How to watch live streams with ONVIF clients
In order to use ONVIF clients the following requirements need to be met:
►Your computer (or mobile device) and the camera access to the same LAN.
►Your camera has been successfully set up.
We suggest to keep the firmware up-to-date.
To check the current firmware, run sricam App on your smart phone ，tap Settings in the corresponding camera
column and tap Device update . The firmware version is in the first row.
To update the firmware, tap Settings in the corresponding camera column. Then tap Device Update.
Make sure your app and your camera are in the same LAN in the upgrading duration.
Some ONVIF clients have the capability to automatically detect cameras on the same LAN. But due to you router's
configuration the auto detection cannot be guaranteed. If happened type in the following URL to manually add it:
http://X.X.X.X :5000/onvif/device_service (X.X.X.X is your camera IP）
Current version we provide two ways for you to find your camera's IP address, one is through device viewerPC,
another ways is through sricam APP on smart phone.
Of course, you can find the IP address by other ways such as logging into your router's web interface and find
the camera's IP for specific MAC address starting with 3C-33-00.
Informatively, the following RTSP URLs are used for playing live streams: rtsp://your camera IP:554/onvif1
2. iSpy for Microsoft Windows
Step 1: Download the application at http://www.ispyconnect.com/
Step 2: Unzip the downloaded package and click the unzipped iSpySet to install.
Step 3: Open iSpy. An welcome window will pop up. Click Ok to continue.
Step 4: To add the camera go to Add > ONVIF Camera.
In the popup window, the first button on the second row is RTSP by default. If not click it and select RTSP from the drop
down menu. Then click Scan Network next to it.
Step 5: Cameras in the same LAN should be detected automatically. If so, select the detected camera. In the right window
select which resolution to use. Then click Ok.
If failed you can add them manually by clicking ADD and type in "http://your camera IP address:5000/onvif/device_service"
in the prompt Network Access window. Then click Ok to confirm.
Step 6: The Edit Camera window pops up. Click the first button "…" in Source.
Step 7: In the popup Video Source window change RTSP Mode from TCP to UDP in the FFMPEG (H264) tab.
Then click OK at the lower-right corner to confirm.
Step 8: You are now back to the Edit Camera window. Click Next button the live stream will be displayed in Detection
Zones. Then click Finish and click Yes in the popup window to confirm.
Step 9: You can watch the live steam. If you have already added more than one camera into the camera list,
all the live streams can be displayed in the same time by overlapped windows.
Step 10: offers functions (and configurations) such as alarm, FTP, SMTP, Snapshot, etc,. Play with them by clicking
right button and select Edit in the popup menu.
iSpy allows you to locally record videos in MP4 format.
Step 1: Press Record All button at the lower right corner. After finish recording press the Stop Record button.
Then the saved file will be displayed at the bottom of the current window. Right click the video and click the Save
to button to your local machine.
For watching live videos the security level has to be changed to Intermediate capability. Go to Security > Advanced >
TLS / SSL Cipher Suites. Choose Intermediate compatibility.
How to fill parameters in Synology:
IP address: the IP address of your camera. You can find it out either either your router or your Sricam App .
Brand: [User Define]
Source path: /onvif1
You can leave Username and Password blank.