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I would like to display the video feed from a Samsung

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I would like to display the video feed from a Samsung Smartcam P6410 Wifi security camera on a Samsung 8500 SUHD SmartTV. The cam web browser plug-in is not compatible with the TV browser, but the 2015 model 8500 does have the new Tizen User interface. it would make sense for Samsung to offer a SmartCam app that is compatible with this SmartTV interface, as they do provide an App for iOS and Android. It also appears that the Tizen based interface is the standard for them going forward in 2016 on the new UHD tv line as well.
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Consumer Electronics
Expert:  Nathan replied 1 year ago.

Hello, I’m Nathan, and I’ll be assisting you today. My livelihood depends on your positive feedback, so your satisfaction is my highest priority.

Sorry to hear you’re having trouble, Scott.

Unfortunately what you are trying to do simply will not work, at least not via any of the built in apps on the tv, or via the browser, at this time. It is possible they will offer a future app, but even that is unlikely, as their security solutions are a different division of the company, and really a different market than the consumer tvs.

There are some 3rd party options that you may be able to use though, such as using an ip camera viewer app on a fire tv or setting up a htpc for example.

Otherwise, the next best option is connecting the dvr video/hdmi out directly to the tv (assuming it is on site in the same location.

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