The Cameras screen is where you manage your camera configurations. This view, as depicted in the screenshot below, is not a live view of the cameras. You must start streaming a Camera to live view it.
The Options button located at the top-right of the screen allows you to customize the appearance of the cameras. You can drag-and-drop cameras to arrange them as you’d like, or use the Sort option to alphabetize them.
Use the Options button and choose “Add” to get started adding a camera.
Swipe left on a camera to access its configuration screen. On the Apple TV, just click on the camera and choose the “Edit” option.
Tap on a camera to start the stream. On the Apple TV, just click on the camera and choose the “Stream” option.
To stream multiple cameras at once, start by streaming a single camera. Once the first camera is streaming, choose the option to add an additional camera. You can also create a Group of cameras.
To stop streaming, swipe down and tap on the “Done” button. On the Apple TV, click the Menu button and choose “Close”.
Streamie is free to use with a single camera. Shared cameras don’t count against your camera quota. Check out our website for upgrade options.
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