peer2peer fails

peer2peer fails

admin Staff asked 4 years ago
I was researching the IP cam streamer and cloud service for the integration of our IP cam product range. Right now we are still finding the right IP Cam manufacture from china. Beside the needs of the hardware itself (IP Cam) we also need the streamer and the cloud service so our user can view our IP cam using cloud from our App. And after reading your blog/website I think this is what we need. What I need to know is the price, and does it possible using cheap IP Cam from china using your embed system streamer? I saw that the IP Cam using capabilities Linux on running inside their IP Cam. For your concern we are using $20-$40 IP Cam. How much it will cost for per license? How about we build our own cloud server here in Indonesia? Our target is 3 month from now we already can deliver the product. i am trying to make a simple peer to peer evostream, i am successful to pull stream from my camera, and enable “startWebRTC ersIP=52.6.14.61 ersPort=3535 roomID=[olmatixcam]” but when i try to view it from “http://ers.evostream.com:5050/demo/evowrtcclient.html?stream=olmatixcam&room=olmatixcam” it still fail, can you help me here? Thanks



2 Answers
_Eric_S_ Staff answered 4 years ago
Hi, RE: cannot view stream  Hi, may I request you try this player instead?

http://ers.evostream.com:5050/demo/evoplayers.html If it still does not work, please copy+paste the debug messages from the WRTC Player panel from which you tried to play the stream. To do this, you will need to check the “[ ] Show debug messages”.     As for your pricing questions, another representative shall get in touch with you.   Thanks.  
_Eric_S_ Staff answered 4 years ago
Hi Lesjaw, RE: but if i want to play it from another WebRTC player what url should I request? At present, you will need to use the EvoStream WebRTC player. You may use the code for evowrtcclient.html as your example. If you have Evostream installed in windows, you can find this in (evostream_install)\evo-webroot\demo\evowrtcclient.html. (ex. C:\EvoStream\evo-webroot\demo\evowrtcclient.html) If you have EvoStream installed in linux, you can find this under /var/evo-webroot/demo/evowrtcclient.html. The steps that you need to do are: Make sure to include the evostream jsplayer bundle: script src=”//ers.evostream.com:5050/demo/js/evohtml5player.bundle.js”
Define a Video tag with the id=”videoElement”.
Call the function, evoDoWebRtc(streamName, roomName, ‘52.6.14.61:3535’, null), where streamName is the name of the stream you wish to play, and roomName is the room defined in the StartWebRtc command you issued.
The steps outlined above are the quickest way to get a webrtc stream started on your browser.

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