CamSurveillance

Version 2.2 for Windows ™ (95/98/NT/ME/2000/XP/Vista/7/8)
Release 4. August 2012

CamSurveillance supports you on the way to a secure home or company. Up to 50 Network Cameras ( IP addressable cameras ) with motion detection are simultaneous possible! There are a lot of settings available for the video window, the motion detector and the action at motion detection. CamSurveillance supports you on the way to a secure company. Adjust up to 50 IP addressable network cameras with motion detection and run them simultaneous. The cameras could exist within your companies LAN or you select the ones from the Internet which you like. Watch only the camera video in a video window on top of your desktop or adjust the motion detector and observe what's going on.

With AVI Video recording from each Network Camera at motion detection or by button press.

View all selected NetCam-Videos simultaneous on your desktop.

The only thing which is needed is a Network Camera from which you can access the camera picture through an IP address like http://192.168.110.9/netcampicture.jpg.

CamSurveillance supports you on the way to a secure company. Adjust up to 50 IP addressable network cameras with motion detection and run them simultaneous. The cameras could exist within your companies LAN or you select the ones from the Internet which you like. Watch only the camera video in a video window on top of your desktop or adjust the motion detector and observe what's going on.

Network Camera

  • Network Camera - Receives the network camera pictures from your local LAN or from the Internet.
  • Only the IP-address and picturename are needed to support a network camera ( pictures must be in JPG format ).
  • See what is going on within your company from all installed LAN cameras.
  • No real connected webcam is needed.!
  • Record a video ( AVI ) of the selected netcam.

Video Window

  • Up to 50 network camera video windows are simultaneous possible.
  • Combine the video windows on your desktop, to see all videos simultaneous at each moment.
  • Display the video in original camera size or in your prefered resolution.
  • Picture Format - Select the video picture format from 24 bit color, down to 1 bit black/white.
  • Hide the video window, so that the motion detection is working in the background and no person recognize it. You can also hide the application taskbar button and the systray icon if you like.
  • Zoom into the video window. Select easy with the right mouse button which area of the video window should be zoomed.

Motion Detector

  • Relevant Areas - Select the areas of the video picture that are relevant for the motion detection, by painting.
  • Picture Difference - Adjust the picture difference in % ( of the relevant areas ) at which a motion detection occurs.
  • Picture Format - Select the intern picture format from 24 bit color, down to 1 bit black/white to improve the detection.
  • Display difference - display the picture difference (all different pixels ) within the video preview window.
  • Action at Detection - Select the functions that will be carried out at when motion is detected: take pictures, record videos (AVI), execute any external programs, update a log file, play a sound, FTP transfer, send Emails and other actions. Tip: If you want to run these functions in intervals without an occurrence of motion, adjust the picture difference to 0%.
  • Video recording - Select whether you want the file name to be the same each time or if you want a new file at each detection ( file_00001.avi ... file_99999.avi ). You can specify the maximum number of files to create, test the available harddisk space, build the filename with time and date and much more. You can select if the video should recorded with a specific length or so long until no more motion is detected.
  • Picture taking - Select whether you want the file name to be the same each time or if you want a new file at each detection ( file_00001.jpg ... file_99999.jpg ). You can specify the maximum number of files to create, test the available harddisk space, build the filename with time and date and much more.
  • Test for motion once per x seconds, or as often as possible.
  • Different test modes - compare the current picture against the picture when the detection started, against the previous picture, or against the last picture without a detection.

System Requirements
Windows 95/98/NT/Me/2000/XP/Vista/7