The simple (and more common) change, if you want to use a single external IP with multiple ports, would be to map each of the incoming ports to your local IP at port 554... Also, the video streaming is handled by ST and would need to get back in to the network for the camera stream to be accessible. Port forward is not recommended for security reasons and VPN is the best way to access your video stream securely from outside of your local network.I'm having a problem getting the MJPEG stream to work. If I use this and login: DDNShostname:18000/cgi-bin/mjpg/video.cgi? Thanks - Eric Yep, If I use local IP it works fine, just not using the DDNS address.You can also refresh the image using the on-screen option.

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Turning Video Streaming ON Get the error on the screen: "Camera cannot be found.

We are trying to connect." All other commands work fine, it is only video that is not working.

I have never had this issue happen to me so I am unable to offer advice on what this means or how to fix it.

Just to be crystal clear, I've never coded in groovy before..said, in order to use multiple cameras from external IP addresses with RTSP, isn't a small change all that's required?

Then I clicked save on the local right side and close at the bottom right, but it is still purple in the DH list. Joining this party late, but let me start by saying thanks for sharing your creation with the community. When it fires from the SHM, the "Recently" tab under my camera device shows the event, but nothing seems to happen. Is it just that SHM only works with the officially supported camera types (Samsung Smart Cam & Netgear Arlo), or should this work and I've done something wrong?

I clicked on 'device properties' and 'update' and now the DH is blue. Couple of questions: 1) Could not get this to work right with the record modes. A side effect of this was that if you had the camera in Auto (from the Amcrest Web View setup), and then you toggle motion sensing from the ST app, it would turn the record mode back Off. 1) Could not get this to work right with the record modes. A side effect of this was that if you had the camera in Auto (from the Amcrest Web View setup), and then you toggle motion sensing from the ST app, it would turn the record mode back Off.

Finally the [0] key will swap between different resolutions allowing you to select the best resolution to suit your mobile device.

You can also select from the first 4 camera presets using the [1], [3], [7] and [9] keys.

Again, I'm not a programmer and know enough to be dangerous (aka VB and a little java), but would this fix the issue?

Line 85 add: input("cam RTSP", "string", title:"RTSP Port", description: "Enter the RTSP Port Number (usually 554)", required: true, display During Setup: true) Change line 527 to: use Port = cam RTSP I only have one camera, so no use for me yet, but I'm hoping to grab a few more from Home Depot on clearance this week. Also, it is not clear to me that this would even work within ST as the IP and port are used as the device ID.

Tiptoed into the code and did the following: private String set Flip Mirror Motion Rotate Nv() { // Return the string of commands needed to set the Flip/Mirror/Motion/Night Vision/Rotate camera states.... Tiptoed into the code and did the following: So I had the record state defaulting to "Off" and you changed it to default as "Auto"... I only had that code in place until I get around to making this an app, not a DTH.