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SecuritySpy 1.0b25
Jun 18, 2003 07:00AM
Contributed by:
http://www.securityspy.com/
Download: 750KB Stuffit Archive

SecuritySpy is a multi-camera video surveillance application for the Macintosh

Main features:

- Works with any Macintosh compatible video input device
- Supports network devices (Axis, JVC, Panasonic, Pixord)
- Captures and displays live video from multiple cameras simultaneously
- Highly optimised motion detection
- Captures movies and/or images when motion is detected
- Configurable compression settings for movies and images
- Uploads captured images to remote computers and web sites via FTP
- Sends email notification of motion with attached images
- Pre-capture buffer feature to capture video before the time of motion
- Built-in web server for viewing of images and video over a network
- Timestamp feature to add the image of a clock to each frame
- Supports quad video processor devices

New in this version:

- Support for certain JVC network cameras
- Support for certain Panasonic network cameras
- Support for Pixord network cameras and video servers
- Improved support for Axis network cameras and video servers
- Improved motion detection routines - better noise rejection
- Improved performance and reliability of network video streaming
- Real-time deinterlace filter for capturing from interlaced video sources
- Fixed some bugs sending emails with certain mail servers
- Fixed a bug causing incorrect time stamps on images from network devices
- Fixed a bug causing incorrect frame rates for captured movies
- Fixed a bug causing corrupt video from certain USB cameras
- Fixed problems with the 'capture image' AppleScript command


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