- Easier market acceptance
- Access to projects
- Build partnerships
This page provides access to previously released versions of the ONVIF Specifications. Version 20.12 – December 2020 Add MoveAndStartTracking to PTZ spec. Align method formatting of Core spec with service specs. Refactor and update informative rule definitions in annex A of the Analytics spec. Minor requirement change of Media2 spec to allow devices without encoders. A Personal Computer can be equipped with several Hard Disks and is able to store huge video archive. This is the greatest benefits of PC-based NVR compared with stand-alone NVR. To help you to menage several Hard Drives, VMS comes with advanced HDD management features that provides you full controls of hard disks and partitions. DeskCamera allows you to stream a PC desktop, webcam and microphone via the RTSP and ONVIF protocol to any VMS/NVR system. The software solves real client issues in many ways, from helping to prevent video evidence leaks by identifying how recorded video has been removed for example by mobile phone.
Making your products ONVIF conformant helps your products gain market acceptance and gives you access to projects, thereby helping you increase sales.
For software developers, implementing ONVIF specifications instead of various brand-name specific interfaces to address basic functionalities can free up time to focus on developing innovative solutions.
In order for your product to be ONVIF conformant, you must be an ONVIF member and the product must support at least one ONVIF profile.
As an ONVIF member, you can build partnerships by being part of the growing IP interoperability community. ONVIF is already supported by the majority of the largest network video companies. See list of members.
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