Most IP cameras can upload files to a specified FTP folder (i.e. the camera name). If your camera can do so, then you don't need to read below.
If your IP camera cannot upload files to a folder, by default all images will be uploaded to the \DefaultCamera folder on CameraFTP's FTP server. If you have more than one such cameras, then the images from multiple cameras will be mixed together.
Now we have a new and better solution to support multiple such cameras:
You can specify your camera name (i.e. folder name) as part of your username. For example, if your CameraFTP username is USERNAME, and if you have two cameras, first of all, you need to create the two camera names from www.CameraFTP.com website. Logon to www.cameraftp.com, then go to My Cameras page and click Add Camera to add the two cameras. Assuming the camera names are CAMERA1 and CAMERA2, this will create two folders \camera1 and \camera2 on our FTP server.
To configure Camera1 to upload images to the folder \camera1, you need to configure the FTP information as follows:
FTP server: ftp.cameraftp.com
Password: Your CameraFTP password
For Camera2, you need to enter the username as: USERNAME:Dcamera2
This way the image folders will not be mixed, and you can use our viewer apps to view the two cameras.