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    Default Android app for viewing DVR and Ip Cameras

    I have a nvidia shield and would like to view both my dvr ( cheap zosi H-264 with 8 cameras) and individual Ip cameras.
    All works fine on Windows CMS software.
    Most apps suit phone but not android tv boxes

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    I'd have to confirm the name but I think the app I have on my TV box is called "IP CamView" or maybe "IP Cam Viewer", one or the other.

    It's free but has ads which are slightly annoying, but it works well, although I've only tried 2 camera feeds with it simultaneously. It was in the Play Store (it was about the tenth app I installed, tried and uninstalled when looking for something that worked).

    I will shortly be setting up my new Synology Surveillance Station (NVR) which has a proprietary Android app that I believe / hope will work on my TV box & smart TVs... looks promising anyway (although it would want to for the money it cost).

    Andrew

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    Quote Originally Posted by fandtm666 View Post
    try onvifer
    Yea that works great with the Ip cameras it searches the network finds the ip cameras and setup is easy.
    It doesnt find my DVR box and I havent been able to set it up manually

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