How To Install Blue Iris 5

How To Install Blue Iris 5

To install the Blue Iris 5 software onto your computer, go to the Blue Iris website and download the installation file 

Minimum Requirements

  • Pentium dual-core or equivalent 2GHz processor or better
  • 2GB or more system RAM
  • Microsoft Windows 7 or newer OS (equivalent server OS as well)
  • One or more USB or Network IP cameras, or an analog capture card with DirectShow drivers

Recommendations When Using Many and/or HD Cameras

  • Intel core i7 with QuickSync for hardware decoding
  • 8GB or more RAM
  • Microsoft Windows 10 64 bit
  • nVIDIA graphics adaptor for efficient screen display
  • 7200+ RPM drives and/or SSD drive

Follow the on screen instructions to install the software. You can use the demo version or purchase a license. There is are options for a fill license (up to 64 cameras) for $69.95 or a Lite license for a single camera for $34.95. 

Note:  Any Blue Iris keys that have expired support have to be renewed or upgraded for it to work in Blue Iris version 5. Additionally, if you are upgrading from version 4, please allow access and remove version 4 from your system. Please say NO to deleting any of your settings. Settings are automatically backed up to C:\Program Files\Blue Iris5\backup_upgrade_50.reg. Click OK to continue. 

Now that you have your software installed, it’s time to start adding your cameras. Ensure that you have already installed your cameras and they are working correctly in a web browser. For more information on how to access your camera in a web browser (web UI), click here

If you have any PTZ cameras, go ahead and set the presets, if any, now through the web interface before adding them to Blue Iris. The Blue Iris interface is shown below:

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For more information about adding a camera into the Blue Iris software click here
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