ONVIF Compliant

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#21

I would also need to have the RYSP abilty…just got two of the V2 came and can’t see them with my Blue Iris that I use for Foscam and Amcrest cameras :frowning:

 


#22

+1 for ONVIF as well!


#23

+1 for ONVIF


#24

Another Blue Iris user wanting to integrate some wyzecams for my indoor cameras… currently doing it on open IP and it is flaky.


#25

+1 for ONVIF compliance


#26

+1 for ONVIF compatible (Not necessarily licensed), or RTSP

Some way to view these camera’s other than a phone app would really make them appealing to a larger base of customers


#27
  • for Blue Iris

 

Just think how many cameras you would sell!!

 

Thanks in advance for making that happen


#28

I just bought this camera from an Amazon seller who said it was ONVIF compliant. Imagine my surprise and disappointment to discover it isn’t, making it basically a paperweight.

I have to say in this day and age, I’m absolutely gobsmacked that a company is making a non-ONVIF, non-RSTP wireless camera. It’s a mind-boggling design decision—about on par with a printer that can’t use USB or a digital camera that can’t use memory cards. Seriously, guys? Are you for real?

I am returning the camera. Shame, because it seemed well-designed.