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It would be awesome if you can add also third party camera support in your NVR trough RTSP recording… I love your products and that’s the only missing things to add also the other cameras I own!
@nicolamarigo_550773237989575 Reolink NVR is specifically built for Reolink units. However, it might be able to record the stream through ONVIF but you won't be able to control it for sure. To control it you need to connect the camera to a switch and use the supplier's client to control it. Most vendors have their own proprietary protocols and this gives rise to interoperability problem. You find this in all fields esp in Telecoms and considering that there are well defined standards. So in your case either to have another NVR or a generic software based NVR controlling both brands. But accept the fact that such a sw NVR won't have all the features and flexibility of the supplier NVR.Nevertheless I suggest you to send your request to Reolink support for their evaluation.
Adding third-party camera support for RTSP recording to an NVR (Network Video Recorder) depends on the capabilities and compatibility of the specific NVR software or hardware you are using.Some NVRs are designed to support a wide range of cameras, including third-party cameras, through the RTSP (Real-Time Streaming Protocol) standard. RTSP allows streaming audio and video from IP cameras over a network. In such cases, you would typically need to configure the NVR to recognize and connect to the RTSP stream provided by your third-party camera.To determine if your NVR supports third-party camera integration via RTSP, you should refer to the product documentation, manufacturer's website, or reach out to their customer support for specific guidance.It's worth noting that different NVRs have different compatibility and support for third-party cameras, so it's important to ensure that your NVR explicitly supports the specific camera models you own or plan to use.If your current NVR does not support third-party camera integration via RTSP, you may need to explore alternative solutions or consider upgrading to an NVR that offers the desired compatibility and features. UPSers website
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