Transform an Onvif IP camera into a DriectShow device, then view the live feed with a compatible program, thanks to this simple tool
Happytime Onvif Filter is a simple to use tool designed to help you view and manage the live feed from Onvif IP cameras with software that support DirectShow.
The tool allows you to remotely connect to an Onvif camera, then convert the feed, in order for you to render it with other programs.
Happytime Onvif Filter is a simple tool that works as a DirectShow source filter, allowing you to turn an Onvif IP camera into a DirectShow device.
Onvif is an international standard, designed to ensure the security of IP communication. Its purpose is to increase the level of interoperability between network video products regardless of their manufacturers.
Happytime Onvif Filter allows you to easily connect to an IP camera that is compliant with the Onvif standard and redirect the live feed to a different software.
You can view and manage the live feed from an Onvif IP camera with the help of programs such as AMCap, VLC, Graphedit and others. ffMPEG video rendering software also support the converted feed from the Onvif cameras.
You may manually configure the connection parameters for the Onvif camera, by specifying the IP address and the specific Onvif protocol port.
Moreover, you need to provide the username and password, if such credentials are required for ensuring the connection.
You may view the live feed from the Onvif camera by opening it with the DirectShow compliant application that you use. You may manage the video or both video and audio feeds, based on the type of IP camera you connect to.
The tool is simple to use, quick to install and supports configuring the default parameters. If you have administrative rights on the computer on which Happytime Onvif Filter is installed, then you may enter the default parameters in the OnvifFilter.xml file. The document can be found at the installation path.