Im completely new to the Node-RED environment, so please have mercy
As part of my thesis I am trying to get the video-stream of an IP-based device.
The idea is to grab the images and use the "multipart-encoder" to get a resulting http-stream. But unfortunately my video-management-software (in which I want to integrate the stream) don't support http, only RTSP.
Is there a way to convert the http-stream into a RTPS-stream?
Many thanks in advance!
PS: I am only using the web-interface of Node-RED..
@Colin yeah, vlc would do the job, but I am using an all-in-one-system:
It's a "VIVOTEK IE9111-O". A KI-Box you can install several apps on, which edit the video-stream in multiple ways. Node-Red is one of the apps and grabs the video-stream from another video-editing-app. So vlc is not an option because of the limited availability of apps and the necessity to do every work on the KI-Box.
@BartButenaers I think this answers your question, too? The KI-Box and the installed app unluckily don't support RTSP..