3xLOGIC RTSP Stream
Address: Enter the IP address of the camera as displayed in the detection utility.
Main Stream URL: rtsp://IP.ADDRESS/channel1
Sub-Stream URL: rtsp://IP.ADDRESS/channel2 (this field may be greyed out if the Substream box has not been toggled on).
Stream Type: H264/H265
Password : Use the new password you configured earlier.
Sub Stream – Toggle this box to enable substream.
ACTI RTSP Stream
Amcrest RTSP Stream
IP Cameras: rtsp://[username]:password@IPaddress:554/cam/realmonitor?channel=1&subtype=0
RTSP URL Breakdown
The bracketed items are variables that you need to input according to your setup. Explanations of each variable are given below.
rtsp:// – The RTSP protocol
[username] – username of the device
[password] – password of the device
[IP address] – IP address of the device. If you are not on the same local network, this should be the external IP address of the device’s network.
[port] – RTSP port number
[channel] – channel number of the stream
[stream] – main or sub stream (use “main” (01) for main stream and “sub” for substream (0)
Arecont Vision RTSP Stream
Arlo Camera RTSP Feed
Like most battery/cloud cameras Arlo does not support an RTSP stream as the video feed is directly sent to Cloud servers.
Avigilon Camera RTSP Stream
http://<username>:<password>@<generated RTSP Stream URI>/
Avigilon RTSP streams must be generated in the web UI of the camera under compression and image rate.
Axis Camera RTSP Stream
rtsp://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx/axis-media/media.amp?camera=2 (stream 2 / View Area 2 H.264)
Axis Companion Recorder RTSP Stream
As far as we can tell, the companion series of Axis recorders don’t have a RTSP feed url published.
Blink Camera RTSP Feed
Like most battery/cloud cameras Blink does not support an RTSP stream as the video feed is directly sent to Cloud servers.
BOSCH RTSP Stream
1. Example URL:
2. Example URL:
3. Example URL:
Dahua RTSP stream (Cameras & NVR)
<ip> – the IP address of the IP Camera.
<port> – the default port is 554. It can be omitted.
<channelNo> – the channel number. It starts from 1.
<typeNo> – the stream type. The
<typeNo> of main stream is 0, extra stream 1 is 1, extra stream 2 is 2.
rtsp://admin:firstname.lastname@example.org:554/cam/realmonitor?channel=1&subtype=1 will bring up substream for channel 1
DW Digital Watchdog
Digital Watchdog RTSP stream (Cameras & NVR)
rtsp://<Server IP Address>:<Server Port>/<Camera ID>
rtsp://<Server IP Address>:<Server Port>/<Camera ID>?stream=0
rtsp://<Server IP Address>:<Server Port>/<Camera ID>?stream=1
EverFocus RTSP stream
rtsp tunneling must be used in order to pass authentication
Ezviz Camera RTSP Feed
EZviz cameras are designed to work exclusively with the EZViz applications – thus RTSP and third party access is extremely limited if not completely unavailable.
Ezviz is the consumer arm of Hikvision. You can try the Hikvision RTSP feed formatting, but to the best of our knowledge, these feeds are usually turned off for Ezviz models.
FLIR Camera RTSP Feed
FLIR is well known for their military grade infrared cameras which they make internally. For their commercial lines, they have used various software and hardware manufacturers depending on the year, line, etc. We recommend trying the Dahua RTSP streams and then the Hikvision ones to see if they function, as that is their most common suppliers, in that order.
FLIR military grade infrared cameras are primarily designed to work exclusively FLIR equipment and cannot be sold to the general public, so we don’t know if they have RTSP feeds. It’s possible RTSP or other third party functionality may have been disabled.
Foscam Camera RTSP Feed
Three formats of video and audio are currently available for Foscam camera RTSP:
1) videoMain: Main streaming
2) videoSub: Sub streaming
3) audio: Audio streaming only, no video feed
The commands to get the RTSP stream are listed below:
rtsp://username:pwd@IP address: RTSP port/videoMain
rtsp://username:pwd@IP address: RTSP port/videoSub
rtsp://username:pwd@IP address: RTSP port/audio
Hanwha Techwin (previously Samsung) Camera RTSP Stream
<no> – stream type either 1 for mainstream or 2 for substream
rtsp://admin:email@example.com:554/profile1/media.smp will bring up mainstream for a camera on 192.168.1.210
Hikvision RTSP Stream (NVR)
<address> – DDNS or IP for the system
<port> – RTSP port (typically 554)
<id> – streaming channel – for example “101” would be channel 1 and stream #1 (mainstream). Changing the
<id> to 102 would create channel 1 and stream #2. 201 would produce the channel #2 of the NVR and mainstream and 202 would produce channel #2 and substream.
This RTSP stream would mainstream channel 1 on an NVR at 192.168.1.210.
You can also encode credentials into the URL by entering it prior to the IP address – for example.
rtsp://admin:firstname.lastname@example.org:554/Streaming/Channels/101 will bring up mainstream for channel 1, where admin is the username and 12345 is the password.
Honeywell Camera RTSP Feed
Honeywell uses various software and hardware manufacturers depending on the year, line, etc. We recommend trying some of the Hikvision and Dahua URLs to see if they function.
Intellinet Camera RTSP Feed
Lorex Camera RTSP Feed
Lorex has used various software and hardware manufacturers depending on the year, line, etc, as they were acquired by Dahua after being acquired by FLIR. We recommend trying Dahua RTSP feeds. Some newer Lorex cameras use Raysharp hardware formwatting.
Some Lorex cameras, especially their battery powered line, are primarily designed to work exclusively Lorex equipment it’s possible RTSP or other third party functionality may have been disabled.
MOBOTIX Camera RTSP Feed
Mx7 Cameras. image
Mx7 cameras with recent firmware are ONVIF S and T compatible. You are able to enable ONVIF RTP and or Genetec compatibility modes using the Integration Protocols in Admin Menu > Camera Administration > Integration Protocols.
Streams in RTP Integration Mode
With standard user account: rtsp://192.168.178.42:554/stream/profile0
The profiles0 – 3 relate to Streams 1 – 4
Streams in Genetec Integration Mode
The access URLs will be transmitted automatically to Security Center using the Genetec protocol. It is thus not necessary to enter these URLs.
With standard user account: rtsp://192.168.178.42:554/stream/genetec_video0
Streams in ONVIF Integration Mode
The access URLs will be transmitted automatically to the ONVIF clients. It is thus not necessary to enter these URLs.
With ONVIF user account: rtsp://192.168.178.42:554/stream/onvif-default0
The default ONVIF Profile Tokens are default0 – default3. These are all H.264 streams by default but MJPeg, MXPeg, H.264 and H.265 are possible.
Mx6 Cameras (Firmware prior to 22.214.171.124)
Depending on the codec, you need to use the following URLs for accessing the video streams:
MxPEG with standard user account: rtsp://192.168.178.31:554/stream0/mobotix.mxg
M-JPEG with a standard user account: rtsp://192.168.178.31:554/stream0/mobotix.mjpeg
Stream0 – Stream3 can be used in the above addresses
M-JPEG + ONVIF: The following address is only available if the ONVIF extension has been enabled.
With ONVIF user account: rtsp://192.168.178.31:554/onvif/stream0/mobotix.mjpeg
H.264 with a standard user account: rtsp://192.168.178.31:554/mobotix.h264
H.264 + ONVIF: The following addresses are available if the ONVIF extension has been enabled.
With an ONVIF user account: rtsp://192.168.178.31:554/onvif/mobotix.h264
Stream 1 rtsp://(camera ip)/stream1
Stream 2 rtsp://(camera ip)/stream2
Stream 3 rtsp://(camera ip)/stream3
Stream 4 rtsp://(camera ip)/stream4
Mx4/5 Cameras image
The Mx4/5 family of cameras (D14, M25, T24 etc) will not be able to stream with the H.264 Protocol
and they are not ONVIF compliant.
There is a possibility to stream with Motion JPeg over RTSP which will work with many NVR and VMS systems.
In order to make that capability available first update the firmware of the cameras to 126.96.36.199 r1 or later.
Then enable this in Admin Menu > Camera Administration > Integration Protocols
Check the box for Genetec Integration and click Set. In firmware version 188.8.131.52 and later you can alternatively enable the RTP Server as well.
You will now see the available streams but you will need to store and reboot in order to use them.
The first MJPeg stream will then be available using the URL
Credentials can be added to the stream using this format:
Mx2 and older cameras
These cameras are not capable of RTSP streaming or ONVIF integration.
Ring Camera RTSP Feed
Like most battery/cloud cameras Nest does not support an RTSP stream as the video feed is directly sent to Cloud servers.
Panasonic Camera RTSP Feed
Pelco RTSP stream
For Sarix models
rtsp://<camera ip address>/stream1
Example URL –
Ring Camera RTSP Feed
Like most battery/cloud cameras Ring does not support an RTSP stream as the video feed is directly sent to Cloud servers.
Samsung / Hanwha Techwin NVR RTSP Stream
LiveChannel/0/ where “0” equals the channel number. Channels start at 0.
Siemens Camera RTSP Feed
Swann Camera RTSP Feed
Swann uses various third party manufacturers to supply their branded hardware. You may have to contact support for your specific model. Try the Hikvision or Raysharp feed urls, if support can’t answer you, as those are their most common suppliers.
Oddly, Some swan models use
rtsp://admin:password@ip_address:554/ch01/0 where 0 = mainstream and 1 = substream
Uniview / UNV
<video> – video1 would be mainstream, video2 for substream, and video3 for third stream etc
Stream URLs can be found via the web interface by going to Setup – Network – Port
Camera 1: rtsp://<IP address>/0/profile2/media.smp
Camera 2: rtsp://<IP address>/1/profile2/media.smp
Camera 3: rtsp://<IP address>/2/profile2/media.smp
Camera 4: rtsp://<IP address>/3/profile2/media.smp
Verkada Camera RTSP Feed
Verkada does not support an RTSP stream as the video feed is directly sent to Cloud servers. They have promised to “unlock” the RTSP feed urls if they go bankrupt. Verkada uses modified Vivotek hardware, so if they do go bankrupt, refer to the Vivotek tab.
Vivotek Camera RTSP Feed
Example URL –
rtsp://<IPaddress>:<RTSP port>/<access name for stream 1 to 3>
Source: Urban Security Group