Forum Security Cameras PoE Cameras feature request: support more resolutions (e.g. Full HD 1080p)

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  • #386923

    reolinkneedsfullhd
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    Hello,

    I own a Reolink 420 – 5MP.

    I would like to play the RTSP stream with devices that support no higher resolutions than FullHD (1920×1080).

    Unfortunately, the ”fluent” stream is only 640×480 and the ”clear” stream cannot be smaller than 2048×1536.

    Would you please release a new firmware for this camera that supports other resolutions too?

    Thank you!

    #390678

    reolinkneedsfullhd
    Participant

    a few more comments:
    I see on login page the option to select a ”balanced” stream but I do not see a way to configure this one (only clear and fluent can be configured).

    Based on reading the HTML source code, the internal term for this one is ”external”. I have not found a way to access it via RTSP but only via RTMP. Its resolution is 896×672 with 25 fps.

    Here is the URL:
    rtmp://192.168.1.2/bcs/channel0_ext.bcs?channel=0&stream=0&user=admin&password=mypassword

    Questions:
    1) how can this stream be configured in terms of resolution / frames per second.
    2) why is its configuration not exposed in the web interface?

    I would like to have the option to re-configure it, e.g. to 1920×1080 with 25 fps (lower resolution values would also be nice to have and I do not see why this should be a big effort for Reolink to implement)

    #592353

    reolinkneedsfullhd
    Participant

    I am disappointed by not even getting a short reply from the Reolink staff.

    There was a new firmware release in the meantime but other resolutions were not included.

    This is something so simple for Reolink to implement and I would really appreciate if you could make sure this ends up in the next firmware release.

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