8015 Views 9 Replies Latest reply: Oct 31, 2008 3:30 PM by BDAqua
BTV works for me...
I think these work too, still using 3 ancient ones on a Quadra/630/7.5.5...
I agree with SecuritySpy.
It can manage any number of simultaneous cameras, both direct attached (USB, FireWire, video) and network cameras.
If your cameras are PTV-enabled (Pan, Tilt, Zoom) then you can also rotate and focus your camera through SecuritySpy, too.
It supports motion activation (so you don't record hours of pointless video) and just about everything else you need to run your own CCTV system.
Security Spy has a list of supported/tested network cameras.
I've personally used Axis, Canon and Panasonic cameras with good results. I haven't used any USB/FireWire cameras (other than the iSight, which I don't think counts )
Hi zeegal2012, and a warm welcome to the forums!
Yeah, it can be confusing as to where to find the Post New Topic button on this forum.
The reason it's hard to find that Post New Topic link, is because if there are any categories at the top, you must choose one first, like...
But say chose the Using Mac OS X Tiger and you get...
Clicking the Post New Topic link gets you here...
that even holds crazy ones like iCal that have but one Category... iCal!
Looking forward to your question!