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Main category - Utilities
Sub category - Security
Developer - Ben Software Ltd
Filesize - 13619
Title - SecuritySpy
⭐ SecuritySpy vers.4.2.9
There is one caveat here, in that iOS will refuse to play back movie files delivered by an HTTPS server with a self-signed certificate. So, if you want to play back movies on an iPad or iPhone, you will either need to use the standard HTTP interface, or you will need to purchase an official certificate to use with SecuritySpy.
Then, either copy over the SecuritySpy application itself, or download and install it from our web site:
116 cameras at 1 MP | 80 cameras at 2 MP | 62 cameras at 3 MP
It is possible with the use of 3rd party software to use all Toshiba network cameras on Macintosh computers. Consult the information below on how to view your camera using a Mac.
Tip: If you're not able, or wanting, to follow the tutorial but would like to see what the live feed is like, the developers of SecuritySpy have a live demo available by clicking here.
Enable this option to record audio with timelapse movies. Note that if you enable this option, timelapse movies will play back in real time.
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Open System Preferences and click on the Network item:
Turn this option on to upload an image with a fixed name to an FTP server periodically, replacing the previous file on the server each time. This can be used, for example, to continuously update an image on a web site.
Controlling movie playback
The default compression used in the Java applet is JPEG. JPEG is high quality and fast to compress and decompress so it is a good option for viewing video over a local network, since bandwidth is not a problem. When viewing video over the internet however, using MPEG-4 compression will give much better frame rates, as it is a much more efficient codec. To tell the applet to use MPEG-4 compression, add this line of code:
SecuritySpy supports devices that can send video in "multipart JPEG" format (sometimes called "server push" or "motion JPEG"), as well as those that can send individual JPEG images. For a comprehensive list of supported network devices, click here.
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Thankfully, SecuritySpy provides a way of "blocking" out areas of the video feed. By simply drawing on the camera preview, I can paint over the areas where I want SecuritySpy to ignore any motion.
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