Intro to ONVIF
ONVIF, Open Network video Interface Forum, is a protocol meant to standardize communication between network video devices. it is meant to promote compatibility between different devices regardless of manufacturer. In their own words, "ONVIF is an open industry forum that provides and promotes standardized interfaces for effective interoperability of IP-based physical security products" (https://www.onvif.org/).
Do LTS Devices support ONVIF?
To confirm of your LTS device supports ONVIF, we recommend that you check their respective product specification pages. It is often listed under the "Standards" of the product specifications.
What If ONVIF Doesn't Work?
LTS cannot guarantee that third party devices will always work with LTS devices. In the case that it does not work, there is no definitive way to determine which product is at fault. For instance, optional features such as motion detection may not work if only one of the two devices support it. Furthermore, LTS cannot guarantee that third party manufacturers are in full compliance with ONVIF certifications which may create compatibility issues. If you are experiencing issues using LTS devices with third party devices, we recommend that you fully upgrade the firmware of both devices.