IP Camera Software

Traditional cloud services constantly record and process video streams from surveillance cameras. However, this method has glaring disadvantages.
  • Loss of Original Data: Unstable internet connections can result in the loss of vital video data.
  • Bandwidth Restrictions: Limited internet bandwidth can impede smooth recording and streaming of high-quality video
  • False Alarms: Real-time video processing in the cloud can result in unnecessary alarms and notifications.
  • Cost Implications: Per-camera service costs can escalate quickly, making it expensive for users with multiple surveillance devices.
  • Limited Storage Duration: Cloud storage often comes with restrictions on the duration for which video archives can be stored.

Addressing Challenges with Web Camera Pro & VideoSurveillance.Cloud

  1. Unlimited Access to Video Archive: With video archives saved locally on computers, users are not restricted in accessing footage from any of their cameras. This means there's no reliance on cloud servers for past footage retrieval.
  2. Local Video Analytics: The Web Camera Pro software processes video analytics locally, eliminating the need for additional costs and ensuring quicker and more efficient analytics.
  3. Efficient Storage Management: The system integrates artificial intelligence technologies, which reduces frames per second when there's no motion detected in the video. This considerably minimizes storage requirements.
For context, traditional systems require approximately 3.2 Tb of disk space to maintain a continuous archive for a single 1080p IP camera over six months. Now, imagine this storage requirement being multiplied by the number of cameras installed. This doesn't only result in extensive storage requirements, but also necessitates 24/7 operation of hard drives, leading to concerns about backup and data mirroring.
Web Camera Pro, however, significantly reduces this strain. By employing object detection based on neural networks and recording time-lapses, the system diminishes the demand on hard drives and shrinks video archive sizes by hundreds of times.

Event-based Cloud Recording
Instead of continuous cloud recording, Web Camera Pro activates cloud recording only during specific events. In the absence of events, it can operate in a time-lapse mode, ensuring efficient use of both local and cloud storage resources.

Home Security Camera Software

Home Security Camera is a powerful video surveillance software that allows you to create a professional video surveillance system for your home or office using IP cameras, USB cameras, and even mobile phones. Adding IP cameras to the Home Security Camera software is very simple and can be done in just a few steps.
Step 1: Check your IP camera's compatibility with Home Security Camera

Before adding an IP camera to the Home Security Camera software, you should first check if it is compatible. You can check the compatibility of your IP camera by looking at the manufacturer's website or by checking the camera's user manual. Make sure that your IP camera supports RTSP or MJPEG streaming protocols, as these are the two protocols supported by Home Security Camera.

Step 2: Find the IP address of your camera

To add an IP camera to Home Security Camera, you need to know the IP address of your camera. You can usually find the IP address of your camera in the camera's user manual or by using a network scanning tool. You can also try typing the camera's model number into your web browser and seeing if it automatically detects the camera's IP address.

Step 3: Add the IP camera to Home Security Camera

Once you have the IP address of your camera, open the Home Security Camera software and click on the "Add Camera" button. In the "Add Camera" dialog box, select "IP Camera" and enter the camera's IP address, port number, username, and password. You may also need to select the camera's streaming protocol (RTSP or MJPEG).

Step 4: Test the connection and adjust the camera settings

After adding the IP camera to Home Security Camera, you can test the connection by clicking on the "Test Connection" button. If the connection is successful, you can adjust the camera's settings, such as the resolution, frame rate, and motion detection sensitivity.

Step 5: Add RTSP address

In addition to IP cameras, you can also add RTSP streams to Home Security Camera. To do this, click on the "Add Camera" button and select "RTSP Camera". Enter the RTSP address of the camera or stream and adjust the settings as necessary.

Adding IP cameras and RTSP streams to Home Security Camera is a simple and straightforward process. By following the above steps, you can easily create a professional video surveillance system for your home or office.

How to add IP Cameras?

Devices can be found automatically or added manually.

Manually, you can enter the rtsp address of the video stream.
Search IP cameras automatically

Click first "Search icon". The system will find ip cameras in your network

How to add new devices

Home Security Camera
IP Camera Software
Camera Motion Detector
Use your phone as a smart camera for object detection and video surveillance. When a person is detected in the frame, the application will automatically save the video to your phone or to VideoSurveillance.Cloud server.
The smart detector starts recording video only when motion occurs.
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