dbell uses the RTSP real-time video streaming protocol for streaming the video.
How can I find the correct RTSP URL for my dbell?
The format of the RTSP streaming:
|ip_address||The server’s IP address|
|rtsp_port||RTSP port number  on which the server is listening for RTSP commands|
|username||Pass the user name to authenticate|
|password||Pass the password as part of the connection string.|
|server_URL||The server’s relative URL|
The primary stream is 1280×720, secondary profile 640×360
TCP primary stream：rtsp://username:firstname.lastname@example.org:10554/tcp/av0_0
TCP secondary stream：rtsp://username:email@example.com:10554/tcp/av0_1
Alternatively you may download ONVIF device manager from here. Please do not change ONVIF or RTSP port of dbell in the app
Default RTSP Port is 10554
Default HTTP Port is 10080
Open ONVIF device manager:
- Enter dbell HD Live ‘User Name‘: Type the user name
- Enter your Password for dbell HD Live
- Select dbell
- Select ‘Imaging Setting‘ or Live video
- RTSP URL will be visible below the video screen
To show dbelll HD Live video on Crestron® TSW Touchscreens, in VisionTools Pro, use the RTSP URL
Once the RTSP URI has been found, verify it with a RTSP network stream compatible player, ex.- VLC media player
For Crestron® TSW touch screen panels, use the RTSP string in the Vision Tools Pro. Compile and upload. dbell camera feed will be visible on the Touch screen. No need to do any SIMPL programming.
Generic Fixed IP Camera driver for Control4 enables you to quickly add any IP camera providing a H.264 stream RTSP URL for viewing on all Control4 navigators including on-screen, touch screens and mobile & PC apps.