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Real Time Streaming Protocol (RTSP) is a network control protocol designed for use in entertainment and communications systems to control streaming media servers. Turbine stations support RTSP version 1.0 defined in RFC 2326.
RTSP settings are available on all Turbine stations. All Turbine stations support audio streaming over RTSP and video Turbine stations (TCIV-x) additionally support video streaming over RTSP.

Software requirements

RTSP and ONVIF is supported from Turbine software version 4.11

Configuration

  • ICX-AlphaCom mode: Advanced AlphaCcom > RTSP and ONVIF
  • Edge mode: Edge Configuration > RTSP and ONVIF
  • SIP mode: SIP Configuration > RTSP and ONVIF


Video Intercoms

Supported devices

  • TCIV
  • TCIV+/TKIV+
RTSP settings


  • Audio source - defines when acoustic echo canceler is applied to mic+speaker voice. With this setting, it is possible to choose whether only the microphone signal is sent to the RTSP stream or both microphone and speaker signals are sent to the RTSP stream. Options are:
    • Mic before AEC - Both microphone and speaker signals are sent out to RTSP stream
    • Mic after AEC - Only microphone signal is sent out to RTSP stream


RTSP uri generator

The RTSP uri generator allows to configure and use custom RTSP URI. The custom RTSP URI can be used in parallel with the default RTSP url, but which will have a different configuration than the default one

  • Encoder - which encoder will be used for the video stream, options are H264 and MJPEG
  • Resolution - Sets the pixel resolution, options are. Supports 240p, 480p, 720p (H264 only) and 1080p (H264 only).
  • Frames per second - sets the framerate per second. Options are 5fps, 10fps, 15fps (H264 only) , 25fps (H264 only) and 30fps (H264 only)
  • Bitrate (H264 only) - Sets the bitrate which will be used in video stream. Options are 128, 300, 500, 1000, 1500, 2500, 5000 and 7000kb/s

Click the Copy URI button to copy the generated URI.

Non-Video Intercoms

RTSP settings for Non-Video Intercoms


  • Audio source - defines when acoustic echo canceler is applied to mic+speaker voice. With this setting, it is possible to choose whether only the microphone signal is sent to the RTSP stream or both microphone and speaker signals are sent to the RTSP stream. Options are:
    • Mic before AEC - Both microphone and speaker signals are sent out to RTSP stream
    • Mic after AEC - Only microphone signal is sent out to RTSP stream