I hope Im in the right spot for my first post.
Im running windows with bluestacks and within running tinycam pro web sever. It is assigning a 10.0.2.1 address which is not what my windows pc is on of course.
Is there any way to change the IP web server in bluestacks, or any way within windows network device settings to make it work.
Another alternative is to use something purpose-built for displaying, recording, and transcoding network cameras. For example, both @James and I use Blue Iris which is a great solution for Windows and can translate streams to MJPEG.
Probably I great purchase of software but I am being cheap right now. I was able to open multiple vlc instances on my windows pc and open the links i created to see the cams. Am I correct in just doing the same for each cam and just up the port number I guess? 8081, 8081, etc…
Just wish there was a way to get bluestacks tinycam on my local net instead of using some other network ip. I like that tinycam just uses the one program with user and pass and pulls in all the wyze cams regardless of rtsp.