Do any Wyze cameras support IP live streaming to a website?
Webview is available with a cam plus subscription, it lets you view the cams from a browser.
I would like to have a camera support IP streaming to a website that can be accessed by the public without signing in or having a special program other than a browser.
NOTE: Webview currently does NOT support my Outdoor cameras.
You could check out some open source projects such as Wyze Docker Bridge or Wyze Hacks. I believe they allow RTSP and other related features which you could take advantage of.
WYZE currently doesn’t support RTSP or anything else
If you have a V3 (easy) or a V2 (not quite as easy) this would work:
Looks like Wyze is testing a new feature that would allow this:
But for now, the above-noted suggestions are good options until then.
That would be awesome!
If I recall correctly, doesn’t TinyCam Pro have a Live Stream component that will allow you to live stream your cam to a Website like YouTube?
I know it can be set up as a web server for remote guest access.
I have never used it so I’m really not sure what is involved.
Correct. To add the 4th common option, some people use custom RTSP firmware too (either from Wyze [ie: Wyze V2/V3 RTSP firmware] or Dafang). Now we have listed all 4 methods that cover 99% of the way most people do this with Wyze cams at the moment.
Any method of getting RTSP will allow livestreaming to youtube.
I think Wyze is probably working on doing it with WebRTC instead since that is what they have been focussing on lately. For example, a couple of years ago Wyze switched to have Google and Alexa Displays use WebRTC for all their live streaming to those devices now. I suspect they will keep it consistent that way. The benefit of Docker Wyze Bridge is that it allows you to choose a number of different protocols including WebRTC/RTSP/RTMP/HLS all without affecting the original firmware. It also seems to be slightly more stable than Tiny Cam, and I believe it supports more Wyze camera models than Tiny Cam does. But all 4 of the listed options work to do it right now. It will just be nice if this option is actually native in the cameras directly from Wyze in the future.
Here is a service that looks interesting. You would have to get a Wyze camera to do RTSP or find another camera that will.