*** The Pro version provides some extra features (e.g. ‘Picture In Picture’) and without ads ***
ONVIF Support https://youtu.be/QsKXdkAywfI
Picture In Picture https://youtu.be/ejLWQSZ5b_k
“IP Camera” can turn your device into a wireless IP Camera via build-in RTSP and HTTP Server for security monitoring WITH Bi-directional audio support, you can use your browser to view, of course, include “IP Camera”. It support auto video recording which based on Motion Detection and the video record can be uploaded to OneDrive or FTP server automatically and notify you via Email!
“IP Camera” can push the video and audio to RTMP live media server (e.g. Push to YouTube, Facebook), and use for network broadcast. It also supports the rtmps security protocol. You can turn it on from IP Camera Server.
IP Camera Server supports Picture In Picture on Android 8.0 and above which means you can put IP Camera Server run on background.(Pro ONLY)
It supports UPnP port forwarding. If you can access your gateway via WAN, and the UPnP on your gateway is opened, you can also use WAN Url from WAN to visit IP Camera Server. It also supports user name and password authentication, default username and password are admin, you can modify from the Settings App.
“IP Camera” is also a ONVIF and MJPEG viewer WITH video recording support! It also supports RTSP and RTMP protocols to playback! We optimize MJPEG decoding and now it’s 1x faster than before when decoding 1080p MJPEG stream!
Finally, you can add another device’s IP Camera Server quickly with build-in QR Code!
Using HEVC for video recording requires Android 7.0 or above, and the device must supports HEVC codec.
IP Camera Bridge – A MJPEG video streaming and virtual microphone driver for Windows which can make your Windows applications using IP Camera as WebCam with audio input.
More Info https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vOQSl7-h5-c
* Optimize camera switching performance
* RTMP Push supports auto reconnect
* Supports viewing HTTP H.264 Raw stream from Raspberry Pi
* Fix camera closing unexpectedly during motion detection