Information technology - UPnP Device Architecture - Part 5-10: Digital Security Camera Device Control Protocol - Digital Security Camera Motion Image Service

ISO/IEC 29341-5-10:2008(E) enables delivery and control of live snapshot images from a digital security camera. The series of ISO/IEC 29341 publications defines an architecture for pervasive peer-to-peer network connectivity of intelligent appliances, wireless devices and PCs. It is designed to bring easy to use, flexible, standards-based connectivity to ad-hoc or unmanaged networks whether in the home, in a small business, public spaces or attached to the Internet.

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ISO/IEC 29341-5-10
Edition 1.0 2008-11
INTERNATIONAL
STANDARD
Information technology – UPnP Device Architecture –
Part 5-10: Digital Security Camera Device Control Protocol –
Digital Security Camera Motion Image Service
ISO/IEC 29341-5-10:2008(E)
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ISO/IEC 29341-5-10
Edition 1.0 2008-11
INTERNATIONAL
STANDARD
Information technology – UPnP Device Architecture –
Part 5-10: Digital Security Camera Device Control Protocol –
Digital Security Camera Motion Image Service
INTERNATIONAL
ELECTROTECHNICAL
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CONTENTS

FOREWORD ....................................................................................................................................4

ORIGINAL UPNP DOCUMENTS (informative) ................................................................................6

1. Overview and Scope ...............................................................................................................8

2. Service Modeling Definitions .................................................................................................9

2.1. ServiceType .......................................................................................................................9

2.2. State Variables...................................................................................................................9

2.2.1. AvailableEncodings.....................................................................................................9

2.2.2. DefaultEncoding..........................................................................................................9

2.2.3. AvailableCompressionLevels......................................................................................9

2.2.4. DefaultCompressionLevel.........................................................................................10

2.2.5. AvailableResolutions.................................................................................................10

2.2.6. DefaultResolutions....................................................................................................10

2.2.7. VideoURL..................................................................................................................10

2.2.8. VideoPresentationURL .............................................................................................10

2.2.9. MaxBandwidth...........................................................................................................10

2.2.10. TargetFrameRate..................................................................................................10

2.3. Eventing and Moderation .................................................................................................11

2.4. Actions..............................................................................................................................12

2.4.1. GetAvailableEncodings.............................................................................................12

2.4.2. SetDefaultEncoding ..................................................................................................12

2.4.3. GetDefaultEncoding..................................................................................................13

2.4.4. GetAvailableCompressionLevels..............................................................................13

2.4.5. SetDefaultCompressionLevel ...................................................................................13

2.4.6. GetDefaultCompressionLevel...................................................................................14

2.4.7. GetAvailableResolutions...........................................................................................14

2.4.8. SetDefaultResolution ................................................................................................14

2.4.9. GetDefaultResolution................................................................................................14

2.4.10. GetVideoURL ........................................................................................................15

2.4.11. GetDefaultVideoURL.............................................................................................15

2.4.12. GetVideoPresentationURL ....................................................................................16

2.4.13. GetDefaultVideoPresentationURL.........................................................................17

2.4.14. SetMaxBandwidth..................................................................................................17

2.4.15. GetMaxBandwidth .................................................................................................17

2.4.16. SetTargetFrameRate ............................................................................................17

2.4.17. GetTargetFrameRate ............................................................................................18

2.4.18. Non-Standard Actions Implemented by a UPnP Vendor.......................................18

2.4.19. Common Error Codes ...........................................................................................18

2.5. Theory of Operation .........................................................................................................19

3. XML Service Description ......................................................................................................20

4. Test .........................................................................................................................................25

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LIST OF TABLES

Table 1: State Variables ...................................................................................................................9

Table 2: Event Moderation..............................................................................................................11

Table 3: Actions..............................................................................................................................12

Table 4: Arguments for GetAvailableEncodings.............................................................................12

Table 5: Arguments for SetDefaultEncoding ..................................................................................12

Table 6: Arguments for GetDefaultEncoding..................................................................................13

Table 7: Arguments for GetAvailableCompressionLevels..............................................................13

Table 8: Arguments for SetDefaultCompressionLevel ...................................................................13

Table 9: Arguments for GetDefaultCompressionLevel...................................................................14

Table 10: Arguments for GetAvailableResolutions.........................................................................14

Table 11: Arguments for SetDefaultResolution ..............................................................................14

Table 12: Arguments for GetDefaultResolution..............................................................................15

Table 13: Arguments for GetVideoURL..........................................................................................15

Table 13: Arguments for GetDefaultVideoURL ..............................................................................16

Table 14: Arguments for GetVideoPresentationURL......................................................................16

Table 15: Arguments for GetDefaultVideoPresentationURL ..........................................................17

Table 16: Arguments for SetMaxBandwidth ...................................................................................17

Table 17: Arguments for GetMaxBandwidth...................................................................................17

Table 18: Arguments for SetTargetFrameRate ..............................................................................17

Table 19: Arguments for GetTargetFrameRate..............................................................................18

Table 20: Common Error Codes.....................................................................................................18

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INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY –
UPNP DEVICE ARCHITECTURE –
Part 5-10: Digital Security Camera Device Control Protocol –
Digital Security Camera Motion Image Service
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ISO/IEC 29341-5-10 was prepared by UPnP Implementers Corporation and adopted, under the PAS procedure, by

joint technical committee ISO/IEC JTC 1, Information technology, in parallel with its approval by national bodies of

ISO and IEC.

The list of all currently available parts of the ISO/IEC 29341 series, under the general title Universal plug and play

(UPnP) architecture, can be found on the IEC web site.

This International Standard has been approved by vote of the member bodies, and the voting results may be

obtained from the address given on the second title page.
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ORIGINAL UPNP DOCUMENTS
(informative)

Reference may be made in this document to original UPnP documents. These references are retained in order to

maintain consistency between the specifications as published by ISO/IEC and by UPnP Implementers Corporation.

The following table indicates the original UPnP document titles and the corresponding part of ISO/IEC 29341:

UPnP Document Title ISO/IEC 29341 Part
UPnP Device Architecture 1.0 ISO/IEC 29341-1
UPnP Basic:1 Device ISO/IEC 29341-2
UPnP AV Architecture:1 ISO/IEC 29341-3-1
UPnP MediaRenderer:1 Device ISO/IEC 29341-3-2
UPnP MediaServer:1 Device ISO/IEC 29341-3-3
UPnP AVTransport:1 Service ISO/IEC 29341-3-10
UPnP ConnectionManager:1 Service ISO/IEC 29341-3-11
UPnP ContentDirectory:1 Service ISO/IEC 29341-3-12
UPnP RenderingControl:1 Service ISO/IEC 29341-3-13
UPnP MediaRenderer:2 Device ISO/IEC 29341-4-2
UPnP MediaServer:2 Device ISO/IEC 29341-4-3
UPnP AV Datastructure Template:1 ISO/IEC 29341-4-4
UPnP AVTransport:2 Service ISO/IEC 29341-4-10
UPnP ConnectionManager:2 Service ISO/IEC 29341-4-11
UPnP ContentDirectory:2 Service ISO/IEC 29341-4-12
UPnP RenderingControl:2 Service ISO/IEC 29341-4-13
UPnP ScheduledRecording:1 ISO/IEC 29341-4-14
UPnP DigitalSecurityCamera:1 Device ISO/IEC 29341-5-1
UPnP DigitalSecurityCameraMotionImage:1 Service ISO/IEC 29341-5-10
UPnP DigitalSecurityCameraSettings:1 Service ISO/IEC 29341-5-11
UPnP DigitalSecurityCameraStillImage:1 Service ISO/IEC 29341-5-12
UPnP HVAC_System:1 Device ISO/IEC 29341-6-1
UPnP HVAC_ZoneThermostat:1 Device ISO/IEC 29341-6-2
UPnP ControlValve:1 Service ISO/IEC 29341-6-10
UPnP HVAC_FanOperatingMode:1 Service ISO/IEC 29341-6-11
UPnP FanSpeed:1 Service ISO/IEC 29341-6-12
UPnP HouseStatus:1 Service ISO/IEC 29341-6-13
UPnP HVAC_SetpointSchedule:1 Service ISO/IEC 29341-6-14
UPnP TemperatureSensor:1 Service ISO/IEC 29341-6-15
UPnP TemperatureSetpoint:1 Service ISO/IEC 29341-6-16
UPnP HVAC_UserOperatingMode:1 Service ISO/IEC 29341-6-17
UPnP BinaryLight:1 Device ISO/IEC 29341-7-1
UPnP DimmableLight:1 Device ISO/IEC 29341-7-2
UPnP Dimming:1 Service ISO/IEC 29341-7-10
UPnP SwitchPower:1 Service ISO/IEC 29341-7-11
UPnP InternetGatewayDevice:1 Device ISO/IEC 29341-8-1
UPnP LANDevice:1 Device ISO/IEC 29341-8-2
UPnP WANDevice:1 Device ISO/IEC 29341-8-3
UPnP WANConnectionDevice:1 Device ISO/IEC 29341-8-4
UPnP WLANAccessPointDevice:1 Device ISO/IEC 29341-8-5
UPnP LANHostConfigManagement:1 Service ISO/IEC 29341-8-10
UPnP Layer3Forwarding:1 Service ISO/IEC 29341-8-11
UPnP LinkAuthentication:1 Service ISO/IEC 29341-8-12
UPnP RadiusClient:1 Service ISO/IEC 29341-8-13
UPnP WANCableLinkConfig:1 Service ISO/IEC 29341-8-14
UPnP WANCommonInterfaceConfig:1 Service ISO/IEC 29341-8-15
UPnP WANDSLLinkConfig:1 Service ISO/IEC 29341-8-16
UPnP WANEthernetLinkConfig:1 Service ISO/IEC 29341-8-17
UPnP WANIPConnection:1 Service ISO/IEC 29341-8-18
UPnP WANPOTSLinkConfig:1 Service ISO/IEC 29341-8-19
UPnP WANPPPConnection:1 Service ISO/IEC 29341-8-20
UPnP WLANConfiguration:1 Service ISO/IEC 29341-8-21
UPnP Printer:1 Device ISO/IEC 29341-9-1
UPnP Scanner:1.0 Device ISO/IEC 29341-9-2
UPnP ExternalActivity:1 Service ISO/IEC 29341-9-10
UPnP Feeder:1.0 Service ISO/IEC 29341-9-11
UPnP PrintBasic:1 Service ISO/IEC 29341-9-12
UPnP Scan:1 Service ISO/IEC 29341-9-13
UPnP QoS Architecture:1.0 ISO/IEC 29341-10-1
UPnP QosDevice:1 Service ISO/IEC 29341-10-10
UPnP QosManager:1 Service ISO/IEC 29341-10-11
UPnP QosPolicyHolder:1 Service ISO/IEC 29341-10-12
UPnP QoS Architecture:2 ISO/IEC 29341-11-1
UPnP QOS v2 Schema Files ISO/IEC 29341-11-2
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UPnP Document Title ISO/IEC 29341 Part
UPnP QosDevice:2 Service ISO/IEC 29341-11-10
UPnP QosManager:2 Service ISO/IEC 29341-11-11
UPnP QosPolicyHolder:2 Service ISO/IEC 29341-11-12
UPnP RemoteUIClientDevice:1 Device ISO/IEC 29341-12-1
UPnP RemoteUIServerDevice:1 Device ISO/IEC 29341-12-2
UPnP RemoteUIClient:1 Service ISO/IEC 29341-12-10
UPnP RemoteUIServer:1 Service ISO/IEC 29341-12-11
UPnP DeviceSecurity:1 Service ISO/IEC 29341-13-10
UPnP SecurityConsole:1 Service ISO/IEC 29341-13-11
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1. Overview and Scope

This service definition is compliant with the UPnP Device Architecture version 1.0.

The service enables delivery and control of live snapshot images from a digital security camera.

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2. Service Modeling Definitions
2.1. ServiceType

A service that is compliant with this template is identified with the following service type: urn:schemas-upnp-

org:service: DigitalSecurityCameraMotionImage:1.
2.2. State Variables
Table 1: State Variables
Variable Name Req. Data Allowed Default Eng.
or Type Value Value Units
Opt.
AvailableEncodings R string
DefaultEncoding R string
AvailableCompressionLevels R string
DefaultCompressionLevel R string
AvailableResolutions R string
DefaultResolutions R string
VideoURL R string
VideoPresentationURL R string
MaxBandwidth R ui4 0.. (Maximum)
TargetFrameRate R ui4 0.. (Maximum)
Non-standard state variables implemented by X TBD TBD TBD TBD
an UPnP vendor go here.
R = Required, O = Optional, X = Non-standard.
2.2.1. AvailableEncodings

The value of this string should be a list of all by the vendor specific service supported MIME-type still image

types. The types in the list should be separated by a “,”.
Example: image/jpeg, image/gif, image/bmp
This is a read only property.
2.2.2. DefaultEncoding

The value of this string must be a MIME-type still image type. Any MIME still image type listed in

AvailableEncodings may be used as an allowed value.
2.2.3. AvailableCompressionLevels

Compression level describes how much an image should be compressed. Since a wide variety of compression

methods and algorithms are available compression levels become subjective values that are hard to quantify. The

value of this string should be a list of all supported compression levels separated by a “,”. The list order should

be the lowest compression level first.
Example1: 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
Example2: Lowest, Highest
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This is a read only property.
2.2.4. DefaultCompressionLevel

The value of this string must be one of the supported compression levels specified in

AvailableCompressionLevels.
AvailableEncodings may be used as an allowed value.
2.2.5. AvailableResolutions

Resolution is the actual number of horizontal and vertical pixels an image contains. It does not tell anything of

the image quality apart from the size in pixels. There must be at least one resolution available. Presented in

ascending order based on first the value of X multiplied by Y and as second order the value of X. Always

formatted as "XxY". Where X is the horizontal number of pixels and Y the vertical number of pixels.

Example: 320x240, 640x480
This is a read only property.
Resolution is always based on Rotation = 0.
(See: Security Camera Settings Service for more information)
2.2.6. DefaultResolutions

The value of this string must be one of the supported resolutions specified in AvailableResolutions.

2.2.7. VideoURL
The VideoURL is the URL for the video stream itself.
This is a read only property.
2.2.8. VideoPresentationURL

This is the URL for an html presentation page of the current video stream. The typical implementation would be

an html page that includes the VideoURL. This field must exist but may contain the empty string.

2.2.9. MaxBandwidth

This is the maximum bandwidth allowed for this service to use for each video connection. Unit used is Kbit/s. If

set to 0 this service would be disabled. MaxBandwidth has priority over TargetFrameRate frame rate.

2.2.10.TargetFrameRate

Frame rate in frames/minute. Target frame rate should never be exceeded by the device. If an attempt to set

outside scope of device the nearest supported legal value will be set.
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2.3. Eventing and Moderation
Table 2: Event Moderation
Variable Evented Moderated Max Event Rate Logical Min Delta per
1 2
Name Event Combination Event
AvailableEncod
No No N/A N/A
ings
DefaultEncodin
Yes No N/A N/A
AvailableComp
No No N/A N/A
ressionLevels
DefaultCompre
Yes No N/A N/A
ssion Level
AvailableResol No No N/A N/A
utions
DefaultResoluti Yes No N/A N/A
VideoURL No No N/A N/A
VideoPresentati No No N/A N/A
onURL
MaxBandwidth Yes Yes 1
N/A
TargetFrameRa Yes Yes 1 N/A
Non-standard TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD
state variables
implemented by
an UPnP
vendor go here.
Determined by N, where Rate = (Event)/(N secs).
(N) * (allowedValueRange Step).
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2.4. Actions

Immediately following this table is detailed information about these actions, including short descriptions of the

actions, the effects of the actions on state variables, and error codes defined by the actions.

Table 3: Actions
Name Req. or Opt.
GetAvailableEncodings R
SetDefaultEncoding R
GetDefaultEncoding R
GetAvailableCompressionLevels R
SetDefaultCompressionLevel R
GetDefaultCompressionLevel R
GetAvailableResolutions R
SetDefaultResolution R
GetDefaultResolution R
GetVideoURL R
GetDefaultVideoURL R
GetVideoPresentationURL R
GetDefaultVideoPresentationURL R
SetMaxBandwidth R
GetMaxBandwidth R
SetTargetFrameRate R
GetTargetFrameRate R
Non-standard actions implemented by an UPnP vendor go here. X
R = Required, O = Optional, X = Non-standard.
2.4.1. GetAvailableEncodings
Get the list of supported MIME-type still image types.
2.4.1.1. Arguments
Table 4: Arguments for GetAvailableEncodings
Argument Direction relatedStateVariable
RetAvailableEncodings OUT AvailableEncodings
2.4.2. SetDefaultEncoding
Set the DefaultEncoding.
2.4.2.1. Arguments
Table 5: Arguments for SetDefaultEncoding
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Argument Direction relatedStateVariable
ReqEncoding IN DefaultEncoding
2.4.2.2. Effect on State
Changes the value of DefaultEncoding to ReqEncoding.
2.4.2.3. Errors
errorCode errorDescription Description

700 ReqEncoding not ReqEncoding is not one of the supported encodings specified in

supported AvailableEncodings.
2.4.3. GetDefaultEncoding
Get the DefaultEncoding.
2.4.3.1. Arguments
Table 6: Arguments for GetDefaultEncoding
Argument Direction relatedStateVariable
RetEncoding OUT DefaultEncoding
2.4.4. GetAvailableCompressionLevels
Get the list of supported compression levels.
2.4.4.1. Arguments
Table 7: Arguments for GetAvailableCompressionLevels
Argument Direction relatedStateVariable
RetAvailableCompressionLevels OUT AvailableCompressionLe
vels
2.4.5. SetDefaultCompressionLevel
Set the DefaultCompressionLevel.
2.4.5.1. Arguments
Table 8: Arguments for SetDefaultCompressionLevel
Argument Direction relatedStateVariable
ReqCompressionLevel IN DefaultCompressionLeve
2.4.5.2. Effect on State
Changes the value of DefaultCompressionLevel to ReqCompressionLevel.
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2.4.5.3. Errors
errorCode errorDescription Description
701 ReqCompressionLe ReqCompressionLevel is not one of the supported compression
vel not supported levels specified in AvailableCompressionLevels.
2.4.6. GetDefaultCompressionLevel
Get the DefaultCompressionLevel.
2.4.6.1. Arguments
Table 9: Arguments for GetDefaultCompressionLevel
Argument Direction relatedStateVariable
RetCompressionLevel OUT DefaultCompressionLeve
2.4.7. GetAvailableResolutions
Get the list of supported resolutions.
2.4.7.1. Arguments
Table 10: Arguments for GetAvailableResolutions
Argument Direction relatedStateVariable
RetAvailableResolutions OUT AvailableResolutions
2.4.8. SetDefaultResolution
Set the DefaultResolution.
2.4.8.1. Arguments
Table 11: Arguments for SetDefaultResolution
Argument Direction relatedStateVariable
ReqResolution IN DefaultResolution
2.4.8.2. Effect on State
Changes th
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