Happytime Onvif Server
provides you with an application software for simulating NVT (Network Video Transmitter) devices alongside integrated support for the ONVIF standard.
First things first, the ONVIF, also knows as the Open Network Video Interface Forum, is a forum created back in 2008 by Sony, Bosch Security Systems, and Axis Communications in order to deliver standardization and interoperability for software around the world.
By complying to the ONVIF standard, Happytime Onvif Server surely has the upper hand when it comes to other software in its category that lack this recommendation. ONVIF refers to standards regarding video surveillance as well as IP products in the security communication sphere.
Thus, Happytime Onvif Server also implements other services for various media and devices in tandem with the ones created for discovery purposes. The support library of this particular piece of software also packs support for cross-platforming; therefore, your applications can also benefit from this feature.
The code behind the server cover a fairly high number of areas including the device discovery and management together with IP and media configuration and even real time viewing capabilities. Moreover, Happytime Onvif Server also comes packing built-in XML parsing, HTTP server, STP and RTSP protocol codes.
Other than that, Happytime Onvif Server supplies clear and concise framework code and does not rely on some (if not any) third-party libraries. Suitable for integrated environments, with Happytime Onvif Server you can also compile small files with just some dozens of kilobytes in size.
The bottom line with Happytime Onvif Server is that it comes in handy for those of you looking for a ONVIF server that you can really trust in and build applications that comply with the standards while also supporting several operating systems as well as easy portation to other platforms.