Floodlight Pro Blue Iris?

I may have rushed in my purchase for a flood cam and made a mistake. I have two v3 running to Wyse docker bridge and into Blue Irs and all works good. I just installed a floodlight pro and can only get thumbnails to show up in the dicker bridge.

Has any one had success getting this camera loaded into blue iris or did I make a mistake and should have ordered floodlight v2 instead of the pro?

The FLv2 does work in Docker Wye Bridge because it uses regular TUTK protocol, but the FLPro apparently does not. There are people working on that, and think they may have found a way to get it to work, but for now it doesn’t.

I believe that for now, some people get FLPro into an RTSP conversion through Tiny Cam pro in server mode. You could run this on an android emulator on your computer/server and get an RTSP URL for the FLPro on that, then give Blue Iris that link to get the FLPro in there like you want.

I think Docker Wyze bridge might eventually figure it out, but for now it’s not working through that docker. Same with the BCPro, VDBPro, and OG cams. Almost everything else does work with DWBridge though.

I did some reading and others had recommenced using Tinycam Pro server to get the feed into blue iris . I have set Tinycam up on my Nvidia Shield have it linked to my Wyze account and my 2 V3 and the FLP show up . I can get the steam to play on my PC that has BI installed using a weblink and with VLC. I can figure out how to add the feed into BI.

Can anyone help me with what to enter in BI to add the stream from Tinycam as a camera?


It’s been a while since I did it.

You need to toggle on the "Web server"setting in the menu.

From there, you need to find the RTSP URL link for each camera. You might get that by clicking on the camera and then web link. Or you might get it by opening a browser, go to the Web server address that shows up under that web server toggle. Then you should be able to get the individual RTSP URL link for each camera. Copy that link into blueiris.

Sorry, I’m mostly giving steps by memory ATM, so apologies if you have to do a little exploring.

I used Chat GPT to give me instructions and got it working

Setting up a Wyze Floodlight Pro with TinyCam Pro and integrating it with Blue Iris involves a few steps. Here’s a detailed guide:

1. Setting up Wyze Floodlight Pro with TinyCam Pro

A. Install TinyCam Pro:

  1. Install TinyCam Pro: Purchase and install TinyCam Pro from the Google Play Store on your Android device.

  2. Launch TinyCam Pro: Open the TinyCam Pro app.

B. Add Wyze Floodlight Pro Camera:

  1. Add Camera:

    • Tap on the ‘+’ icon to add a new camera.
    • Select ‘Wyze Labs’ as the camera manufacturer.
  2. Configure Wyze Account:

    • Enter your Wyze account credentials (email and password) to authorize TinyCam Pro to access your Wyze cameras.
  3. Select Wyze Floodlight Pro:

    • Choose ‘Floodlight Pro’ from the list of Wyze camera models.
  4. Configure Camera Settings:

    • Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the setup, including naming the camera and configuring video settings as per your preferences.
  5. Verify Camera Feed:

    • Once configured, verify that you can see the Wyze Floodlight Pro camera feed within TinyCam Pro.

2. Integrating with Blue Iris

A. Setup Blue Iris on PC:

  1. Install Blue Iris: Download and install Blue Iris on your PC. You can find it at Blue Iris Software.

  2. Launch Blue Iris: Open Blue Iris after installation.

B. Add Camera from TinyCam Pro:

  1. Configure Blue Iris:

    • In Blue Iris, go to the ‘Add’ menu (the ‘+’ icon) and select ‘IP camera’.
  2. Configure IP Camera Settings:

    • In the IP Camera setup window, configure the camera settings:
      • Camera Type: Select ‘HTTP/Webcam’.
      • Make: Choose ‘Generic/ONVIF’.
      • Model: Select ‘ONVIF Source’.
      • Media: Choose ‘MJPEG’ or ‘JPEG’ based on your preference and compatibility with TinyCam Pro.
  3. Enter TinyCam Pro Server Information:

    • In the ‘IP Address/Host Name’ field, enter the IP address of your Android device running TinyCam Pro.
    • Port: Use the port number provided by TinyCam Pro (usually 8083 by default).
  4. Authentication:

    • If required, enter the username and password used to access TinyCam Pro.
  5. Test Connection:

    • Click on ‘Find/Inspect’ to test the connection and ensure Blue Iris can communicate with TinyCam Pro.
  6. Finish Setup:

    • Once connected, click ‘OK’ to add the camera to Blue Iris.
  7. View Camera Feed:

    • You should now see the Wyze Floodlight Pro camera feed within Blue Iris.

Additional Tips:

  • Network Setup: Ensure both your Android device running TinyCam Pro and your PC running Blue Iris are on the same local network.
  • Port Forwarding: If you intend to access Blue Iris remotely, you may need to set up port forwarding on your router for Blue Iris.
  • Camera Settings: Adjust camera settings in both TinyCam Pro and Blue Iris for optimal performance and video quality.

By following these steps, you should be able to successfully set up your Wyze Floodlight Pro camera with TinyCam Pro and integrate it with Blue Iris on your PC.

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Thanks for the followup! I’m glad you got it working and shared the details for future reference.