Re-organized the forum to more cleanly delineate the development section, as the end user support side appears to have taken a life of its own!

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Firmware / NEED Help for NETIS SEC111 Cam
« Last post by Macao100 on September 19, 2019, 10:53:38 am »
I come to you to find a solution and thank you in advance.
I bought one year ago a kit nvr and 8 cameras brand NETIS which had to be compatible onvif in the documentation. Today the NVR is out of service and unable to use the camera on another system. Is there a firmwaire that allows me to reuse my cameras.
The cameras are SEC 111 based on HI3518E_V1 date 2015 and AR0130 sensor.
Would you have a solution for telnet access too.
Thank you
General Discussion / pc software
« Last post by corvairbob on August 17, 2019, 10:27:11 am »
is there a pc software program that will let me run and view my cameras? i now have a dvr and nvr connected to cameras the dvr runs 12 wired analog cameras, the nvr runs 4 ip type cameras some foscam some other brands. i can see the cameras on there dvr/nvr units and monitor, and also i can view them with my phone and tablet, but the response is slower than with the pc. so if i can find a program to run the cameras on with my pc that would be great. has anyone done thes and if so what programs are you running? thanks
General Discussion / foscam question
« Last post by corvairbob on August 10, 2019, 06:19:42 pm »
i got 3 foscam cameras recently and i had one that just did not want to take my username or password even after multiple reset times. so i gave up on that one it was the f19821w  then the other 2 arrived and those connected up good. i was able to change the username and password and the ports. but i don't think these are onvif cameras. i tried to get them to show on my nvr and i could not get them connected up. they seemed to connect but the username and password i gave the cameras did not take on the nvr.

so is there  a way to get the nvr to see the cameras? or are these not real onvif cameras and the nvr will not see them. the are f18910w cameras and when i reset them to start new they came up with 88 and 80 for ports they did let me change those ports and i can see them on the tinycam app good.  the first camera that i got at first did work but then stopped and when i tried to login to it it made me change the un and pw but did not take it but when i was able to see it that one connected up to the nvr and i could see it on the nvr and record up until it failed. any help on the f18910w cameras would be great. thanks

on another note has anyone been able to register on the foscam forums? i tried a dozen times and it will not take the answer to the posed question. the one it gives me the mose is 48/4  i put in 12 and it will not go further. and when i try to use the contact us i gives me a captcha and ti then says try again later. thanks
Hacking & Modding / Re: Himpp hi3518 v1.0.9.0
« Last post by admin on August 08, 2019, 09:15:44 pm »
HiSilicon media processing platform (HiMPP) is part of the SDK.

You'll need to either have bought a dev kit, or trawl the internet to find the SDK.

Maybe check this blog -

This post talks about it in
and this has a link
From that Link -
Note - Finding a specific version is probably impossible unless you have legit access, so you'll have to make do with whatever has been previously uploaded.

Hacking & Modding / Himpp hi3518 v1.0.9.0
« Last post by came_1112 on August 08, 2019, 09:29:46 am »
How can I get himpp (hisilicon so) of hi3518 v1.0.9.0 ?

General Discussion / Re: analog camera question
« Last post by admin on August 06, 2019, 11:51:32 am »
@rickHarley, don't post irrelevant link spam, or you'll be banned.


Analog camera quality will be based on how many lines they have, usually indicated by TVL in the camera description. 
Higher numbers are better.

Look for a low angle lens if you need a wider angle view. For a small room, it will need to be very low angle!

To be honest, I don't think you'll get what you want with analog camera's, as the quality isn't going to be there, even with the best lighting available.

General Discussion / Re: analog camera question
« Last post by RickHarley on July 03, 2019, 06:40:10 am »
I can advice you to use Eyecam FD100H It have driver facing internal camera, perfect for monitoring vehicle interior, simple bracket design for easy installation, high quality image 700 TVL, mirror loop for custom mounting.
General Discussion / Hello world!
« Last post by RickHarley on July 03, 2019, 06:35:24 am »
Hey Guys! Nice to be a part this community! Nice to meet you all who read this thread!
General Discussion / analog camera question
« Last post by corvairbob on June 24, 2019, 09:31:59 am »
  i used to have wifi ip cameras and they seem to have a great image and field of view. i had them in corners and i could see the image like standing in the room and i could see just about from corner to corner. so then because those cams would not record on the dvr i set my system up to analog. i have 8 outside analog cams and they work perfect for years. i now need to find some type of analog camera i can mount inside that gives me a great image just like i'm standing in the room and one that will give me the field form the wall to wall in a corner like 90 degs.

i took a guess and installed bullet cams but the had bad images and fields of view, so to not waste any more money i'm asking here to see if anyone can better direct me to inside analog cams. they can be shelf mounted most likely upside down as they would be up above your head or they can be standoff mounted like outdoor cams.  so i can just replace what i did install in the place of the wifi ip ptz cams i had.

the cams i have now outside i just can't find anymore or i oud get more. but those are for outside and they have to look a bit further out, i need to find some that only have to see inside a 12x12 or so size room. i'm not liking the fisheye look as those are hard to id anyone. and the purpose of having cams are to id people.

so if anyone has an idea of what models will work and not break the bank please send that info along. thanks for any help.

General Discussion / Re: how to connect a dvr to an wifi ipcamera
« Last post by boond908 on June 20, 2019, 10:09:28 am »
Really great article, Glad to read the article. It is very informative for us. Thanks for posting
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