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Support for Ubiquiti's UniFi Video cameras?


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Does anyone currently runs UniFi Video with Home Center 2?

 

How is the compatibility? Is Home Center able to support the varies models of UniFi Video cameras?

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How do you adjust the size of the video, for me the video picture from UniFi shows the whole picture and the layout of the HC2

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Hello, 

 

I have managed to get to work all of the unifi g3 cameras except the micro one because I do not own one.The steps are:

1. Have all cameras with static ip

2. When you add a new camera to fibaro, put the username ubnt and the password of the camera which can be found in the configuration website of unifi protect or video.

3. Select http and below put the ip of the camera.

4. For the jpeg and mjpeg path put: "/snap.jpeg?cb=<"Camera UDID">".

5. Camera UDID can be found when you go to the configuration of a camera and enable rtsp, the code at the end of the string. 

I am open to any questions!

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Just managed to do this with Unifi Protect:

1. First you need to find the device password: Unifi Protect interface -> Settings -> Advanced -> Device Password -> Reveal.

 

2. Second: ip adresses: normally you dhcp host will lease an ip adress for 1 day so when your camera is offline for more than 24 hours, it COULD get an other ip adress.

To avoid this problem in the future, go to the ip adress of every camera (you can find those in the protect user interface)

Log in the camera using "ubnt" as user and the Device Password found in step 1.

 

3. Add the camera's in Fibaro using the advanced settings:

User: ubnt

Password: Device Password (see step 1.)

Protocol: http

IP: the adress of the camera (see step 2.)

JPG Path: /snap.jpeg

MJPG Path: /snap.jpeg

 

4. The images are visable in the web interface of fibaro but not in the app (old and new). To view the images in the app, you need to enable the "Enable Anonymous Snapshot" in the camera settings you can find at the ip of every camera (see step 2.)

 

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