Hello there, Hoping to seek the guidance of helpful members of ipcamtalk While cleaning for the New Year, I found an old Vivint camera which was not being used. I decided to hook it up and see if I could access the camera via the IP. Turned out there was a login/password requirement - but a little Googling I found out it was root/adcvideo. From the web gui, I could use the PTZ functionality - which was great. I decided to hook it up to Blue Iris. I used the Find/inspect feature and got the following information : Opening 192.168.86.57 port 80... HTTP Get / request... Unauthorized, check user/password Opening 192.168.86.57 port 80... ONVIF GetSystemDateAndTime 2010-01-01T02:13:03.000Z Requesting device information... Manufacturer: VIVOTEK Model: ADC-V620PT FirmwareVersion: PT8133-ALAM-0101a GetCapabilities... Querying services Has Imaging services: /onvif/device_service Has media services: /onvif/device_service Has RTP_RTSP_TCP, requesting profiles first profile is Profile1 first source is VideoSource0 requesting URI for profile Profile1 RTSP URI: /live.sdp Has Event services: /onvif/event_service Has WSPullPointSupport RelayOutputs: 0 InputConnectors: 0 Has PTZ service: /onvif/device_service Done Video shows up. However, I'm unable to use the PTZ functionality. Based on the firmware info extracted, I believe the corresponding Vivotek model is the PT8133W, but I do not see it as an option in Blue Iris. Downloads | VIVOTEK I've attached screenshots of how it is setup in Blue Iris - using ONVIF. Thanks in advance for your assistance.