Forum Camera Captures How to Add a YouTube Video Here

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    To add a video or picture captured by Reolink IP camera, please follow the below instructions (Pictures shown below are captured in Reolink Client).

    1. To upload local recording files:
    Set up/check the Record Path in Local Settings.

    Local Recording Settings

    The recorded files will be saved in the Record Path if you are using local recording.

    2. To upload SD card recording files:
    Go to remote playback to download files in SD card.

    Download SD Card Files

    The default path for downloaded files is C:\DownloadFile.

    Choose the videos that you want to share and upload it to YouTube.

    3. To upload captured pictures:
    Capture the pictures in preview interface.

    Capture Pictures

    The default path for captured pictures is: C:\Capture.

    Upload the pictures to any website and link the URL at:

    Upload Pictures

    To add a YouTube video here, simply follow the instructions below:

    (1) Click the 'Share’ button below the video;
    (2) Click the 'Embed’ button next to the link they show you;

    Embed YouTube Video

    (3) Copy the iFrame code given and paste it here.



    Not a YouTube video but a nice view eastwards showing parts of Randsfjorden in Norway as seen from my summer cabin.









    thanks for sharing this helpful post.






    Didn't work. Where exactly do you place the youtube embed code? Paste it ”where”? Thanks..

    <iframe width="560" height="315" src="" frameborder="0" gesture="media" allow="encrypted-media" allowfullscreen></iframe>

    <iframe width=”560″ height=”315″ src=”″ frameborder=”0″ gesture=”media” allow=”encrypted-media” allowfullscreen></iframe>

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    OK — I used BBCodes and it worked. For those wondering:

    This bracket[ then youtube ] wVOkppPsEAE [ then close tag /youtube ] { take out the text and spaces around youtube and close all [ brackets. }

    Look for the ”wVOkppPsEAE” in the url embed code I was trying above this reply.

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    Night time view of new ReoLink cam install. ( Testing in the ally between our home and the neighbors who are building a new home. ) I have no idea how what I was watching on youtube was embeded in vid's as sound. Must have had my desk mike on and it was recording. I am also using open broadcaster to stream the video to youtube directly from the cam (LIVE).

    Camera came in today. Pulled it from it's box. Downloaded the PC App. Plugged in the LAN to CAM and then faster than a speeding bullet had video on my PC. Went through basic setup. added password. Add to WIFI (5G Wireless Net) Then downloaded app for Android (LG Stylo 2 Plus).
    Before I could say It's a bird, It's a plane, No it's The Reolink app.. the cam was showing off the cam's stream on my cellphone. Now this is the way a CAM should work. I have one more step ( for me ) to go. It was not promised by Reolink – but, as they say, no guts no glory. I like to record locally as well as stream to youtube (FREE and works well). So I pulled up open broadcaster (Free). Step one under scenes create a name. Called mine CAM1 (for this review only). Under Sources choose Media Source. When the config screen appears uncheck Local File. Restart Playback should stay checked. Under input place this and nothing else: rtsp://username:password@192.168.?.? (the IP the wireless cam is using.) Use hardware coding stays checked. Hide source when playback ends, (optional) YUV Color Range Auto. That is it. You will see a preview of your cam. On the right, in order to stream to youtube or locally to file, click on ”settings”. When in doubt, ”Google”. In fine it will work with Open Broadcaster Free Software.

    This is my first impression of this Reolink RLC-410WS cam. After it is mounted where I want to try it, and I run it for a few weeks will update this review. I will also add the link to the youtube stream ( even if I am not streaming it will leave a copy of the stream for later viewing on youtube ).

    There are a few items I want to add for the Reolink folks to consider. I like the hex head adjustments, but that one by the antenna is impossible to set without removing the antenna. Send a tool that will fit in between the cam and the antenna. (just shorten the working end of the hex tool.) If not a through the wall install, there should be a plastic or metal covered box provided for the power, LAN and reset items to keep them hidden and out of the weather and harms way.

    Joe, over 70 years on the planet and still learning something new every day.

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