Connecting an Onvif Device to a 3rd Party Onvif Viewing Software

Connecting an Onvif Device to a 3rd Party Onvif Viewing Software
NVR and IP Cameras
Connecting an Onvif Device to a 3rd Party Onvif
Viewing Software
Only IP cameras with V5 or earlier will be Onvif compatible!
The following video describes how to connect an Onvif compatible IP camera to the
3rd party viewing software called iSpy:
The steps below describe how to connect an Onvif compliant camera to the
software called Genius Vision. You may follow the same steps if you are using a
different software such as iSpy or Blue Iris.
Genius Vision can be downloaded safely from the manufacturer's website
here: http://www.geniusvision.net/community.html
The complete PDF manual for Genius Vision can be downloaded safely from the
manufacturer's website here: http://geniusvision.net/snapshot/GVUserManual.pdf
Once Genius Vision has been successfully downloaded and opened, please
complete these steps to add an IP Camera to Genius Vision:
1. From the Main Menu, select New Objects > New Channel> Camera Setup.
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2. From the Camera Setup tab, select RTSP video source as the Driver.
3. Check the box labeled "Use TCP streaming".
4. In the URL field, enter the camera's RTSP url using this template:
The RTSP address of the main stream (720p) is:
rtsp://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:10554/tcp/av0_0
The RTSP address of the sub stream (VGA) is:
rtsp://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:10554/tcp/av0_1
("xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx" is the device's IP address as reported by the IPC Search tool.)
5. Enter the correct login and password for the camera into the login fields.
The end result will resemble this image:
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Click "Apply" to save this camera to Genuis Vision. You should now see the video
stream of your camera in the channel grid.
You can now repeat these steps if you would like to add any additional cameras
to Genius Vision. Genius Vision can easily be setup to record when motion is
activated by any of the cameras that are configured on Genius Vision.
Unique solution ID: #1308
Author: Amanda Mayer
Last update: 2014-09-19 10:06
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