Mobotix/ MOVE Camera Configuration Guide

Mobotix/ MOVE Camera Configuration Guide

Mobotix/ Move Camera Configuration


Version 2.0


To ensure your Mobotix camera integrates with the Eagle Eye System properly, the following configuration specifications need to be met.


  1. Click Admin Menu.

  2. Navigate to Network Setup to configure the IP and HTTP settings (if needed).

Ethernet Interface: Change to a static IP or set dynamically as needed.

Web Server: Disable HTTPS for ease of integration.

  1. Click Integration Protocols in the Camera Administration section to configure the ONVIF settings.

  • Ensure the active Protocol is ONVIF.

  • Select Discoverable under ONVIF Settings.

  • Add a user with Admin access.

    • It’s best to match the camera login and ONVIF login for proper integration.

  • Click Set to confirm the configuration.

Note: The aspect ratio can be set to Free, however, special features (PTZ, Fisheye, Thermal, etc) only work with a fixed aspect ratio. If you don’t see the Fisheye / PTZ tab showing up in the camera settings on the Dashboard, set an aspect ratio here.

Ensure the camera’s firmware is up-to-date as per the Mobotix Website. You can check the current firmware version via the System Information menu under Hardware and Release Information.

MOVE Cameras

MOVE cameras are not Mobotix in the classic sense as they are made by a different manufacturer. This makes them much simpler; you’ll find that they are very similar to most other IP cameras you work with.

  1. Click Streaming.

2. Set the streams according to the following:

Stream 1: Encode Type H.264, Framerate 12fps

Stream 2 or 3: Encode Type MJPEG

Note: Some MOVE cameras do not allow the second stream to be set to MJPEG. In that case change stream 3 to MJPEG.

There are no special ONVIF settings that need to be changed.

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