So I after searching to find a economical way to have another monitor in my house running 24/7 that displays my camera feed I finally found a solution! A Raspberry Pi 3! Entering into this project I knew absolutely nothing about Linux (which is what Raspberry Pi's operating system is based on) but found it was super easy to learn and configure. Components needed: Raspberry Pi 3 B+: https://www.amazon.com/ELEMENT-Element14-Raspberry-Pi-Motherboard/dp/B07BDR5PDW/ A case with cooling fan: (A cooling fan is absolutely needed to run the Pi 24/7. I was getting overheating warning without one but as soon as I bought one my temps went way down and I haven't had any problems Amazon.com: Smraza Transparent Acrylic Case for Raspberry Pi 3 / 2 Model B B+ with 2.5A Power Supply, External Cooling Fan and USB Cable with ON/OFF Switch: Computers & Accessories You will also need a SD card (Recommend at least a 16gb but a 8gb will work) A monitor (with HDMI input) and HDMI cable. I had all these other things laying around the house so I didn't need to buy them. Simply open up Chromium in the Raspberry Pi and navigate to your Blue Iris web IP address and login. If anyone wants to try this and needs help or questions just let me know!