Mr. Raghu Kudva said that " For DM36x based camera, we are planning to be ONVIF compliant by early Jan'21012. This will be based on ONVIF 1.02. For PSIA, we are already PSIA compliant here."
How to understand "compliant" ? It means DM36x platform support complete ONVIF components ? or it means DM36x platform support ONVIF application only including some components like multimedia communication?
I appreciate your reply. Thank you very much.
We test ONVIF feature using conformance tool provided by ONVIF consortium.
These are tested for only the features suported by our camera, like for ex: g726 is not supported by our camera RDK, but is a part of ONVIF test.
SO those features which are not suported by camera are not tested with conformance tool.
We run the tool in manual mode and run tests by test to generate the report.
Please refer to the report provided with the release
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