Advanced Camera Settings
The camera settings page has some advanced settings depending on the camera type. Normally these settings don't need to be touched for most scenarios. But they are available if you do need to tweak things.
The snapshot path is an optional field for providing a URL from your camera that provides a still JPEG snapshot. This is primarily used for Apple Watch support as the Apple Watch cannot natively decode RTSP or HLS streams.
As with the secondary stream option above you can provide just a path where IPCams will inherit the settings from the primary stream URL, or you can also provide a full URL if needed.
Rotate 180º: This option can be used to flip your camera's image if it is mounted upside down
Custom Aspect: Some cameras provide a stream uses non square pixels. This usually results in a stream that is stretched or distorted. By providing a custom aspect, you can override what IPCams displays so it uses the right aspect ration. For example if you want to ensure the stream is displayed in a 16:9 ratio, divide 16/9 and enter the result 1.777 in the custom aspect field.
RTSP Transport Protocol
The transport protocol option is a way to change the protocol used for RTSP streams. By default IPCams will use UDP and fallback to TCP if UDP is not available. For certain cameras or networks, you might need to force TCP (or HTTP) to ensure a smoother stream.