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  Free Download Linux ONVIF Device Tool

ONVIF Device Tool is an ONVIF NVC software on Linux . ONVIF NVC(Network Video Client) is network clients (e.g., NVR) which can manage ONVIF NVT (Network Video Transmitters) devices (IP cameras and video servers). Lingodigit ONVIF NVC software stack is baesed on Lingodigit ONVIF v2.6 client library(c++ or C). Manufactures can develop ONVIF compliant client products quickly using Lingodigit ONVIF NVC software stack. We also developed a GUI application named 'ONVIF Device Tool' using Lingodigit ONVIF client library(c++).
  • Why need ONVIF Declaration of Conformance?
  • ONVIF is an organization that acts on behalf of members to facilitate the standardization of interfaces for effective interoperability of IP-based physical security products.
    ONVIF conformance means that the requirements stated in the claimed ONVIF Profiles Specifications documents are fulfilled according to the defined requirement levels.
  • How to make ONVIF Conformance?
  • Passing ONVIF Client Test Tool to make ONVIF Conformance and you can generate an ONVIF Declaration Conformance document, such as ONVIF Conformance (Supported Profiles S) of Lingodigit ONVIF Device Tool
  • Who can make ONVIF Conformance?
  • Only ONVIF members can make conformance claims and get the ONVIF Client Test Tool.

    Free download ONVIF Device Tool:
    Lingodigit ONVIF Device Tool v19.05 has passed the ONVIF Conformance Supported Profiles S in ONVIF Client Test Tool v18.12 and changes Linux Qt GUI with embedded VLC player to QTGstreamer. If you are not Ubuntu user, please use the Manual install.
  • Ubuntu 18.04 64bit (amd64): onvif-device-tool_19.05-2019.05.30_amd64.deb
  • Manual install Linux(amd64): onvif_device_tool_Release.2019.05.30.zip

  • Verified with ONVIF Client Test Tool v18.12 with ONVIF IPCameras
    Implements Discovery, Device, Media, Imaging,Events and PTZ services: ONVIF Device Tool FeatureList
  • Linux Qt-based ONVIF GUI client with QTGstreamer
  • libonvif based on gSop, easy to follow ONVIF WSDL update and gSOAP is an long active project.
  • ONVIF Client Conformance Test Report, since form 2015 (ONVIF had approved Lingodigit ONVIF Device Tool with ONVIF Client Test Tool v15.02).
  • ONVIF Device Tool usage and download old version.

    ONVIF Client Library

    Lingidigit ONVIF Client Library is a C library for ONVIF IP camera management. ONVIF Client Library help manufactures to develop ONVIF NVC products quickly.

    Target applications:
  • NVR (Network Video Recorder)
  • Video surveillance add-on of NAS
  • Video management system
  • ONVIF v2.6, v2.x compatible
  • Device Discovery
  • Digital (relay) output
  • Audio and video configuration
  • Event notification
  • PTZ control. Support absolute, relative, and continuous move models, PTZ preset.
  • Imaging Service (brightness, contrast, ...)
    Tested Cameras:
  • Axis P3301-V
  • Axis Q1604
  • Bosch NBN-932V
  • Brickcom CB-100AP
  • GBO S1080
  • Mozart395s-IMX122
  • Panasonic WV-NP502
  • Sony SNC-VB600
  • Vivotek IP8162

    ONVIF Device Tool -ONVIF NVC Software base on Linux is Free to Download

    Lingodigit ONVIF Device Tool is an ONVIF NVC (Network Video Client) software for IP camera management. Our goal is make ONVIF Device Tool to be a Linux version of 'ONVIF Device Manager'.
    ONVIF has approved Lingodigit ONVIF Device Tool with ONVIF Client Test Tool v15.02,based on ONVIF v2.6 (v2.5) Profile S - Ubuntu (x86 and amd64) 12.04 or above VLC and libVLC installed. Others have to customize. Advanced services please contact us info@lingodigit.com

    Free download ONVIF Device Tool:
    Lingodigit ONVIF Device Tool for Ubuntu 16.04 64bit (amd64)


    Lingodigit ONVIF Device Tool for Ubuntu 12.04:

    64bit (amd64): onvif-device-tool_15.12-20151229_amd64.deb
    32bit (i686): onvif-device-tool_15.12-2015129_i686.deb

    Lingodigit ONVIF Device Tool for Debian Jessie 32bit:

    Usage: onvif-device-tool_15.10-20151028_amd64.de ex: ~$ onvif-device-tool

  • ONVIF v2.6 compliant
  • Verified with ONVIF Client Test Tool v17.12
  • Linux Qt GUI with embedded VLC player

  • Ubuntu 12.04 or above
  • VLC installed