To enable your ONVIF camera in your installation, add the following to your
# Example configuration.yaml entry camera: - platform: onvif host: 192.168.1.111
(string)(Required)The IP address or hostname of the camera.
(string)(Optional)Override the name of your camera.
Default value: ONVIF Camera
(string)(Optional)The username for the camera.
Default value: admin
(string)(Optional)The password for the camera.
Default value: 888888
(integer)(Optional)The (HTTP) port for the camera.
Default value: 5000
(integer)(Optional)Video profile that will be used to obtain the stream, more details below.
Default value: 0
(string)(Optional)Extra options to pass to
ffmpeg, e.g., image quality or video filter options. More details in
Default value: -q:v 2
Most of the ONVIF cameras support more than one audio/video profile. Each profile provides different image quality. Usually, the first profile has the highest quality and it is the profile used by default. However, you may want to use a lower quality image. One of the reasons may be that your hardware isn’t able to render the highest quality image in real-time, especially when running on Raspberry Pi. Therefore you can choose which profile do you want to use by setting in config
If your ONVIF camera supports PTZ, you will be able to pan, tilt or zoom your camera.
|Service data attribute||Description|
||String or list of strings that point at
||Tilt direction. Allowed values:
||Pan direction. Allowed values:
||Zoom. Allowed values:
If you are running into trouble with this sensor, please refer to the Troubleshooting section.