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Axis Q7404 in HC2


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Guest GG

I'm sure all Axis cameras and video encoders will work in HC2 as long as you use MJPEG.

Have a look att Axis VAPIX documentation

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  • Yes, i can now confirm its working out of the box. I haven´t still connected any actual cameras but i can connect to the Q7404 and it shows "no signal" in the HC2 GUI

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    Guest GG

    It might be that you need to add some parameters to the default url in HC2 to be able to get video from channels 2 - 4, like ?camera=2 for video from input 2.

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  • It might be that you need to add some parameters to the default url in HC2 to be able to get video from channels 2 - 4, like ?camera=2 for video from input 2.

    Sorry if i wasn´t clear about it. The axis shows "no signal" if there isn´t any videosignal on the inputs. There is diffrent IP-addresses for each input so i don´t think i have to do anything but connect a camera to the inputs

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    Guest GG

    OK, wasn't sure how this particular encoder worked. Some encoders have multiple inputs and only one ip-address.

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