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Best IP Camera Software?

Discussion in 'Windows & Other Software' started by MouseMat2004, 27 Mar 2006.

  1. MouseMat2004

    Mobster

    Joined: 16 Jan 2004

    Posts: 2,661

    Location: Workgroup

    My Mum is a carer and has just taken on a new kid who's a tad dodgy, so she's ordered 2x IP cameras so she can record downstairs at night etc just incase he tries something

    Anyone know any decent software which auto records, stores video etc etc just incase the supplied ones are pap.

    Thanks
     
  2. Magic_x_uk

    Soldato

    Joined: 11 Oct 2005

    Posts: 5,493

    Location: Derbyshire

    CATSPY

    I have used Catspy before for automatically starta nd stop of recording(s) on web cam. Can do sound as well. It's free. You can set the senstivety and the area it picks up on.

    Basically you leave it running and when it picks up movement it records a file, till that movement has stopped, The starts again next time it picks movement up. Time stamp as well.

    Im sure there are others out there as well. I used it with me & a partner once. very good results lol
     
  3. Pinkeyes

    Wise Guy

    Joined: 30 May 2005

    Posts: 1,528

    Location: Greater Manchester

    We have IPView running on ours. It does all the Motion detection / record thing. Its pretty good.

    Not sure if its limited to D-Link cameras though. (although ours isnt and it works fine)
     
  4. MouseMat2004

    Mobster

    Joined: 16 Jan 2004

    Posts: 2,661

    Location: Workgroup

    I downloaded IPView Lite from ASUS, Installed fine but asked for a username/password, so I just uninstalled it.

    Anyone know any others?
     
  5. Vietnow

    Wise Guy

    Joined: 15 Dec 2002

    Posts: 1,751

    At my work we have setup six ip cameras around our shop and are using icatcher to monitor and record.

    http://www.icode.co.uk/icatcher/index.html

    Very useful software, it records the images as jpg's rather than a streaming avi, which is useful when wanting to jump back to exact dates/times. Worth a look certainly, although it was rather costly the added features have made it a worthwhile purchase over using the free IPview utility.