2n Helios IP camera URL

Connecting to your 2n Helios IP camera*


Try the following connection options in iSpy or Agent to connect to your 2n Helios IP camera. If an FFMPEG option is available we recommend you try that first as it will often be faster and include audio support. You can also try the VLC plugin in iSpy if the FFMPEG option isn't working.

The settings for 2n Helios cameras are built right into our open source surveillance software iSpy and our Windows Service based platform, Agent - click "Add" then "IP camera with wizard" to automatically setup your 2n Helios cameras. Start typing in the "Make" box to find your camera. If your camera is not listed in iSpy or Agent then click "Get Latest List" in settings or when on the add camera wizard. If you need to modify the URL then add or edit the 2n Helios camera and you can modify the connection type and URL in the video source dialog (button is top of the first tab).

2n Helios compatible software*

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Tip: Click a model to generate a URL for your camera

ModelsTypeProtocolPathAudioTalk ModelCookiesFlags
IP-CAMERA
JPEGhttp://tmpfs/auto.jpgNoNone
IP-CAMERA
FFMPEGrtsp:///h264_streamPossibleNone
IP-CAMERA
MJPEGhttp://videostream.cgi?usr=[USERNAME]&pwd=[PASSWORD]NoNone
Vario
FFMPEGrtsp:///h264_streamPossibleNone
VARIO
JPEGhttp://snapshot/view[CHANNEL].jpgNoNone
VARIO
JPEGhttp://cgi-bin/snapshot.cgi?loginuse=[USERNAME]&loginpas=[PASSWORD]NoNone
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* iSpyConnect has no affiliation, connection, or association with 2n Helios’s products. The connection details provided here are crowd sourced from the community and may be incomplete, inaccurate or both. We provide no warranty that you will be successful using these connection URLs or that 2n Helios products are compatible with iSpy.

 

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