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Old Nov 10, 2017, 3:33 PM   #1
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Default IP Camera Viewing software that supports h264 over http

Is there IP camera viewing software that supports live h264 over http instead of rtsp ? Using http ensures reliable data transfer while rtsp does not. This can cause video data rates to be 5x to 10x larger. Note that I said "x" for times, not "%".
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Old Nov 11, 2017, 2:17 PM   #2
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Not sure if this is a serious question but how about either a "please can you help" at the start or a "thank you" at the end of it
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Not sure if this is a serious question but how about either a "please can you help" at the start or a "thank you" at the end of it
Wasn't convinced earlier when I saw it go up, it it is then I'm certainly no the right person to answer the question or even know what it is.
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I'm not enough of a software geek to be able to help with this question. I have, in the past, though used IP Camera Viewer 3 to monitor local cameras, and Team Viewer software for remote access. The combination worked for me, though I can't definitely say which protocol was used.
A forum more oriented to computer networking would probably be able to give the answer.

Mark; it is good to see you on the job. I have been wondering what happened to all the mods here.
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Mark; it is good to see you on the job. I have been wondering what happened to all the mods here.
I've been in the background for a long time but life has been so busy I've not posted. I'm trying to resolve that
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