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List of error messages

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List of error messages:

Error 10: Camera information is not found.

Error 20: Failed to load camera information from the cloud.

Error 101: The cloud is not available. Check your network if it is offline or the cloud is in the maintenance.

Error 102: Failed to load the HLS playlist.

Error 103: The cloud HLS is not up running.

Error 104: Camera info is not found.

Error 105: Failed to get streaming bitrate info, check camera’s CamID/PIN or credential userID and password if there are correct.

Error 106: Streaming bitrate is too high.

Error 107: Failed to start HLS streaming.

Error 108: HLS streaming service is up running and no camera info is not found. (The camera is deleted in microseven.com or cloud is under maintenance.)

Error 109: HLS streaming service is up running and there is no HLS playlist to be found. (network may not be stable from camera end)

Error 110: Since the other issue occurs, the streaming is not available.

Error 111: Camera is in private mode, no sharing with others.

Error 112: Camera is offline, there is no Internet or DNS error.

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August 5th, 2017 at 12:09 pm

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120 Feet License Plate View Using M7B77-WPSV1

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120 Feet License Plate View Using M7B77-WPSV1


120 feet license plate view using M7B77-WPSV1

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August 2nd, 2017 at 10:31 am

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#1 Best Seller in Amazon M7B57-WPS

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#1 Best Seller in Amazon M7B57-WPS

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June 14th, 2015 at 5:40 pm

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Still Image/Snapshot URL Provided for Models: M7B77/M7D77/M7B15/M7D12/M7B57/M7B37-W

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Still image/snapshot URL provided here for users who interested:

There are Large size / Middle size and Small size still image, only Middle size and Small size still image / snapshot switchable by cgi:

http://[camera_ip_address]:[http_port]/cgi-bin/hi3510/param.cgi?cmd=setmobilesnapattr&-msize=1 default to Middle size still image/snapshot
with camera credential:

http://[camera_ip_address]:[http_port]/cgi-bin/hi3510/param.cgi?cmd=setmobilesnapattr&-msize=2 default to Small size still image/snapshot
with camera credential:

Here are our most interested:
Large still image/snapshot URL is http://[camera_ip_address]:[http_port]/tmpfs/snap.jpg
with camera credential:

Small/middle still image/snapshot URL is:
with camera credential:

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February 24th, 2015 at 11:08 pm

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MSE (Microseven Streaming Engine) Installation Instruction for Microseven IP Camera – iOS App

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There are 4 steps to install MSE (Microseven Streaming Engine) for iOS:
1. Install a virtual hard disk on your Windows PC or Server, this example is for Windows 7 OS and Windows 8 OS;
2. Install VLC;
3. Install your HTTP server (Internet Information Server IIS) on your Windows PC or server.;
4. Configure HTTP server (Internet Information Server IIS) Server.

1. Install a virtual hard disk on your Windows PC or Server, this example is for Windows 7 OS and Windows 8 OS.

Download a software Dataram RAMDisk click to download.

Now you are installing it:

Double click setup file, then click on “Run”:


Select “I accept the license agreement” and click “Next”:


Enter your name and select “Next”:


Select “Destination Folder” and select “Next”:


Select “Next” to install:


While it is installing, please wait, it may take more than 2 minites or longer to get it installed, depending on your PC CPU speed…




RAMDisk has been succcessfully installed. Select “Finish”


Now move your mouse on “Start”, select “RAMDisk Configuration Utility”:


A pop-up windows up, select “Install”:


After it is installed, “Dataram RAMDisk Configuration Utility” is opened, I select “128MB” and “FAT32 Partition” and “Windows boot sector”, select “Start RAMDisk” to run initialization of a local disk”:


Local Disk “E:” is created, you must use this virtual disk to run our iOS MSE (Microseven Streaming Engine):




You would set up 128 MB or you can set it up for more than 128 MB if you have more cameras to host. Now you have your Local Disk (E:), you may have different letter for new local disk.

2. Install VLC

To download VLC from //www.videolan.org/vlc/download-windows.html.


Write VLC installed location on your drive on your paper: (Here it is at C:\Program Files\VideoLAN\VLC)




You will add VLC location as “m7live.path.vlc” value = “C:\\Program Files\\VideoLAN\\VLC\\vlc.exe” in Web.Config file.


3. Install your HTTP server (Internet Information Server IIS) on your Windows PC or server.

Go to Windows control panel and open it, select Programs and Features in All Control Panel Items:


Click on “Turn Windows features on or off”, and wait for Windows Features window pop-up:


Check on “Microsoft.NET Framework x.x.x”
Check on “Internet Information Services”, then click on “OK”.


Now IIS server is installed on your PC/Server. It is at C:\inetpub\


The website host is at C:\inetpub\wwwroot\.


Now we go to DOS prompt, to find this PC/server local IP address:


Now you go to Control Panel > All Control Panel Items > Administrative Tools, double click “Internet Information Serices (IIS) Manager” to open IIS Manager window.


We can see “Default Web Site” is running…


Go to your browser, enter URL //, if you can see this window, your IIS is set up.


4. Configure HTTP server (Internet Information Server IIS) Server.

Download website MSE (Microseven Streaming Engine to host iOS stream, click here.

Copy m7live_ios folder to wwwroot directory (C:\inetpub\wwwroot\):


Go to “Start”, use “Run as administrator” to open Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager:


Here is IIS server Manager:


We need .m3u8 and .ts in MIME Types, select MIME Types, then double click on it:


Now we see .m3u8 and .ts in the MIME Types list:



.ts is automatically created when MSE is running and works. We do not have to set .ts manually in the list.
If .m3u8 is not existed, we need to add it, select “Handler Mappings” and double click on it:


At right panel, select “Add Module Mapping…” and double click on it:


Pop-up window is up, you enter properties to fields, and click “OK”


Select “View Virtual Directories” at right side; there is “live” virtual directories; if you do not have “live”, add it on “Add Virtual Directory” pop-up window, enter “live” as Alias and virtual drive E:\. Drive E:\ is virtual hard disk where you just installed.




Edit web.config file in the MSE root directory:

M7live.path.work : vlc [where vlc installed]
M7live.path.file : ramdisk [where virtual hard disk, with “\” at the end]
M7live.path.output : ramdisk [where virtual hard disk, with “/” at the end]
M7live.path.vlc : vlc path
M7live.path.url : *** video files publish IP address or domain name address [for instance, 192.168.x.x or 73.23.123.x, or example.microseven.org]


Now, to test and finalize installation of MSE – iOS App; then you go to your MSE (Microseven Streaming Engine) manager, log into //www.microseven.com/tv, go to menubar, under “my account > live cams setting”; find “Camera Name” in the list, in the “Live cams setting page”. Then you click on “Setting…” on “Action” column to open properties page. You will add the IP address or domain name of your PC/Server where you host this camera stream to “M7Live for iOS server IP/Domain” field. The M7Live for iOS server IP/Domain address entered must be identical with MSE (Microseven Streaming Engine) website address you entered.




Use your iPad/iPhone to browser //www.microseven.com/tv, find your camera name, and click on the button “iPhone | iPad click here button”.


If you can see video streaming on your iOS device(s), you will copy embedded code to your website.



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June 19th, 2014 at 11:16 am

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Bandwidth usage calculation to host Microseven network camera your own

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Bandwidth usage calculation to host Microseven network camera your own. To host your IP camera on your own website, it is free. License is free of charge.

Your ISP service you the bandwidth 4 MB download speed, says 4 MB bandwidth you have from ISP, then 4X 1024 is equal to 4096 KB.
Microseven camera streaming if you set it up as 256 kbps, then it is 256 Kbps / 8 is equal to 32 kb.
Based on your local ISP service, bandwidth the maximum connection is equal to [4096/32] 128.
Total connection of users is 128 persons at same moment hit your video as great quality.

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August 29th, 2012 at 10:56 am

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