Anyone try tenvis IP Cameras?

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tenvisfran
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Anyone try tenvis IP Cameras?

Postby tenvisfran » Wed Mar 02, 2011 7:55 am

Now over 100,000 users use tenvis IP Cameras, is anyone work with Zoneminder?
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PacoLM
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Postby PacoLM » Wed Mar 02, 2011 1:11 pm

You seem so familiar to these cameras....why don't try it yourself?

tenvisfran
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Postby tenvisfran » Wed Mar 02, 2011 1:30 pm

Yes, I have tried, any problem feel free to call me.

most IP Cameras from Tenvis Factory is for OEM/ODM, but when connecting to Android and Iphone, users can find Tenvis logo in the software.

I hope more and more can talk about Tenvis.
fran@tenvis.com.cn

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IP Cameras Manufacturer

timcraig
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Postby timcraig » Wed Mar 02, 2011 6:22 pm

To promote you cameras to Zoneminder users and installation consultants, I suggest trying the following:


    * Install Zoneminder and find the best configuration that works for you camera.
    * Make a post in the "Hardware Compatibility List" forum with the name and model of the camera in the title of the post.
    * In the post, describe the Zoneminder settings you used for the camera (remote method or ffmpeg method, http protocol or rstp protocol, the url you entered for the remote path, etc)
    * Describe the performance you can get out of the camera (for example: at 320x240 you will get 20 fps in Zoneminder, at 640x480 you will get 10 fps).
    * If the camera has PTZ features, provide a Zoneminder control script if needed and describe how to configure that.

You can also post the information in the Wiki: (http://www.zoneminder.com/wiki/index.ph ... rk_Cameras)

People usually skip unknown brand IP cameras for Zoneminder as it's a gamble to whether the camera works. Giving reliable information to which cameras work and how to make them work on Zoneminder with go really far.

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gmar_87
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Re: Anyone try tenvis IP Cameras?

Postby gmar_87 » Tue Nov 15, 2011 10:08 am

Tenvis camera working - viewtopic.php?f=10&t=18477


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