I couldn't find a simple PTZ camera viewer for Dahua cameras on Windows so I whipped something up: EasyPTZ - Dahua Camera Controller for Windows I thought I'd post it in case it's useful to anyone else since I've gotten so much from this forum. If it wasn't for the people here I'd be using the Sunoba camera I originally ordered and would probably be cursing at it right about now. It's just a simple camera viewer, not a DVR/NVR, just views the camera(s) and controls PTZ and presets. I haven't given it much GUI love yet, just the basics for now. I made it because I couldn't find anything for Windows that wasn't super bloated to simply watch a camera. And I needed something easy to deploy to tech tards, preconfigured for them to download, without a ton of features to confuse them and get in the way of simply watching the camera. For my purposes a full blown security camera software package just gets in the way. For now all configs are made in a text file that lives in the same directory (see the link above for deets), but after the features settle I'll add a GUI for that. Supports up to 10 cameras currently, but easy enough to add the ability for more. Note that for now it requires VLC to be installed, and it currently only controls Dahua cameras (though it can view any type of camera or video stream). I only have a SD49225T-HN so that's all I've tested it with so far. And I haven't tested on the dreaded Windows 10 yet. It's all cross-platform under the hood though, I'll compile for Mac and Linux once it's finished. And it has an undocumented mode that lets people define custom tours with any interval, less than the 15 second minimum that the Dahua interface allows, but I'm worried that the 15 second minimum is there to cool down the PTZ motor? Anyway let me know if you want details on using it but that's definitely at your own risk (as is this program in general). Super beta and still swatting bugs. If you try it, let me know if you have any problems/questions/suggestions.