Streamie provides a best-in-class user experience on your iPhone, iPad, Apple TV and Apple Silicon Mac, with an intuitive user interface that makes it simple to discover, stream, record and monitor your HomeKit, Ubiquiti UniFi Protect and ONVIF-compatible IP cameras, with advanced audio and video codec support, the ability to synchronize your settings across all of your devices, Smart Home integration that ties your home automation system to your cameras, and in-app integrated technical support options for getting assistance when you need it. Download Streamie today. It is free to use with one camera!
Streamie works with H.264 (AVC) and H.265 (HEVC) video codecs and AAC, PCM (ulaw, alaw), MP3* and AC3* audio.
Streamie can record your cameras 24/7 to a local NAS, Mac or PC.
Streamie supports ONVIF and Ubiquiti UniFi Protect motion detection with many cameras, audibly alerting you to detected motion.
Streamie supports SmartThings event notification via the Streamie SmartApp (symphonicsys.com/streamie/streamie.groovy) which allows your Apple TV to audibly alert you when SmartThings events occur, like doors opening, lights turning on, motion detection, etc.
Streamie has been tested with cameras from Logitech (Logi Circle 2), Dahua, Amcrest, Hikvision, Foscam, Wyze, Ubiquiti and others.
An Apple TV 4K (2021) can handle up to twenty-five simultaneous 1080p streams. Older models are less capable.
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* If I could ever find a camera that supports this codec, I would test it to confirm.