Remote A/V monitoring and surveillance can be used in a great many of situations — from keeping an eye on your child in the opposite part of your spacious house to monitoring your office space from home to prevent unauthorized use of your equipment or theft of materials. As a rule, such systems are quite expensive and complex, which doesn’t make them a good investment in the eyes of many business owners. However, there are alternative routes that you can go to get the same functionality for just a fraction of the price of a professional video monitoring system. If you’ve been looking for exactly this type of software, you’ve got to see GSA AV Guard!
GSA AV Guard is a compact, intuitive and extremely powerful program for remote video and audio monitoring. The software works with nearly all cameras and microphones and enables you to flexibly configure alert thresholds — that is, relative changes of the image structure or audio level that will trigger an alert. The user can easily create a custom monitoring schedule to enable monitoring during off hours only. GSA AV Guard can send alerts by modem or phone, as well as print them out on a printer connected to your PC’s LPT port or email event images to the user. In addition, the software keeps a detailed log of all events, so you can always use it to investigate specific incidents. Another handy feature of GSA AV Guard is its support of status reports by phone, so you can always dial a number and the program will let you know if there have been any alerts. For additional convenience, GSA AV Guard has a brightness normalization feature.
If you need an efficient and affordable monitoring solution for your home or business needs, we highly recommend GSA AV Guard 3.2.3!
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