But when I follow these instructions, I only get corrupt streams. The image of one sensor (which is rotated by 180 degrees) is flipping at high speed, the privacy mask on the other sensor is constantly switching on an off. As as result, the image of both sensors is completely useless.
Is this behaviour result of a firmware bug or would I have to disable any processing in the camera and leave all to Surveillance Station?
Well, that’s what I did - the camera is currently setup via ONVIF - but not in RAW mode as described in the other posts. Doing so works fine but I get both sensor images side-by-side. Switching to RAW mode to get two separate “cameras” provides stream1 for the right sensor and stream2 for the left one (just as described) - but the image has the described problems. The originally rotated image from one sensor is flipping so fast you don’t see anything. And the privacy mask on the other sensor switches on and off.
I already created two cameras for the streams in Surveillance Station. It’s not that it does not work at all - it’s the quality of the resulting streams. The rotated image from left sensor (4K Day/Night DN100) is flipping from 0 degree to 180 degree at high speed and the privacy mask of the right sensor (4K Day/Night DN040) is turning on and off every few seconds.
I think it is either a bug in the firmware or things like privacy mask and image rotation need to be disabled in raw mode - rendering many of the cameras advantages useless…
First of all, I guess the posted link was intended to have a different receiver, right? Yet interesting, I see no relation to the stream config…
I just updated to firmware MX-V184.108.40.206 and switched to raw mode again. The rotated left sensor does no longer flip but has similar problems like the right sensor. This one still shows the privacy area turning on and off automatically. When I reduce the resolution to 640 x something, I see less artifacts but they still exist. So, I guess the firmware update improved the situation but it is still not really working.