Can the Roku 2 XS Media Streamer Player connect to a local IP address to view security cameras on TV.
paulpa66 wrote:What video format do the security cameras use for video (and/or) image data? Roku's are rather limited in format support. They use use h.264 in an mp4 container for pre-recorded video streaming, and HLS or Microsoft Smooth Streaming for live video. There is also a channel in the channel store, Webcam One, that can recieve still images from various webcams. I've used this successfully with a D-Link DCS-930L. If you're not sure about the format, post the make and model numbers and we can see if we can find it online.more a case of streaming the security cameras that are al IP cameras set to local IP addresses
paulpa66 wrote:Roku's don't do DLNA. Try the webcam one channel: http://webcam.yungblood.com/wco-info.php . You'll have to find the url the camera sends the jpeg images to. On my DLink it's just http://Cameras-Local-IP/image.jpg .MJPEG i believe.
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Or is there any other medium that could allow the TV access to my internal network and load an ip via wireless.
Would a DNLA router with the Roku do this?