Yes, you need to upload it to sqlCVS. You can do this anonymously, and I will approve it after checking that it looks ok.
Everything you need related to sqlCVS is found in the web-admin, under Advanced -> sqlCVS.
First you should do a sqlCVS update, check all under DCE, and click next. This will pop up a new window (watch out for popup blockers...) and will take a while to complete.
When this completes, open your IPCAM02 template and make sure everything is ok (no device data is missing or added by mistake by the update). I don't think it should, but better safe than sorry. Also note that your template might have gotten a new template number, you need this later.
Next, do a sqlCVS diff. Check all under DCE and click next.
This is where it gets interesting...
This will, after a short while, display all changes in your installation compared to the standard one.
You will probably have several changes that are unrelated to the device template, and selecting those will in the worst case break existing templates (like the changes you did to the original Advanced IP Camera template).
What you see is a list of items, with NEW/MOD/DEL in front of them. In your case you created a new template, so only NEW items should be selected, deselect all others.
Now, look more closely at the selected items... You should see a column with PK_ or FK_DeviceTemplate for each item. In this column there should be the same number as your device template. If you have any other numbers, it may be other device templates you created but did not upload. So deselect everything not containing the IPCAM02 device template ID.
Create a new ticket in trac, and use the ticket ID as a reference in the text input at the bottom of the web-admin screen, along with perhaps a short description. Click "Commit". This will also take a short while. When that is done, let me know and I will take it from there.