Angelcam works with 90% of cameras

Angelcam works with almost any camera, DVR, NVR or any device which supports h.264 video encoding and RTSP streaming protocol. Most cameras currently available on the market should meet those criteria.

h.264 and RTSP - the industry standards are the recommended connection method but in the current version, we do support MJPEG cameras as well, even in cloud recording.

A complete Angelcam compatibility list

This is a complete list of camera brands tested with Angelcam. This doesn't mean that other cameras won't work, in fact, most other brands will work as well if they support the above-mentioned criteria.

When connecting a camera not mentioned on this list, please select "I don't know the brand". The detection can take a bit longer in this case.

If there's a camera brand missing, let us know which one we should test and add!

  • 3SVision - Models with h264 and RTSP working fine
  • 4XEM
  • ABS
  • Absolutron
  • ABUS
  • ACTi - Models with h264 and RTSP working fine, MJPEG models partial compatibility
  • Acumen
  • AirLink
  • Airlive - Models with h264 and RTSP working fine, MJPEG models partial compatibility
  • AirVision
  • Airwave
  • Alinking
  • ALLIEDE
  • Allnet
  • A-MTK
  • Anran - Compatible, might need to be added manually (auto detection can fail)
  • Apexis
  • Arecont Vision - Compatible, might need stream address fine tuning
  • Asante
  • Asoni
  • Aver
  • Avermedia
  • Avigilon - Models with h264 and RTSP working fine, MJPEG models partial compatibility
  • Aviosys
  • AVS Uriel
  • AVTech - Models with h264 and RTSP working fine
  • Axis - 100% compatibility, additional AVHS (AOC) support for direct connection-doesn't require port forwarding, recommended brand
  • Basler
  • BlueJay
  • Bosch - Models with h264 and RTSP working fine, recommended brand
  • Brickcom - Models with h264 and RTSP working fine
  • Canon - Models with h264 and RTSP working fine
  • Channel Vision
  • Cisco
  • Clairvoyant MWR
  • Cohu
  • Compro
  • Convision
  • Dahua - Models with h264 and RTSP working fine
  • DINOX
  • D-Link - Models with h264 and RTSP working fine, MJPEG models partial compatibility. Some stability issues observed
  • DVTel-IOimage
  • Dynacolor
  • EasyN
  • Edimax
  • Elmo
  • Eneo
  • Enxun
  • Ernitec
  • EverFocus
  • Eyeview Electronics
  • Fine CCTV
  • Flexwatch
  • FLIR Systems - Models with h264 and RTSP working fine
  • Foscam - Models with h264 and RTSP working fine (models F9xxx), MJPEG models partial compatibility, recommended brand
  • FSAN
  • Gadspot
  • Genie
  • Genius
  • GeoVision - Models with h264 and RTSP working fine
  • GOING
  • GoldMaster
  • Grandstream - Models with h264 and RTSP working fine
  • GrandTec
  • GVI
  • Hawk-I
  • Hikvision - Models with h264 and RTSP working fine , recommended brand
  • Honeywell - Models with h264 and RTSP working fine
  • HoSafe
  • Hunt Electronics - Mostly compatible, might need to be added manually (auto detection can fail)
  • Infinova
  • INSTEK DIGITAL
  • Intellio
  • IONodes
  • IPCC - Models with h264 and RTSP working fine, , recommended brand
  • IPUX
  • IpxIQEye
  • IQinVision - Models with h264 and RTSP working fine, MJPEG models partial compatibility
  • IVT
  • JVC
  • KARE CSST-DIT
  • Kevis
  • KGuard - Models with h264 and RTSP working fine
  • LevelOne
  • Lilin - Mostly compatible, might need to be added manually (auto detection can fail)
  • Linear / Nortek
  • Linksys - Mostly compatible, might need to be added manually (auto detection can fail)
  • Lorex - Models with h264 and RTSP working fine
  • Lumenera
  • LuxonVideo
  • Marmitek
  • MC Electronics
  • Merit
  • Merit Li-Lin
  • Messoa
  • Microseven - Mostly compatible, might need to be added manually (auto detection can fail)
  • Milesight - Models with h264 and RTSP working fine
  • Milestone
  • Mobotix
  • Motorola Hubble - Mostly compatible, might need to be added manually (auto detection can fail)
  • Moxa
  • MultiPix
  • Netgear
  • Novus
  • Nuvico
  • Onix
  • Opax
  • Optelecom
  • Panasonic - Mostly compatible, might need to be added manually (auto detection can fail)
  • Pelco - Models with h264 and RTSP working fine
  • Pixord
  • Planet
  • QNAP
  • Repotec
  • Rovio
  • Samsung - Models with h264 and RTSP working fine (some specific models are using a different password to access the stream)
  • Sanyo
  • Sentry
  • Seyeon Tech - FlexWATCH
  • Sharx - Models with h264 and RTSP working fine
  • Siemens
  • Sony - Models with h264 and RTSP working fine, MJPEG models partial compatibility, recommended brand
  • Sparklan
  • Speco
  • Sricam - Mostly compatible, might need to be added manually (auto detection can fail)
  • Stardot - Models with h264 and RTSP working fine, MJPEG working fine
  • Super Circuits
  • Swann - Mostly compatible, might need to be added manually (auto detection can fail)
  • TCLINK
  • Tenvis
  • Topica
  • Toshiba
  • TP-Link - Mostly compatible, might need to be added manually (auto detection can fail)
  • TrendNet - Models with h264 and RTSP working fine, MJPEG models partial compatibility
  • TriVision
  • Truen
  • Ubiquiti - Models with h264 and RTSP working fine
  • Videolarm
  • VisionDigi
  • Visionite
  • Vivotek - 100% support, recommended brand
  • Wanscam - Mostly compatible, might need to be added manually (auto detection can fail)
  • Wansview - Mostly compatible, might need to be added manually (auto detection can fail)
  • Weldex
  • Xiaomi - Partial comapatibility, depends on camera model and firmware
  • XVision
  • Y-Cam - Partial comapatibility, depends on camera model and firmware
  • Yudor
  • Zavio - Mostly compatible, might need to be added manually (auto detection can fail)
  • Zoneway - Mostly compatible, might need to be added manually (auto detection can fail)
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