below, or worse case, see contact info below:

ps. most p2p cameras have a rtsp, onvif or hidden web interface (ask vendor) or try "P2P Cloud ID (P2PWIFICAM)" camera type under Unknown brand.

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There's probably a compatible driver already in the app. Use Scan Camera function to find compatible drivers.

If you only want Wifi access to camera, then first verify network accessibility by viewing your camera/dvr's login page using the phone/tablet browser.

If you want 2/3/4g access to camera, then verify network setup by viewing your camera/dvr using a PC IE browser from OUTSIDE your home wifi. Next, your phone/tablet browser should be able to load the login page but viewing may not be possible due to lack of active-x IE controls.
See this link for info:

Once that works, then try my app. The "Scan Camera" function can help when you're not sure of the make/model. Try scanning the device's WEB/MEDIA/MOBILE/DATA ports (shown in device settings).

If Scan Camera return no results, then try to find a driver by DVR port or by login screen:

If you still have problems, AFTER scanning ALL device ports and reading all links, then give me temporary access to it and I'll put it into my work queue. Just email me the web login URL and a temporary username/password.

Also, include the make/model and a product url link (if possible).


ps. You can also use the generic Onvif driver or the Generic URL / RTSP drivers for modern cameras.