CTC displaying NESS DVR Cams

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    Dvine

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    Hi there,

    I am upgrading a clients touch screen to a Colour and he is wanting to view his CCTV on it as well. His current system is a Ness IQ Series lll (link below) and he views them on a app called M-Viewer, this system was setup by someone else.

    My question is can this even be done and if so, how?

    On the app itself, to add a device it asks for:

    - Ip/Host
    - Cmd Port
    - Stream Port
    - Username and Password

    Any help would be much appreciated :)
     
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    I would also like to know if this is possible..
     
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    This is from Piced help files.
    If you are not sure ask the camera manufacturer or try it out if you have the camera.

    "Web Cam Image Component URL

    In a Web Cam Image Component, the relevant URL is the one which retrieves a single JPEG image from the camera. This will be different for every type of camera. For example, for an IP Box IP-200 camera server at IP Address 192.168.0.5, the URL will be :

    http://192.168.0.5/Jpeg/CamImg.jpg

    Generally, the web cam manual will give information about the URL required. If not, then to determine the relevant URL for a given camera, use a web browser to view the camera. There will usually be link somewhere which takes a "snap shot" image. The URL used to take the snap shot will probably be the one needed. Enter this URL in your browser and check that just a single image is shown. If there is more than just a single image shown (for example text or other links), you will need to view the HTML source (in Internet Explorer, select View | Source) to find the URL of the single image.

    To automatically generate a URL for the display of web cams, click on the Web Cam Wizard button. This will open the Web Cam wizard. Enter the necessary data, including the camera type and IP Address and click on OK. The URL will appear in the URL box.

    Note that any source of JPEG images can be used, not just web cams. If you are displaying images from the Internet, you may need to set your Proxy Server Settings.

    If your camera uses HTTP Authorisation, you will need to set the user name and password."
     
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