There are many reasons why youd want to set up your own surveillance system. You can install one in your summer house, in your garage and backyard, in your warehouse or office to be always aware of whats happening around you, to monitor your employees or watch your children play in the yard from any remote location. However, professional video monitoring systems are quite on the expensive side and not many of us can spend thousands on them. If you have been looking out for more affordable alternatives, H264 WebCam Pro is your number one choice!
H264 WebCam Pro is an advanced 16-channel video surveillance application for Windows supporting a wide range of input devices, including mainstream USB cameras, analog cameras, video capture cards, TV cards and network IP cameras and providing remote PTZ (pan-tilt-zoom) support for them. The software greatly facilitates streaming automation and enables you to broadcast video and audio to H264 and AAC multimedia streams that can be opened by the most popular applications, such as QuickTime, RealPlayer, Internet Explorer and a number of others. H264 WebCam Pro also allows you to configure the codec to be used for A/V capturing and recording (supported formats include H264, XviD, MPEG4, MPEG2, AAC and MP3) and save the results as standard AVI, MP4, MOV, PSP, FLV and SWF files. Apart from regular video streaming, the tool is capable of detecting motion in the monitored sources (with an ability to manually specify the pre-record time) and notify you in a number of ways, including a sound alert, an email message, an FTP upload and more!
If you are concerned with finding an affordable, yet functional video monitoring system capable of performing Internet streaming «right out of the box», make sure not to miss H264 WebCam Pro!
H264 WebCam 3.85 4-ch H264 remote video surveillance software. Record images up to 30 fps from USB cameras,TV boards,capture cards,network ip camera. Broadcast video to internet. Email,FTP Alerts
H264 WebCam Free 3.85 4-channel remote video surveillance software. Capture images at up to 30 frames per second from directly connected cameras (both USB and analog), TV boards, capture cards, network
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