M-JPEG over HTTP
Many network-enabled cameras provide M-JPEG streams over HTTP protocol. Those network clients can connect to the server and get the M-JPEG streams. HTTP streaming separates each image into individual HTTP replies on a specified marker.
Get the M-JPEG URL
You need to get the M-JPEG URL of the network camera from the camera manual or the web configuration page. If the default port is not HTTP protocol (80), you need to include the port in the URL.
A typical URL sample is as follows: