Having my own ip video doorbell is already since day one on my todo list. But most bells need a cloud subscription, and I'm not going to pay somebody to look at my own pictures from my own camera... The DoorBird doorbell could solve this, but it is pretty expensive...
Seems that the Openhab community managed to get it running somehow, but my Openhab knowledge is too small to understand how it works. So if anybody can tell me, that would be great!
The camera supports Onvif and RTSP streaming. But I don't understand how the dual way audio (via ffmpeg perhaps?) works ... And also not sure how I could use my node-red-contrib-onvif-nodes to get this working ....
I have come to the painful conclusion that I can't do both: developing nodes for the community and experimenting with this kind of stuff... So would be nice if some people could join this discussion with their knowledge and experience!