Nokia support just told me that real player in the n95 does not support a streaming file ending with .3gp. It works for MMS's but not streaming via rtsp. The background is as follows:
There was a previous post on this forum for getting an axis 207w camera to work with a nokia n95. I've simplified the information as I'm just trying to get it working from the local network rather than via the internet. This means I'm using the n95's wifi capabilities.
Here are the steps you need to do to make your AXISCAM 207 accessible for a NOKIA N95:
1.) under VIDEO&IMAGE, set the resolution to max. 176x144 and the frame rate to max. 5 fps (rest leave default)
2.) go to ADVANCED and then MPEG4
3.) set the maximum bit rate to 64 kbits and the GOV Length to 8 (leave rest as default)
4.) under AUDIO use AAC encoding, sample rate 8, 32kbits
5.) your stream is now accessible via your nokia N95 media player when you enter the following url:
This works flawlessly with quicktime running on a computer on the same network but it does not work for the n95. I called nokia and they said for the streaming, you have to use an mp4 extension and not 3gp. Does anybody know anything more about this and how to get this to work?