For all developers that want to integrate our cameras in their software or for everyone that wants to experiment a little, we now offer a full list of all CGI commands that can be used with our IP cameras. Please understand that this list is only for advanced users who know what they are doing. We cannot give any technical support regarding our CGI commands.

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Video

/videostream.cgi[?user=&pwd=&resolution=&rate=]


                        resolution:(8:320*240,32:640*480)

                        rate: 0-23

                        0:highest/fastest

                        1:20 fps

                        3:15 fps

                        6:10 fps

                        11:5 fps

                        12:4 fps

                        13:3 fps

                        14:2 fps

                        15:1 fps

                        17:1 fp/2s

                        19:1 fp/3s

                        21:1 fp/4s

                        23:1 fp/5s

                      

For example: If your IP is 192.168.1.190 and Port is 81 and you want a resolution of 640*480 and the fastest speed of fps then you have to type in the following:

http://192.168.1.190:81/videostream.cgi?user=admin&pwd=&resolution=32&rate=0

Snapshot

/snapshot.cgi[?user=&pwd=&next_url=]

After next_url the user can type in the name of the picture. If you dont include next_url then the picture will automaticly get the name (DeviceAlias + current time.jpg)

Examples:

http://192.168.1.190:81/snapshot.cgi?user=admin&pwd=
http://192.168.1.190:81/snapshot.cgi?user=admin&pwd=&next_url=test

Video & Audio

Settings are the same as videostream.cgi above.

Examples:

http://192.168.1.190:81/videostream.asf?user=admin&pwd=&resolution=32&rate=0

Configuration:

/camera_control.cgi?param=&value=[&user=&pwd=&next_url=]

With the paramenter & value you can set resolution, brigthness, etc. ...


                        0 : RESOLUTION

                          2 : qqvga

                          8 : qvga

                          32 : vga

                        1 : BRIGHTNESS 0~255

                        2 : CONTRAST 0~6

                        3 : MODE

                          0 : 50hz

                          1 : 60hz

                          2 : Outdoor

                        5 : ROTATION

                          0 : Default

                          1 : Flip Vertical

                          2 : Level Image

                          3 : Flip + horizontal Mirror Image

                        

Pan & Tilt

/decoder_control.cgi?command=[&onestep=&user=&pwd=&next_url=]


                      tilt up="/decoder_control.cgi?command=0&onestep=1&user=&pwd="

                      tilt down="/decoder_control.cgi?command=2&onestep=1&user=&pwd="

                      pan left="/decoder_control.cgi?command=4&onestep=1&user=&pwd="

                      pan right="/decoder_control.cgi?command=6&onestep=1&user=&pwd="

                      home pos="/decoder_control.cgi?command=25"

                    

For a direct position change use:


                        Pos01 = /decoder_control.cgi?command=31&user=&pwd=

                        Pos02 = /decoder_control.cgi?command=33&user=&pwd=

                        Pos03 = /decoder_control.cgi?command=35&user=&pwd=

                        Pos04 = /decoder_control.cgi?command=37&user=&pwd=

                        Pos05 = /decoder_control.cgi?command=39&user=&pwd=

                        Pos06 = /decoder_control.cgi?command=41&user=&pwd=

                        Pos07 = /decoder_control.cgi?command=43&user=&pwd=

                        Pos08 = /decoder_control.cgi?command=45&user=&pwd=

                        Pos09 = /decoder_control.cgi?command=47&user=&pwd=

                        Pos10 = /decoder_control.cgi?command=49&user=&pwd=

                        Pos11 = /decoder_control.cgi?command=51&user=&pwd=

                        Pos12 = /decoder_control.cgi?command=53&user=&pwd=

                        Pos13 = /decoder_control.cgi?command=55&user=&pwd=

                        Pos14 = /decoder_control.cgi?command=57&user=&pwd=

                        Pos15 = /decoder_control.cgi?command=59&user=&pwd=

                      

Automatic Patrol

/set_misc.cgi?[led_mode=&ptz_center_onstart=&ptz_auto_patrol_interval=&ptz_auto_patrol_type=&ptz_patrol _h_rounds=&ptz_patrol_v_rounds=&user=&pwd=&next_url=]


                      ptz_center_onstart:=1,activate center on start

                      ptz_auto_patrol_interval:automatic patrol,=0:no automatic control

                      ptz_auto_patrol_type:0:No;1:horizontal;2:vertical;3:horizontal and vertical

                      ptz_patrol_h_rounds:Horizontal patrol laps,0:Infinite

                      ptz_patrol_v_rounds:Vertical patrol laps,0:Infinite

                      ptz_patrol_rate:Head Speed manual,0-100,0:Fastest

                      ptz_patrol_up_rate:automatic cruise speed (up):0-100,0:slowest

                      ptz_patrol_down_rate:automatic cruising speed (down):0-100,0:slowest

                      ptz_patrol_left_rate:cruising speed automatic (left):0-100,0:slowest

                      ptz_patrol_right_rate:cruising speed automatic (right) :0-100,0:slowest

                    

Alarm

If you want to activate or deactivate the alarm function please enter the following command:

http://192.168.1.196/set_alarm.cgi?motion_armed=1&user=admin&pwd=

(Alarm activated)


http://192.168.1.196/set_alarm.cgi?motion_armed=0&user=admin&pwd=

(Alarm deactivated)

The Web User Interface

The Web User Interface

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