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Author Topic: DCS-932L URL  (Read 7242 times)

oberkc

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DCS-932L URL
« on: November 25, 2011, 02:40:35 PM »

On some DLink (and other brand) webcam, I understand that one can access the video feed through an address similar to:

http://username:password@myipaddress:port/mjpeg.cgi

allowing direct access of the video feed, bypassing the logon screen.

This format address has not worked with my DCS-932L.  Has anyone discovered an equivalent address that DOES work with the DCS-932L?

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SeeingU

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Re: DCS-932L URL
« Reply #1 on: December 26, 2011, 04:14:19 PM »

Not actually what you asked for, but if one create a text file and save it with html extension one can see the video feed in a java container with some simple tags.

Change 'CODEBASE' to your camera address. You might also have to change the 'DeviceSerialNo'.

Copy text below in to the new html file and save it. Open the file in you web browser.

<http>
<body>
    <APPLET name="cvcs" CODEBASE="http://192.168.1.253:80" CODE="aplug.class" WIDTH=640 HEIGHT=480>
      <param name="RemotePort" value=80>
      <param name="Timeout" value=5000>
      <param name="RotateAngle" value=0>
      <param name="PreviewFrameRate" value=2>
      <param name="DeviceSerialNo" value="TRxpbjoyOWFjMDll">
    </APPLET>
</body>
</http>

 
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oberkc

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Re: DCS-932L URL
« Reply #2 on: December 27, 2011, 03:43:40 AM »

Quote
Not actually what you asked for

This is true. 

I am trying to view the feeds on a sony dash.  The options are very limited, and require a URL address for the streaming video feed.  There is no option to create text files or html extensions. I have come to the conclusion that the sony dash is simply not up to the task, given the current apps available.

Viewing on a PC or MAC has proven to be relatively straight-forward.  However, I am sure you solution works well.
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