Android ip Camera app

Hi Everyone,

I just wanted to let you know, there is a new Android Phone app out now that provides you with an excellent way to view your cameras other than from a computer!

Here are the details:

Features: Singlecam

  • Single dvr, ip camera, nvr, or video encoder stream support
  • Support for 100+ manufacturers and 500+ models.
  • 1 4, & 6 port video encoder support for analog cameras (selected models) support. Limited to 1 port.
  • Support for authentication
  • Support for Pan, Tilt, & Zoom (not available on all models)
  • Use of swipes to move camera
  • Ability to change ip address and port as desired for internal and remote use.
  • Direct stream support. No video going through 3rd party servers
  • No monthly or annual subscription fee
  • Support for landscape and portrait mode
  • Function to save jpg snapshot to local media
  • Support for MJPG and JPG codecs as supported. Mjpg is preferred method of video streaming when supported. Jpg used for jpg refresh (when jpg not supported) and snapshot

 

Features: Multicam

  • Single and multiple dvr, ip camera, nvr, and video encoder stream support
  • Support for 100+ manufacturers and 500+ models.
  • Video encoder support (selected models) for analog camera stream support
  • Support for authentication
  • Support for Pan, Tilt, & Zoom (not available on all models)
  • Use of swipes to move camera
  • Ability to change ip address and port as desired for internal and remote use.
  • Direct stream support. No video going through 3rd party servers
  • No monthly or annual subscription fee
  • Support for landscape and portrait mode
  • Function to easily change cameras while viewing. ‘Previous Camera’ and ‘Next Camera’ function in menu while viewing to automatically change camera.
  • Function to automatically rotate through cameras based on time period. For instance set the application to rotate to the next camera every 30 seconds automatically
  • Function to save jpg snapshot to local media
  • Support for MJPG and JPG codecs as supported. Mjpg is preferred method of video streaming when supported. Jpg used for jpg refresh (when jpg not supported) and snapshot

 

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blackberry ip camera app

Hi Everyone,

I just wanted to let you know, there is a new Blackberry Phone app out now that provides you with an excellent way to view your cameras other than from a computer!

Here are the details:

Features: Singlecam

  • Single dvr, ip camera, or video encoder stream support
  • Support for 95 manufacturers and 500+ models.
  • 1 & 4 port video encoder support for analog cameras (selected models). Limited to 1 port.
  • Support for authentication
  • Support for Pan, Tilt, & Zoom (not available on all models)
  • Use of trackball (when available) to move camera
  • Ability to change ip address and port as desired for internal and remote use.
  • Direct stream support. No video going through 3rd party servers
  • No monthly or annual subscription fee
  • Support for landscape and portrait mode (currently only Storm)
  • Function to save jpg snapshot to local media
  • Support for MJPG and JPG codecs as supported. Mjpg is preferred method of video streaming when supported. Jpg used for jpg refresh (when jpg not supported) and snapshot.  MPG4 is in beta for supported cameras.

 

Features: Multicam

  • Single and multiple dvr, ip camera, and video encoder stream support
  • Support for 95 manufacturers and 500+ models.
  • Video encoder support (selected models) for analog cameras
  • Support for authentication
  • Support for Pan, Tilt, & Zoom (not available on all models)
  • Use of trackball (when available) to move camera
  • Ability to change ip address and port as desired for internal and remote use.
  • Direct stream support. No video going through 3rd party servers
  • No monthly or annual subscription fee
  • Support for landscape and portrait mode (currently only Storm)
  • Function to easily change cameras while viewing. ‘Previous Camera’ and ‘Next Camera’ function in menu while viewing to automatically change camera.
  • Function to automatically rotate through cameras based on time period. For instance set the application to rotate to the next camera every 30 seconds automatically
  • Function to save jpg snapshot to local media
  • Support for MJPG and JPG codecs as supported. Mjpg is preferred method of video streaming when supported. Jpg used for jpg refresh (when jpg not supported) and snapshot.  MPG4 is in beta for supported cameras.

GET IT NOW:   TotalControlApps.com

Hi Everyone,

I just wanted to let you know, there is a new iPhone, iTouch, iPad app out now that provides you with an excellent way to view your cameras other than from a computer!

Here are the details:

Features: Singlecam

  • Iphone and Ipod Touch compatible
  • Ipad compatible (see Ipad Notes section)
  • Single dvr, ip camera, or video encoder stream support
  • 1 & 4 port video encoder support (selected models) for analog camera & dvr support.  Limited to 1 port.
  • Unlimited video on cellular and wifi unlike other apps
  • Support for authentication
  • Support for Pan, Tilt, & Zoom (on supported models)
  • Use of swipes for Pan & Tilt as well as pinches for Zoom
  • Ability to change ip address and port as desired for internal and remote use
  • Support for over 95 manufacturers and 500+ models
  • Direct stream connection.  No video going through 3rd party servers
  • No monthly or annual subscriptions
  • Support for landscape and portrait mode
  • Jpg snapshot capability (while viewing live stream) to save to your local photo gallery.  View or email from there
  • Support for MJPG and JPG codecs as supported.  Mjpg is preferred method of video streaming when supported.  Jpg used for jpg refresh (when mjpg not supported) and snapshots 

Features: Multicam

  • Iphone and Ipod Touch compatible
  • Ipad compatible (see Ipad Notes section)
  • Support for up to 4, 8, 16, 32, & 64 dvr, ip cameras and video encoder streams (depending on version)
  • Unlimited video on cellular and wifi unlike other apps
  • Single & MultiChannel video encoder support (selected models) for analog cameras support.
  • Support for authentication
  • Support for Pan, Tilt, & Zoom (on supported models)
  • Use of swipes Pan & Tilt as well as pinches for Zoom
  • Ability to change ip address and port as desired for internal and remote use
  • Support for over 95 manufacturers and 500+ models
  • Direct stream connection.  No video going through 3rd party servers
  • No monthly or annual subscriptions
  • Function to easily change cameras while viewing. ‘Previous Camera’ and ‘Next Camera’ function in menu while viewing to automatically change camera.
  • Function to automatically rotate through cameras based on time period. For instance set the application to rotate to the next camera every 30 seconds automatically
  • Support for landscape and portrait mode
  • Jpg snapshot capability (while viewing live stream) to save to your local photo gallery.  View or email from there
  • Support for MJPG and JPG codecs as supported.  Mjpg is preferred method of video streaming when supported.  Jpg used for jpg refresh (when mjpg not supported) and snapshots

GET IT NOW:   TotalControlApps.com

The power went out for a minute and when it came back on I could not see video from my camera. After searching through my settings I discovered the problem. I had recently disabled my SSID broadcast.  To reconnect to the camera I had to update my DDNS connection. That fixed the problem immediately. I tested the scenario again by unplugging the camera myself and achieved the same results. I could not see the camera until I updated the DDNS in the router again. Then I turned the SSID broadcast back on. The camera automatically reconnected with no work on my part. I tested it a few times and everytime it reconnected. Problem solved.

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To view your cameras over the internet you will need to set up a DynDNS account. This is an easy process that does not take long. In short, this process gives your cameras their own web address so you can see them. All you need to do is subscribe to a free service such as DynDNS.com and follow the set up steps. *Importatnt tip – The DynDNS.com FREE service works perfect as long as you log in at least once every 30 days. But of course that will not be a problem when you are logging in to watch your EZ Network Cams everyday.*

When you  log in to the DynDNS.com website you will want to follow these simple steps.

  1. Choose a name for your site
  2. Choose Service Type:@host with ip address
  3. Enter the ip address shown on the page
  4. Create a User Name and Password
  5. Check your E-mail and confirm Registration
  6. Your Done!
  7. Keep this information handy for setting up your router and EZ Network Cams.
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 Try It FREE Before You Buy It!

Only $49.95

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This ip camera monitoring/recording software is comparable to higher-end security monitoring software that sells for $300 – $600 as you might have researched on the internet! Try it FREE – just to see for yourself!

 

Video Capture.  Use up to 64 cameras (webcams, camcorders, network IP cams, analog cards, or your PC desktop).   Capture JPEG snapshots or capture movies in standard AVI, advanced DVR, or leading-edge Windows Media file formats.

Video Security.  Keep an eye on your home, place of business, cars, and valuables;  watch your pets or your kids;  monitor your nanny, babysitter, or employees.  Watch your door for mail, packages or visitors.  Use motion detection, audio detection, or capture continuously.  Receive alerts via loudspeaker, e-mail, instant messaging, or phone.

Webcam.  Overlay text and graphics.  Use the built-in web server, or post to a website.  Webcast using MPEG ActiveX, JAVA, or Windows Media.

Technology Features

  • Simultaneously use up to 64 video cameras (with full version).
  • Use USB webcams, DV camcorders, network IP cams (see list below), as well as video servers.
  • Use generic BT848/878 cards, or we specifically recommend the 4-channel PV149 and 8/16-channel Hikvision DS-40xx cards
  • Overlay text, timestamps, and alpha-blended graphics.
  • The highly-efficient Blue Iris DVR file format allows time-slip viewing.
  • DirectX integration provides smooth digital scaling.
  • DirectShow integration provides optimal capture performance.
  • Windows Media technologies integration (full version) allows capture into WMV format and Windows Media webcasting.
  • Multithreaded, optimized and rigorously tested code for optimal performance.

Video Security Features

  • Use motion or audio sensing to trigger recording, or record continuously or periodically.
  • Overlay the current date/time as well as a logo or other information
  • Optionally record audio
  • Use a timer to determine when the system is armed
  • Images may be captured as either JPEG images, MPEG movies or Windows Media movies (full version).
  • Receive alerts via loudspeaker, email, instant message, voice phone call (with automatic redial), or external program/script
  • Run Blue Iris as a Windows service so that only you have control over its operation on a shared PC
  • All passwords are stored encrypted

LEARN MORE – Blue Iris Software Review

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EASY INSTRUCTIONS: (From Set-up to Working Wireless!)

 
Open this PDF file and print the detailed instructions: EASY INSTRUCTIONS
 
 
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DIAGRAM C

  • After signing in to your EZ Cam you will need to go to Administrator option and it will display a screen similar to Diagram C (above). 

 

  • Select Alias Settings – this is where you will name your EZ Cam (exmpl: Front Patio)

 

  •  Date & Time Settings – choose your correct time zone and select how you would like your EZ Cam to sync it’s clock.

 

  • User Settings – this is where you will add user names and passwords for any type of group you would want someone to gain access to on your EZ Cam. You will also “Browse” to create a file folder to send your EZ Cam recording to. Make note of the path and file folder you create so that you can find and review your recorded video.

 

  • Multiple-Device Settings – the Device List in Lan srceen will show other available cameras that you may add. Just click on the 2nd Device, and so on to add your other cameras. Press the “submit” button at the botton after you have added your devices. (Note: to learn more about Http Port Settings, please see the Router Help section with-in these EZ – FAQ’s)

 

  • Basic Network Settings – this is where you can select to obtain your camera’s IP address from the DHCP Server (your Router) or set a static IP address (which I recommend when using multiple EZ Cameras together). You can also assign your Ez Cam a port number here  (Note: to learn more about Http Port Settings, please see the Router Help section with-in these EZ – FAQ’s). Remember to press “Submit” button after making any changes.
  • After signing in to your EZ Cam you will need to go to Administrator option and it will display a screen similar to Diagram C (above). 

 

  • Select Alias Settings – this is where you will name your EZ Cam (exmpl: Front Patio)

 

  •  Date & Time Settings – choose your correct time zone and select how you would like your EZ Cam to sync it’s clock.

 

  • User Settings – this is where you will add user names and passwords for any type of group you would want someone to gain access to on your EZ Cam. You will also “Browse” to create a file folder to send your EZ Cam recording to. Make note of the path and file folder you create so that you can find and review your recorded video.

 

  • Multiple-Device Settings – the Device List in Lan srceen will show other available cameras that you may add. Just click on the 2nd Device, and so on to add your other cameras. Press the “submit” button at the botton after you have added your devices. (Note: to learn more about Http Port Settings, please see the Router Help section with-in these EZ – FAQ’s)

 

  • Basic Network Settings – this is where you can select to obtain your camera’s IP address from the DHCP Server (your Router) or set a static IP address (which I recommend when using multiple EZ Cameras together). You can also assign your Ez Cam a port number here  (Note: to learn more about Http Port Settings, please see the Router Help section with-in these EZ – FAQ’s). Remember to press “Submit” button after making any changes.
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 If you are using 2 camera in the network and you want to access the camera remotely via solo link, Here is the thing you need to do:
 
  • Configure the 1st camera with same wireless settings from the router with the follwing: �
    • Same Wireless setting should be setup to the WVC54G
    • IP Address of 192.168.1.116
    • Default Gateway: 192.168.1.1
    • Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
    • DNS: Valid DNS from the Status page of your Router
    • Go to Options Tab and select UPNP Enable
    • Enable Alternate port and change the port to (1025-65534) which should be unique from any devices used.
    • Go to the linksys router setup page
    • Enable port forwarding for port 1025 into an ip address of 192.168.1.116
    • Then Go to the Solo Link DDNS Tab of the Camera
    • Input the username and password needed
    • Change the WAN port to 1025
    • DDNS update should be Every 15 min
    • Make sure that the Status of the DDNS should state Registered and Connected
  • By then you should be able to access your camera via Domain Name through the following pattern (cameraname.DNS you registered.ourlinksys.com )

With regards to the second WVC Camera

  • Configure the 1st camera with same wireless settings from the router with the follwing:  
    • Same Wireless setting should be setup to the WVC54G
    • IP Address of 192.168.1.115
    • Default Gateway: 192.168.1.1
    • Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
    • DNS: Valid DNS from the Status page of your Router
    • Go to Options Tab and select UPNP Enable
    • Enable Alternate port and change the port to (1024) which should be unique from any devices used.
    • Go to the linksys router setup page
    • Enable port forwarding for port 1025 into an ip address of 192.168.1.115
    • Then Go to the Solo Link DDNS Tab of the Camera
    • Input the username and password needed
    • Change the WAN port to 1024
    • DDNS update should be Every 15 min
    • Make sure that the Status of the DDNS should state Registered and Connected
  • By then you should be able to access your camera via Domain Name through the following pattern (cameraname.DNS you registered.ourlinksys.com )
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