Samsung 8081R slow frame rate

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srea76
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Samsung 8081R slow frame rate

Post by srea76 » Fri Sep 21, 2018 4:35 am

Anyone tried one if these? I have t use Samsung and QNX-6010 to get it to work, but framerate then lags at 1fps. cpu usage is low. any pointers?

srea76
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Re: Samsung 8081R slow frame rate

Post by srea76 » Fri Sep 21, 2018 5:49 pm

This was Solved by Coc on another forum by changing the path on the Blue Iris Configuration Window from /onvif/profile1/media.smp to /onvif/H.264/media.smp


Details
Blue Iris' Find/Inspect returns the camera's first profile, which is MJPEG and limited to 1 fps. Here are the Blue Iris Find/Inspect results:
Has RTP_RTSP_TCP, requesting profiles
first profile is a5e5e40b-e2d3-44d7-bd60-a0a3c4454cd0
first source is 82ef1463-0eca-4a97-bda2-8c4b9fd99a7a
requesting URI for profile a5e5e40b-e2d3-44d7-bd60-a0a3c4454cd0
RTSP URI: /onvif/profile1/media.smp​
Using that path created the problem.


The camera's profile2 is H.264 and supports 30 pfs. Note that you can reference the profile by name (H.264) or by number (profile2). Either works. So
/onvif/H.264/media.smp or /onvif/Profile2/media.smp give the same results.

Profile customization
The camera web viewer supports adding profiles. I added a profile named BlueIris, with codec H.264. The Configuration path = /onvif/BlueIris/media.smp or /onvif/profile3/media.smp
The first two profiles (MJPEG and H.264) are considered default and cannot be deleted or renumbered. Profile3 is MOBILE and can be deleted. If you add a profile, MOBILE becomes profile4 and the added profile becomes profile3.

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