|Op. System:||Win98,WinME,WinXP,WinNT 4.x,Windows2000,Windows2003|
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Editor's review WebCam Monitor
If you have a web camera, you can now do video surveillance of your property, even from distant places. You need a couple of things - a camera, a computer with an internet connection and, Webcam Monitor! WebCam Monitor feature that allows remote monitoring is an ideal solution, as it gives you the ability to observe what you need from anywhere in the world. You just need to do connect a web camera to a computer, start WebCam Monitor, and keep an eye all activities as and when they happen. There are three different ways you can remotely watch the activity from your camera. You can view a live feed from the webcam, view uploaded video recordings and snaps on your website using FTP , or instruct WebCam monitor to send you an email with embedded snaps of the activity. Let get familiar with the three ways you can make your web camera and your PC work as a surveillance system. Live streaming: In this mode, the webcam connected to your computer streams the video live to you over the Internet. If your internet connection allows it, this is the optimal way of following the situation live. Live streaming preparation Your computer has to have a static IP address. A unique number that is assigned and identifies a PC in a network is called an Internet Protocol (IP) address. A Static IP address never changes change. On the other hand, a dynamic IP address changes frequently. A dynamic IP can only work until it changes. Some IP addresses are non-routable, and they do not support live streaming. An address that starts with 192.x.x.x. is non-routable. If you don’t what kind of IP address you have,you can consult your ISP, or a professional. How to configure WebCam Monitor live streaming Windows Media Streaming Technology enables WebCam Monitor to stream video live.