Ip Camera Viewer Roku

CameraI'm proud to announce the release of IP Camera Viewer (two versions, Basic and Pro). Get them in the channel store while they are still warm:

Note: The steps below assume you already have your IP camera installed and connected to a router with Internet access. HTTP:// represents the IP address of the camera being accessed. Find your camera’s IP address. If you don’t know its IP address, click here. Open a web browser and type the IP address. I tried one Roku app called IP Camera Viewer but, even after what I thought was proper configuration, it just spun around and around and didn't do anything. Port 554, username and password were correct, '/live' in the URL field, and IP address was proper (just numbers and periods). No video preview or RTSP stream though. Now go to 'IP Camera Viewer Pro' on Roku, and in settings, in the field PiIP enter: To configure your cameras, in your browser go to. How to Setup IP Cameras on Roku TV: I am pretty excited for this Video. I have had three (soon to be four) Foscam IP cameras set up with a Synology Surveilla.


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Both versions fully support motion-jpeg stream, PTZ for selected cameras and basic authentication. The Pro version also provides a Screensaver which will show on the screen (bouncing from side to side - aka DVD logo) the stream from one camera and Split Screen View (multiple streams in the same time).
Also, for who is interested, in my tests I was able to connect to IP Cameras with ONVIF and decode RTSP stream. You will see those features in a future update of the applications.

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ONVIF will allow the application to find and configure automatically all the cameras on your network.