Threading multiple camera streams into a single cohesive feed (Panoramic live stream)

Have you tried grouping your cams? If you create a Device Group for your cams, you can live stream up to 4 cams at a time with your phone/tablet in landscape mode. If you added more than 4 cams to a group, swipe to the left to view additional cam streams. Or you can create an additional group.

In portrait mode, the live stream for grouped cams is presented vertically and the number of live streams displayed is dependent on your device’s size/screen resolution setting. In portrait mode, scroll up to view additional cams in your group.

Tap one of the cam’s live streams in group display to view a full-screen live stream from that cam. In landscape mode, tap the screen again to display stream info and control icons.

To create a group: Wyze app Home > “+” in the upper left hand corner > Add Device Group > Camera Group > Enter a group name > Select cameras for your group > “Done” in upper right corner. You can then click on the camera group icon on your Wyze app Home to view.

You can rearrange the order of the cams displayed in your group view via: Wyze app Home > Click your group > Settings (the gear icon in the upper right) > click the green x number of cameras in Group > rearrange the camera order by dragging with the handles on the right (2 horizontal lines) > Save in upper left.

Note that the number of cam live streams you are able to simultaneously display without lag, freezes and other abnormal behaviors is in direct proportion to your viewing device’s connection speed and ability to process and keep up with video streams. For example, if you’re trying to view a group of cam streams on an antiquated cell phone using a slow 4G cellular connection (vs high-speed WiFi), you may only be able to simultaneously view 1-2 HD quality video streams.

You can find more info about groups and other info on the Wyze app support pages here:

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