Installation of ieGeek Flight 4 Floodlight Camera

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I'm unable to get ieGeek Flight 4 Floodlight Camera (which claims to support Onvif) installed and running either on VLC or Blue Iris.
The camera does play live video in ONVIF Device Manager v2.2.250.
I looked at the device using ONVIF Device Manager, and found a URI of , and rtsp address of rtsp:/192.168.1.227:8554/Streaming/Channels/101, HTTP port 80, RTSP port 8554.
I've tried both http and rtsp url in VLC, and neither one plays.
I've tried just about every permutation in the Blue Iris video setup, with no success.
I'm attaching images of the ONVIF Device Manager screens, the Blue Iris camera configuration screen before I pressed "Find/Inspect", and the result of the inspection.

What am I missing?

ONVIF Device Manager 1.pngONVIF Device Manager 2.pngONVIF Device Manager 3.pngBlue Iris Video Setup.pngBlue Iris Inspection Result.png
 

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First, with VLC: Have you tried changing the port in the URL from 8554 to 554?
As in rtsp:/192.168.1.227:554/Streaming/Channels/101 (of course, using two "/" after "rstp:" )

Or in Blue Iris, changing the discovery port on the drop down from 8999 to 8000 before clicking on "Find/inspect"?
 
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