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Tests: Test and Release

ONVIF adapter for ioBroker

Adapter for ONVIF cameras

This adapter uses Sentry libraries to automatically report exceptions and code errors to the developers. For more details and for information how to disable the error reporting see Sentry-Plugin Documentation! Sentry reporting is used starting with js-controller 3.0.

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Add cameras

Discovery:

Each time the adapter is started, a discovery is performed with the user name and password entered in the settings and an attempt is made to log in to the camera. If the camera has not yet been added under Objects.

You can perform the discovery manually in the settings. If the cameras have different credentials, you have to enter them and perform a discovery. In the log you can see the details of the process.

In order for a camera to be detected again, it must simply be deleted under Objects.

Manual search

Cameras can be searched for manually if Discovery does not work. To do this, an IP range and ports must be entered and executed manually. In the log you can see details about the process.

States

onvif.0.IP_PORT.events Events of the camera like e.g. motion detection. Sometimes you have to trigger the event to see it.

onvif.0.IP_PORT.general General information about the cameras

onvif.0.IP_PORT.infos Information about the camera is only updated at adapter start or at remote.refresh

Video and Snapshot URL:

onvif.0.IP_PORT.infos.streamUris.MediaProfile_Channel1_MainStream.snapshotUrl.uri

onvif.0.IP_PORT.remote Control of the camera

onvif.0.IP_PORT.remote.refresh Updating the info data

onvif.0.IP_PORT.remote.gotoHomePosition Set PTZ camera to home position

onvif.0.IP_PORT.remote.gotoPreset Select PTZ camera preset number

onvif.0.IP_PORT.remote.snapshot Save snapshot to onvif.0.IP_PORT.snapshot

Message

Adapter receives message "snapshot" and returns image

sendTo("onvif.0", "snapshot", "192_168_178_100_80", (result) => {
  if (result) {
    sendTo("telegram.0", {
      text: result,

      type: "photo",

      caption: "camera2",
    });
  }
});

Motion message to Telegram

on("onvif.0.192_168_178_100_80.events.RuleEngine/CellMotionDetector/Motion", (obj) => {
  if (obj.state.val === true) {
    sendTo("onvif.0", "snapshot", "192_168_178_100_80", (result) => {
      if (result) {
        sendTo("telegram.0", {
          text: result,

          type: "photo",

          caption: "Camera 2",
        });
      }
    });
  }
});

Include stream into vis

If stream should be displayed in Apple Homekit then please create a camera directly in yahka. If that doesn't work or hksv is needed then install scrypted in a docker and add the camera with onvif and homekit plugin

go2rtsp Docker

A stream is normally provided via rtsp stream. A conversion via motion eye is very resource-intensive and has a delay. A conversion to webrtc is faster and saves resources. My recommendation is a go2rtsp. A docker from alexxit/go2rtc must be created for this. https://hub.docker.com/r/alexxit/go2rtc

 image: alexxit/go2rtc
    network_mode: host # important for WebRTC, HomeKit, UDP cameras
    privileged: true # only for FFmpeg hardware transcoding
    restart: unless-stopped # autorestart on fail or config change from WebUI
    environment:
      - TZ=Europe/Berlin # timezone in logs
    volumes:
      - "~/go2rtc:/config" # folder for go2rtc.yaml file (edit from WebUI)

A volume must be set for the path /config and the network as host.

Then go2rtsp is accessible via

http://IP:1984

Then you can add a stream. The stream url can be found e.g. under onvif.0.IP_PORT.infos.streamUris.ProfileName.live_stream_tcp.uri

Insert stream as iFrame

Add the iFrame widget in the Vis and use the stream link from go2rtsp as the source

http://192.168.178.1:1984/stream.html?src=camera&mode=webrtc

Rtsp2Web Docker

An alternative is a RTSPtoWeb Docker. However, this is more complicated to set up. A Docker must be created from ghcr.io/deepch/rtsptoweb:latest.

docker run --name rtsp-to-web -v /YOURPATHFORCONFIG:/config --network host ghcr.io/deepch/rtsptoweb:latest

A volume must be set for the path /config and the network must be set as host.

Then rtsptoweb can be reached via

http://IP:8083

Then you can add a stream. The stream url can be found e.g. under onvif.0.IP_PORT.infos.streamUris.ProfileName.live_stream_tcp.uri

Then we need the Stream Id. To do this, stream edit and copy out the Id in the URL

http://192.168.178.2:8083/pages/stream/edit/ddbdb583-9f80-4b61-bafa-613aa7a5daa5

Insert individual stream in the vis

Then select an HTML object in the vis. Then enter the rtsp2web server with stream id in the widget under HTML:

If multiple streams are to be added, webrtc-url and webrtc-video in html and script must be replaced with a new id e.g. webrtc-url2 and webrtc-video2

<input
  type="hidden"
  name="webrtc-url"
  id="webrtc-url"
  value="http://192.168.0.2:8083/stream/ddbdb583-9f80-4b61-bafa-613aa7a5daa5/channel/0/webrtc"
/>

<video id="webrtc-video" autoplay muted playsinline controls style="max-width: 100%; max-height: 100%;"></video>

Add this script in the widget under Scripts:

setTimeout(function () {
  function startPlay(videoEl, url) {
    const webrtc = new RTCPeerConnection({
      iceServers: [
        {
          urls: ["stun:stun.l.google.com:19302"],
        },
      ],
      sdpSemantics: "unified-plan",
    });
    webrtc.ontrack = function (event) {
      console.log(event.streams.length + " track is delivered");
      videoEl.srcObject = event.streams[0];
      videoEl.play();
    };
    webrtc.addTransceiver("video", { direction: "sendrecv" });
    webrtc.onnegotiationneeded = async function handleNegotiationNeeded() {
      const offer = await webrtc.createOffer();

      await webrtc.setLocalDescription(offer);

      fetch(url, {
        method: "POST",
        body: new URLSearchParams({ data: btoa(webrtc.localDescription.sdp) }),
      })
        .then((response) => response.text())
        .then((data) => {
          try {
            webrtc.setRemoteDescription(new RTCSessionDescription({ type: "answer", sdp: atob(data) }));
          } catch (e) {
            console.warn(e);
          }
        });
    };

    const webrtcSendChannel = webrtc.createDataChannel("rtsptowebSendChannel");
    webrtcSendChannel.onopen = (event) => {
      console.log(`${webrtcSendChannel.label} has opened`);
      webrtcSendChannel.send("ping");
    };
    webrtcSendChannel.onclose = (_event) => {
      console.log(`${webrtcSendChannel.label} has closed`);
      startPlay(videoEl, url);
    };
    webrtcSendChannel.onmessage = (event) => console.log(event.data);
  }

  const videoEl = document.querySelector("#webrtc-video");
  const webrtcUrl = document.querySelector("#webrtc-url").value;

  startPlay(videoEl, webrtcUrl);
}, 1000);

All streams as iFrame

Alternatively, you could also insert the camera overview as an iframe: Add the widget iFrame and enter the rtsp2web server as source:

http://192.168.0.2:8083/pages/multiview/full?controls

FFMpeg support

If the camera does not have snapshot support, ffmpeg will create a snapshot from the rtsp stream.

Include snapshot server in vis

The adapter offers a snapshot server without password. Activate the server in the instance settings and then you can get the current snapshot http://iobrokerIp:8095/CAMERAIP_PORT e.g. http://192.168.0.1:8095/192_168_0_1_80.

Insert an image widget in the vis and specify the url as source and select an update time

Include snapshot in vis

If possible use the snapshotUri e.g.

onvif.0.IP_PORT.infos.streamUris.MediaProfile_Channel1_MainStream.snapshotUrl.uri

Do not use the state as a stream, otherwise the disk load will be too high.

Update the state via onvif.0.IP_PORT.remote.snapshot

Assign a String img src element to the state onvif.0.IP_PORT.snapshot.

Or as an alternative if String img src does not work

Insert the state onvif.0.IP_PORT.snapshot as HTML element into the vis with the following content

<img src="{onvif.0.IP_PORT.snapshot}" width="500px" />

Create new snapshot on event:

on("onvif.0.192_168_178_100_80.events.RuleEngine/CellMotionDetector/Motion", (obj) => {
  if (obj.state.val === true) {
    setState("onvif.0.192_168_178_100_80.remote.snapshot", true, false);
  }
});

Discussion (german)

https://forum.iobroker.net/topic/63145/test-adapter-onvif-camera-v1-0-0

Changelog

1.1.3 (2024-03-15)

  • Allow non number PTZ presets

1.1.2 (2023-12-29)

  • (TA2k) Catch callback error

1.1.1 (2023-10-18)

  • (mcm1957) Standard iobroker release environment has been added.
  • (mcm1957) Some dependencies have been updated.

1.1.0

  • (TA2k) Bugfixes

1.0.5

  • Improve event handling

1.0.4

  • (TA2k) Minor bugfixes and readme update for livestream in vis

1.0.3

  • (TA2k) Minor bugfixes

1.0.2

  • (TA2k) Fixed a reonnect and empty event bug

1.0.1

  • (TA2k) initial new release

License

MIT License

Copyright (c) 2023-2024 TA2k tombox2020@gmail.com

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