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Connecting to your Eufy IP camera*

Try the following connection options in iSpy or Agent to connect to your Eufy IP camera. If an FFMPEG option is available we recommend you try that first as it will often be faster and include audio support. You can also try the VLC plugin if the FFMPEG option isn't working.

The settings for Eufy cameras are built right into our free surveillance software - click "Add" then "IP camera with wizard" to automatically setup your Eufy cameras. Remember to also try connecting via ONVIF as Eufy cameras may support ONVIF connections as well.

Start typing in the "Make" box to find your camera. If your camera is not listed then click "Get Latest List" in settings or when on the add camera wizard. If you need to modify the URL then add or edit the Eufy camera and you can modify the connection type and URL in the video source dialog (button is top of the first tab).

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Cam2C, Indoor Cam 2K, Indoor Cam 2K Pan and Tilt, indoorcam4k, Pan and tilt 2k, T84001W1, Tilt-CameraFFMPEGrtsp:///live0
indoor Cam 2K Pan and TiltMJPEGhttp:///
Pan and tilt 2kFFMPEGmms:///img/video.asf

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RTSP for Eufy Doorbell 2K



I recently purchased an eufy indoor cam 2k and it’s working perfectly. I like that I was able to link it to my QNAP NAS for continuous 24/7 recording using the RTSP link.

I am wondering if this feature will be enabled on the video doorbells anytime soon?



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I hope they add it also. I doubt they will because they want to sell off site storage :frowning: . I still have 30 days to decide wether I switch to Amcrest with RTSP out of the box. The wireless chime is the only reason I went with Eufy.



In August I asked Eufy support team when we can expect RTSP on the Eufy doorbell because it was promised already in June. Here’s the answer I got from “EufyHome Kundenservice”:

I inquired with our software team and got informed, that they are currently still working on the RSTP feature. The feature is planned for the wired doorbell and should become available in Q3.
While I am unfortunately unable to promise you an exact date, I am happy to inform that the introduction is expected to be no later than October. We would appreciate a few more weeks patience.

However… still no news on RTSP for the Eufy Doorbell…



I emailed them today and the response was “please note that our engineer is still considering this feature”



‘Engineer’ please add this feature! :grinning:



+1. Would love built in FTP connectivity (or equiv) so it can push (or have pulled) to my custom NAS, like my other internal (ancient) DLink cameras!





I would buy it, if it supports RTSP before EoY



Answer from Eufy Kundenservice begin November:

Indeed the RTSP function was scheduled for this year. Unfortunately other matters with high priority have caused this function to be put back and delayed. We sincerely apologize for the trouble and the dissapointment.

Our software team has fed back to my inquiry, that they will work on this as soon as possible. It will however likely be in Q1 2021 and hereby be delayed for around half a year. I am very sorry.

I hope just like you that the function will be released eaqrlier.



Can i suggest this is quite high priority? there are a number of us looking for new doorbells, black friday is nearly here AND Christmas… this is a deal breaker for some



also waiting this feature





Waiting for this too. On a high priority.
There was a robbery last week and unfortunately motion was not detected…



These security camera companies are getting greedy with their cloud dependencies and don’t want to invest in functionality that could potentially take away from their monthly subscriptions.

Unfortunately, that’s what made me buy this to begin with; one of the few doorbells out there which doesn’t require being married to another subscription.

I sure hope Eufy isn’t going down that same dark path of cloud monetizing all of its products or we’ll never see functionality true security enthusiasts are interested in such as RTSP.



+1 for wanting RTSP on the Doorbell!! Please Eufy :partying_face:

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+1 for RTSP. I run my own Xeoma server. It would be great to be able to view my wired Doorbell, along with the rest of my cameras.



Come on Eufy…
RTSP for both wired and wireless doorbell please…

Seriously considering sending this purchase back… It’s a massive deal breaker for me…

Why not cover both ends of the market… Cloud subscriptions for the not technically minded with rtsp function for those that are…

USB storage. When is that being added ??

It appears from what I am reading… a lot of broken promises being made from Eufy…

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Eufy Floodlight RTSP / OnVIF support

I’ve gone back to almost a year on here, google search and reddit to find out how long ago “big” features were requested and what has happened since then. So the fact is that IFTTT, RTSP/OnVIF, homebase support on all the non-homebase product, unified control of multiple hombases to arm/disarm, integration with Google Home and other “big” features were discussed and requested almost a year ago. And other than bug fixes, and small add-ons, I don’t see any of the “big” features requested that have been implemented. So I have to ask… What has Eufy development been doing for almost a year? In fact I’ve seen many of these features were talked about by Eufy support that they are being worked on. So IF they are being worked on, they need to come out with a realistic time schedule on at least one or two of these features when will be released. Right now we are in the “yes, we are working on it”, but nothing happens for months (years?) on end. So is Eufy BSing us till the 30 day return period expires? So I would love to hear an honest answer from someone high up at Eufy security software development.

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Full Resolution RTSP Stream from Indoor Cam 2K


It would be great if the RTSP stream from the Indoor Cam 2K and the Indoor Cam 2K Pan & Tilt utilized the full 2304x1296 resolution rather than being down scaled to 1080p,
If 1080p is the max resolution possible over the RTSP protocol, then less compression would be a big help as the current stream looks pretty bad.

Also I would love to see a low resolution substream offered.

I do want to complement eufy on knocking audio out of the park. The microphone on the 2K indoor camera produces the best audio I’ve heard from any camera at this price point or even well above.




This 1000%.

I was kind of suprised and disappointed to see the stream was only 1080 and of lower clarity then the mobile version. Some higher bitrates would be real nice for us folks that have the option to use a external server. Let me decide how fast i want to fill my disk. A low bit-rate substream would help in a bunch of scenarios to.


The RTSP protocol maxes out at 1080P. You’d need to switch to ONVIF or something for more.

The 1080P artifacting is pretty bad though. Should be better!

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The question is can the camera be updates to support onvif. Preferably if that is the only option to get full resolution then it qould be the prefered method for external nas software connectivity.



Yeah, the bit rate is too low for the rtsp stream, the clarity is severely affected



Yes, request that ONVIF support be added to all 2K cams so that full 2K resolution can be sent to NAS devices.


Do you have an example video?


We were very disappointed to cancel all 12 of our wireless cams and our 6 indoor cams on the subscription service when the resolution auto downgraded to 1080p. Something with the protocol itself having that limitation. Super not happy with that at all.


Hello, I received an answer from the german eufy support. They are stating, that the low resolution in RTSP stream is due to the NAS and therefore this won’t change in the near future. Can anyone confirm this? I still think the lower resolution is coming from the camera.


I can’t seem to find any limitation in the spec to 1080. can you point to where that limitation arises?


@patrickrobbins You’ll need to search deeper than that in the RFCs. First, they use RTSP 1.0 (2.0 is not backwards compatible, and I think both specs still require a media format to be specifidd). Second, it depends on the media format (it currently uses RTP/AVP afaik instead of ONVIF).

There is a format parameter (called fmt) which can be something like 1, 2, 3, 720, or 1080. Any higher than that and you need to switch to ONVIF.

@Christian_FEININGER They are spouting bullshit. My NAS supports any resolution. They’ve chosen not to support ONVIF. If they allow the resolution to go higher than 1080 in the fmt specifier (even if it is against the spec) without ONVIF, some software (not all) would support it. They could do that under an experimental settings block if they really wanted…


I just got a Eufy 2k camera and will be taking it back due to the quality of the RTSP stream. I am less worried about the 1080p although I was thinking I was getting a 2k camera, but the low rtsp bitrate makes it pretty much unusable with Blue Iris or a NAS even at 1080p.

The Bitrate of the single Eufy stream is right at about 30kB/s where my 5 Reolink cameras are coming into the server at 780kB/s without any issue. With the Roelink you can configure it from 128kB/s to 1024kB/s on the main stream and from 8kB/s to 64kB/s on the sub stream. So the only Eufy RSTP stream is about half of what the Reolink Substream is and not even close to the primary stream. For the extra $10-15 the quality difference is a lot.

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Eufy Camera Reviews

Eufy offers several different types of indoor and outdoor wireless cameras. SecurityNerd tested the following models:

Eufy Indoor Cam 2K

This is eufy’s most basic indoor wireless camera, Simple to set up and get running in just a few minutes, the Indoor Cam 2K is a great choice for monitoring kids, pets and other indoor activity. Two-way talks let you speak back and forth, no matter where you are. The camera features 2K clarity, and we found the images to be sharp and clear, even at night. You can view live footage anytime via the app or web portal, but for continuous recording, you must insert a microSD card (not included) or pay for a cloud storage plan.

eufy Security Solo IndoorCam C24, 2K Security Indoor Camera, Plug-in Camera with Wi-Fi, IP Camera, Human & Pet AI, Voice Assistant Compatibility, Night Vision, Two-Way Audio, HomeBase not Compatible
eufy Security Solo IndoorCam C24, 2K Security Indoor Camera, Plug-in Camera with Wi-Fi, IP Camera, Human & Pet AI, Voice Assistant Compatibility, Night Vision, Two-Way Audio, HomeBase not Compatible
  • Relevant Recordings: The on-device AI determines whether a human or pet is present and only records when an event of interest occurs.
  • The Key is in the Detail: View every event in up to 2K clarity (1080P while using HomeKit) so you see exactly what is happening inside your...
  • Communicate From Your Camera: Speak in real-time to anyone who passes via the camera’s built-in two-way audio.
  • Smart Integration: Connect your IndoorCam to Apple HomeKit(Please download our HomeKit User Guide in the product information section below),...
  • Sight at Night: Advanced night vision allows you to keep an eye on any room, even in low light settings.

Eufy Indoor Cam 2K Pan and Tilt

This camera has all the same features as the 2K Cam with the addition of pan and tilt capabilities. You can control it via the app on your phone to scan an entire room, and a motion tracking feature will enable the camera to follow any motion detected automatically. We found it just as easy to get up and running as the 2K Cam, and it can be done in just a couple of minutes. Also, as with the eufy Indoor Cam 2K, you can view live footage anytime via the app or web portal, but for continuous recording, you must insert a microSD card (not included) or pay for a cloud storage plan.

EufyCam 2

This outdoor camera kit comes with two cameras as well as a hub, which you must have to use the cameras. The cameras are weatherproof, so they make a great choice for covering the outside of your home, though they can be used inside as well. With 1080p HD, the images are clear, and advanced night vision gives you a view of what’s happening 24/7.

To set up these cameras, you must connect the hub to your wireless router, and you may have to drill holes to install the cameras depending on where you want them. Set up is a bit more involved than with the indoor cameras, but it’s still a process most homeowners can easily manage themselves. A standout feature of these cameras is how long they hold a charge. Once charged (which takes about 12 hours), the battery lasts for up to a year. They also feature two-way audio, which you can use to talk to loved ones or to perhaps scare away someone who might have no business being on your property. We found that there does seem to be more lag time when starting live video than with the other two cameras above, and while it’s not significant, it could cause you to miss the beginning of some events.

eufy Security, eufyCam 2C 2-Cam Kit, Security Camera Outdoor, Wireless Home Security System with 180-Day Battery Life, HomeKit Compatibility, 1080p HD, IP67, Night Vision, No Monthly Fee
eufy Security, eufyCam 2C 2-Cam Kit, Security Camera Outdoor, Wireless Home Security System with 180-Day Battery Life, HomeKit Compatibility, 1080p HD, IP67, Night Vision, No Monthly Fee
  • Picture Perfect Surveillance - Live-stream and record footage in crystal clear 1080p HD. The 135° diagonal field of view on your outdoor...
  • Half-Year Security from 1 Charge - Avoid frequent trips to charge the battery and enjoy 180-day battery life from just one charge.
  • Detailed Night Vision - View recordings or live footage in crisp clarity, even at night, for a clear view of who’s there.
  • The Alerts That Matter - Human detection technology enables your outdoor security camera to intelligently detect body shape and face...
  • Ready for Any Weather - With an IP67 weatherproof-rating, this outdoor security camera is built to withstand the elements.

Eufy Video Doorbell 2K

Like the other eufy cameras, this one is simple to set up and install. While there is a wired version, we tested the battery-powered model, which is great for those who don’t want to mess with wires. While you’ll like to have to drill some holes to install it, that’s the most complicated part of the process. And if you’re handy with a drill, it’s a quick process, with drill guides included.

Once it’s installed, the video doorbell provides sharp images (2K resolution), and one charge provides 180 days of battery life. As is the case with the eufyCam 2, storage is local, with 16 GB in the hub—a nice feature if someone steals your doorbell cam, since the hub is housed inside. Two-way audio lets you speak with whoever may be at your front door, and the camera is waterproof, able to withstand temperatures ranging from -4 degrees Fahrenheit to 122 degrees Fahrenheit.

eufy Security, Video Doorbell (Battery-Powered) Kit, 2K Resolution, 180-Day Battery Life, Encrypted Local Storage, No Monthly Fees, HomeBase with High-Power Wi-Fi and Built-in Storage
eufy Security, Video Doorbell (Battery-Powered) Kit, 2K Resolution, 180-Day Battery Life, Encrypted Local Storage, No Monthly Fees, HomeBase with High-Power Wi-Fi and Built-in Storage
  • Crystal-Clear Clarity: The built-in 2K sensor and professional-grade lens allow you to view activity in picture-perfect resolution. See...
  • No Monthly Fee: Designed to protect your home as well as your wallet, eufy Security products are one-time purchases that combine security...
  • Dual Power Options: Half a year of coverage from one charge or non-stop power supply via a wired connection.
  • Expanded Field of View: The increased 4:3 Aspect Ratio ensures you get a head-to-toe view of anyone who approaches and gives you the perfect...
  • Next-Level Detection: Have total control over what is detected through the use of the motion sensor, smart human detection, and activity...
Eufy Cam 2 vs 2C vs Cam E - Eufy Battery WiFi Cameras Compared

The Critics Have Their Say on eufy Security



What does the those acronyms mean please? I’m looking at these cameras and doorbell too

ONVIF and RTSP are standard streaming protocols so you can view the video stream in other apps (tinycam, blue Iris, etc.). These also let you monitor multiple cameras and record to a server or NAS.



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Out of consideration for safety, we currently do not support online option A stable FHSS connection ensures real-time communication and monitoring of your baby, even if your home’s Internet connection is down. But I will pass your suggestions to our product managers. :grin:



Excellent review! Very informative outlining the pros and the cons with room for software improvement. Very impressed with the quality of the video and battery life!


We will continuously optimize this product based on users’ feedback. Once there is any update or news confirmed, we will share it on the community. Stay tuned! :smile:

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Yes, the second generation of home base that eufy team is currently developing will support Apple HomeKit. Stay tuned in the community for the following news.



@AnkerOfficial Can we trade-in our 1st gen homebase for a 2nd gen homebase, whenever it becomes available?



The details are still in the evaluation phase so I’m unable to provide more information now. But we will announce the news in the community once we have anything confirmed.



I echo the lack of homekit support and will wait till released. Otherwise I love everything else about the doorbell video.

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This would be a game changer for me if they do!


nice reviews. thanks for sharing. Will definitely help promote the brand

Hopefully the teams are hard at work fixing the issues highlighted in the forums


CNET obviously still rate Arlo higher for outdoors & nest for doorbell

I have 2 of the top rated devices, wyze & nest hello


Hi @AnkerOfficial, sad to hear only the new 2nd generation base will support HomeKit :frowning:

I just bought 1 month ago the EufyCam E camera system after seeing Apple announced at their WWDC in June that Eufy was going to support the Apple HomeKit Secure Video feature.

So right now I guess I have the 1st generation base, so I will not get any HomeKit support through a firmware update?


They claim that the hardware is useless & unable to support homekit


Hey I’m sorry there is no more news that can be shared at the moment. But I’ve passed your suggestion of the HomeKit support to our product development team. And we will get the news delivered in the community once anything confirmed. Thanks for your kind supporting and understanding!

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Thanks for the kind words! We will get more news of eufy Security products delivered in the community. Stay tuned!

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can’t imagine if they do but would be nice if they did though.


Looks very nice!
Still anker should release budget friendly models too!

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Think that’s the plan with the 2c system, looks super cheap & half the battery life

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They claim that the hardware is useless & unable to support homekit

I would expect at least eufy should allow us kickstarter backers to trade-in homebase for HomeKit

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The AD110 comes with a tiny "chime kit" that will connect to existing digital or mechanical chimes. What exactly this kit does, I'm not sure, but it will delay triggering the chime for a few seconds. I assume this allows the doorbell to have uninterrupted power since it shares the transformer with the chime. On my 50+yr home with the existing 24vac transformer and mechanical chime, it works fine. The AD110 internal chime (with 3 selectable tones) is also quite loud, not to mention push alerts to your phones.

AD110 recordings are being saved both on the internal SD-Card and to my Dahua NVR 24x7. Motion alerts also recorded on NVR as well as Home Assistant using the existing Amcrest camera integration, which can also save recordings or snapshots. Google Assistant integration is provided via Home Assistant, and I can stream the doorbell video to a Google Nest Hub or Android/Chromecast TV. One annoyance with HA is that "live" streams have several seconds of lag.

I installed a Eufy doorbell at my daughter's house and they really like it. The Eufy hub acts as a bridge and helps with improving wifi connections to the doorbell if you locate the hub nearby. Eufy has been promising RTSP support for a long time, but AFAIK has not delivered on that promise. If in fact RTSP support is now available, I would be very interested in seeing the news release and firmware download link.



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