Octoprint does not see vlc stream from rpi camera

Camera model
rpi camera v1.3 (that is the silkscreen on board but I believe camera module is v2)
What is the problem?
Although I can stream using raspivid piped to vlc video from camera to http://<rpi_address>:port and retrieve the stream through vlc in another computer attached to the same local network, plugging this address to octoprint (which is running at the same rpi as standalone server (not octopi), does seem to produce any results on octoprint web interface
What did you already try to solve it?
the command I am running on pi is
raspivid -o --t -0 -w 1920 -h 1080 -fps 30 -b 1000000 | cvlc -vvv stream:///dev/stdin --sout '#standard{access=http,mux=ts,dst=<rpi_address>:<port_name>}' :demux=h264

where <rpi_address> is local ip address and port is port number.

I also tried to reduce resolution and fps, or even not define them at all applying that way the default ones which I think are minimal. Also I tried to omit bitrate (-b option)

network is not problem here, I have test it that one machine has access to the other on specific port
tried to put a name on a stream like http://<rpi_address>:<port_name>/x and plug this to both ends (rpi command and octoprint) without sucess

Logs (/var/log/webcamd.log, syslog, dmesg, ... no logs, no support)
octoprint-systeminfo-20220524224917.zip (12.9 KB)
Additional information about your setup (OctoPrint version, OctoPi version, ...)
Octoprint version is 8.1, I am running it on raspbian

OctoPrint supports mjpg streams that can be embedded in an <img>, or HLS streams. There's experimental support for WebRTC but at the moment it's only through aiortc. What kind of format stream do you end up with? I am not really following where the stream is going here.

Thank you Charlie_Powell for your answer.

So according to your feedback I understand two things:
First I need to find if the stream I produce is an mjpg stream and if yes
if can be embedded in <img>

currently I have no idea. I will search though
Also if not natively supported from octoprint any plugin that'll make the trick is highly acceptable.
A temporal workaround for me could be also a modified octopring webpage (either manually or through plugin) that automatically opens up vlc feeded with the URL at question

Why not follow the usual method of using mjpg-streamer or ustreamer? That's what's mentioned in the official guides, to setup the webcam stream.

I am all in for that, no argue. Can you point me to link/download page or whatever?
Thank you very much