How to use Rtsp mpeg4 sp control plugin 45 to stream video from IP cameras
Rtsp mpeg4 sp control plugin 45 is a npm package that allows you to stream video from IP cameras that support the RTSP protocol and the MPEG-4 SP codec. It is based on the VIVOTEK WinWin media player and the kurento-media-server's gst-plugins-good's RTSPSRC plugin. In this article, we will show you how to install and use this package to display live video stream from an IP camera on a web page.
Rtsp mpeg4 sp control plugin 45
To install Rtsp mpeg4 sp control plugin 45, you need to have npm and node.js installed on your system. You can download them from here and here respectively. Then, you can run the following command in your terminal:
npm i rtsp_mpeg4_sp_control_plugin_45_new__a7vg
This will install the package and its dependencies in your node_modules folder.
To use Rtsp mpeg4 sp control plugin 45, you need to have an IP camera that supports the RTSP protocol and the MPEG-4 SP codec. You also need to know the RTSP URL of your camera, which usually has the format:
For example, if your camera's IP address is 192.168.1.100, its port is 554, its username is admin, its password is 1234, and its path is /vod/cameraip, then your RTSP URL would be:
You can test your RTSP URL using a media player such as VLC or ffplay.
Once you have your RTSP URL, you can create a node.js script that uses the Rtsp mpeg4 sp control plugin 45 package to stream video from your camera. Here is an example script:
// Require the package
var rtsp = require('rtsp_mpeg4_sp_control_plugin_45_new__a7vg');
// Create a new instance of the plugin
var plugin = new rtsp.RtspMpeg4SpControlPlugin();
// Set the RTSP URL of your camera
// Start streaming
// Stop streaming after 10 seconds
This script will start streaming video from your camera and stop after 10 seconds. You can modify it according to your needs.
Displaying video on a web page
To display the video stream from your camera on a web page, you need to use a video player that supports the RTP/UDP/RTCP protocol and the MPEG-4 SP codec. One of the best options is IPCamLive, which is a cloud based service that can convert any RTSP stream into a web compatible format and embed it on your website. You can sign up for a free account here.
Once you have an account, you can add your camera by entering its RTSP URL and other details. IPCamLive will generate an HTML code that you can copy and paste on your web page. Here is an example code:
<iframe src=\"https://www.ipcamlive.com/player/player.php?alias=mycamera\" width=\"640\" height=\"480\" frameborder=\"0\" scrolling=\"no\"></iframe>
This code will display a video player with your camera's live stream on your web page. You can customize it according to your preferences.
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