The MJPEG IP Camera integration allows you to integrate IP cameras which are capable to stream their video with MJPEG (Motion JPEG) into Home Assistant.


To use this integration, you will need to at least have the video streaming URL for your camera. If you don’t know it, you could try to look it up in the iSpy Camera Connection Database.


To add the MJPEG IP Camera integration to your Home Assistant instance, use this My button:


The URL your camera serves the video on, e.g.,

Still Image URL

The URL for thumbnail picture (if the camera support that).


The username for accessing your camera.


The password for accessing your camera.

Verify SSL

Validate the SSL certificate for this camera.

This integration support both basic and digest authentication, which one to use is automatically detected when using a username and password.

Examples of MJPEG and still image URLs

  • Blue Iris Cameras / Blue Iris Server:

    • MJPEG URL: http://IP:PORT/mjpg/CAMERASHORTNAME/video.mjpeg
    • Still Image URL: http://IP:PORT/image/CAMERASHORTNAME
  • DCS-930L Wireless N Network Camera from D-Link:

    • MJPEG URL: http://IP/video/mjpg.cgi
    • Still Image URL: http://IP/image.jpg
  • DCS-933L Wireless N Network Camera from D-Link:

    • MJPEG URL: http://IP:PORT/video/mjpg.cgi
    • Still Image URL: http://IP:PORT/image/jpeg.cgi
  • OctoPrint (OctoPi):

    • MJPEG URL: http://IP/webcam/?action=stream
    • Still Image URL: http://IP/webcam/?action=snapshot
  • Legacy Foscam / wanscam

    • MJPEG URL: http://IP:PORT/videostream.cgi (add ?resultion=32 for 640x480 or ?resultion=32 for 320x240)
    • Still Image URL: http://IP:PORT/snapshot.cgi