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SecuritySpy is a multi-camera video surveillance app with features such as motion detection, real-time compression and network video streaming. it has everything required for demanding video surveillance applications. Combined with OS X, the rock-solid operating system from Apple, it offers unsurpassed speed, stability, as well as ease-of-use.
SecuritySpy’s flexibility as well as comprehensive list of features allows users to set up a system tailored to their individual needs. Whether it is a system with a single camera or many dozens, in a domestic or business environment, SecuritySpy is ideal.
- Displays and captures live video from multiple cameras simultaneously
- Supports Mac-compatible video and audio input devices
- Supports network video devices (Axis, JVC, Panasonic, Pixord, D-Link, etc.)
- Motion detection and time-lapse capture features, with audio
- Built-in Web server for remote viewing and administration
- Pan/Tilt/Zoom (PTZ) support for many network cameras
- Powerful real-time compression for efficient storage of captured footage
- FTP upload feature for off-site storage of captured footage
- Motion-triggered email notifications
- Pre-capture buffer to capture video before the time of motion
- Browser feature for playback of captured footage, with synchronized multi-camera playback
Bug causing gaps in video playback in the Browser
Bug preventing file deletion in the Browser
Problems playing back unfinished files via the web interface
Problems with AppleScript control
Other bug fixes.