What about VLC? Open th media stream and go full stream?
The client has a whole system full of cameras... 16
So we need them to be able to see all the cameras from their desk.
I'm pretty sure you can only view one camera via vlc.
[I work for Aimetis]
Kenny - Aimetis makes a universal decoder that can display up to 16 camera views at one time. The product part number is AIM-A10D. It will discover the ONVIF cameras (Profile S) on the network, you can pick which cameras to display.
You can learn more by clicking here.
Just use iSpy. https://www.ispyconnect.com/download.aspx
VERY Versatile. and has a terrific auto scan tool to help identify cameras from an incredibly long list of manufactures.
No i don't work for them.
AxxonSoft had a free 16CH version, but now they've made only 4CH free.
BTW, Uniview is now officially UNV. Have you tried their own CMS / VMS ?- http://sg.uniview.com/Products/Software/PC/EZStation/#~Related document
If nothing works - Try http://geniusvision.net/community.html
Try NxWitness from Network Optix. It is free to stream and view Onvif cameras live.
I could Not get it to work with NX Witness....
It looks like you have to have one of their servers installed before you can add cameras to the software.
I was never able to add any cameras to NX Witness.
Turns out DW Spectrum is the same software as NS Witness...
You cant add any cameras unless you connect to one of their servers first...
Another thought would be to invest in a cheap NVR that does both. Dahua does RTSP so that's probably the best. How much could one cost?