|License:||Free to try|
|Op. System:||Windows 7/Vista/XP|
|File size:||15 MB|
|Publisher:||iCode Systems Ltd|
Publisher description for i-Catcher Console
iCatcher Console 5.3 provides a complete scalable CCTV system, with Motion Detection, alerting, remote web interface, simultaneous record & playback, scheduled activity, device control, and flexible display options, exceeding the standards you'd expect from a Modern digital CCTV system. iCatcher Console uses a wide range of camera devices, including USB webcams, Capture cards (for connection to conventional analogue CCTV cameras), and the latest network/IP video servers and cameras. Because of its modular design, you are not limited to one type of device for the whole system - you can mix devices as required. iCatcher Console running 18 cameras on a PC with 3 monitors attached. i-Catcher's ability to display information on multiple monitors is unrivalled, making the most of CCTV's rarest commodity: screen space. iCatcher Console also works with PTZ (Pan, Tilt & Zoom) cameras to not only provide a remotely moveable CCTV camera, but also provides auto-tracking - the camera can MOVE to follow movement through a monitored area. Motion detection is performed without the need for PIR triggers and external motion detectors. Once motion is detected, recording begins. For extra security, i-Catcher can record before and after the motion event to ensure you capture everything, and sensitivity controls add an extra level of flexibility. Digital image storage means that access to stored images is instant, and allows you to playback the footage while still recording, as well as a loop play feature, to continuously loop the most recent activity - features traditional CCTV systems are simply unable to provide. What's new in Console 5.3: Heartbeat recording for the RTSP cameras Instantly updating I/O device values in overlays Actions that can be triggered on the received events Twitter OAuth support A new screen capture feed source Video feeds appearing on top of other windows when there is an event Tripwire crosses showing on the playback timeline And more...