CCTV in Ionic


#1

Is there any possibility of using CCTV with Ionic framework?
It would be mjpeg or rtsp stream and that stream sometimes need to for example to be stopped - that’s why I can’t use iframe.


#2

Noone knows?
Is it possible to eg. use own Android’s xml in Cordova WebView? (is used in creating activities or fragment activities)


#3

What IS the CCTV ? Whant to know please!!!


#4

In a word, I want to receive and show camera’s stream on phone (OS: Android and iOS), (stream: MJPEG and RTSP). But it has to be possibility of stopping the stream and taking snapshot.


#5

it work with ionic 2? did you use any plugin or service?


#6

Hmm, that’s I’m trying to do.
I’m searching these things. That’s why I posted here.


#7

Sure. I developed zmNinja that is a front-end for ZoneMinder for ionic v1. It does both jpeg image streaming and video tag playback.

I have now started writing a v2 version to teach myself new Angular2 tricks.


#8

Thanks for reply.
But looking for ionic2/ionic3 :slightly_frowning_face:


#9

What is the difference? MJPEG streaming works on both. Your question has nothing specific to ionic2. It is a function of rendering using img src . For RTSP your best option is to transcode it to s compatible format on the server. There are Cordova plugins that use ffmpeg on the device but not sure if they are good.

You missed the point where I wrote I am updating my app to v2+


#10

Hi

were you able to find a way to solve the depreciation of embedded username and password on camera URL ? (ios and anaroid does not allow img src to have a uname pass in the url )

Cheers


#11

Yes, I converted user:pass@url to an Authorization: header. Of course, that only works if the end system accepts an Authorization header or if you can have an intermediate proxy. In my case, I always had an intermediate proxy. If you don’t and the camera doesn’t accept Authorization: headers, there isn’t a good solution