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srvcamera Features of RVCamera component

This version of RVCamera can configure cameras by the following manufacturers:

Foscam

Axis

Panasonic

D-Link

Planned: Samsung, Planet, Arecont Vision, Trendnet, Smartec, ACTi, Beward, Apexis, Genius, AVIOSYS, Vivitek.

RVCamera recognizes a camera model at the specified address (CameraHost:CameraPort). After that, the camera properties and available commands can be read from the Parameters property (both a list of commands available for the camera, and a list of commands accessible for the specified user (defined in UserName:UserPassword) can be read).

Also, RVCamera can receive an MJPEG video stream from the specified address (URL property).

Additionally, RVCamera can work with USB webcams. It use the same programming interface to access to USB webcams and IP cameras.

The chart of supported camera models

Camera model

Camera detection

Video capture

Control

Movement

Video settings

Administration

Axis

table_yes

table_yes

table_yes

table_yes

table_yes

Planet

table_yes

table_yes

 

 

 

D-Link

table_yes

table_yes

 

table_yes

 

Panasonic

table_yes

table_yes

table_yes

table_yes

table_yes

ArcVision

table_yes

table_yes

 

 

 

TRENDnet

table_yes

table_yes

 

 

 

Smartec

table_yes

table_yes

 

 

 

ACTi

table_yes

table_yes

 

 

 

Beward

table_yes

table_yes

 

 

 

Foscam

table_yes

table_yes

table_yes

table_yes

table_yes

Genius

table_yes

table_yes

 

 

 

AVIOSYS

table_yes

table_yes

 

 

 

VIVOTEC

table_yes

table_yes

 

 

 

Samsung

table_yes

table_yes

 

 

 

Note 1: many cameras of other manufactures are clones of the cameras listed in this list, or they use the same protocol. They are also supported by RVMedia.

Note 2: if cameras of other developers support protocols Axis, D-Link, Panasonic, or Foscam cameras, they can be controlled by RVMedia like these cameras. For example, RVMedia can control movement of Samsung cameras supporting the Axis protocol.

srvcamsender Video conferences

Using our components, you can implement a video conferencing software. USB webcam, IP camera, or a video stream from the Internet can be used as a video source. Then you can broadcast this video using the RVCamSender component, and receive it (from a single sender or multiple senders) using the RVCamReceiver component.