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SecuritySpy, video surveillance application for Mac

This system has very useful surveillance features for Macintosh computer users to protect their home or business, such as: motion detection, real-time compression, and streaming network video. SecuritySpy 1.4.1 is an update to the tool that is capable of displaying and capturing video from multiple cameras (including webcams) at the same time and that offers compatibility with network camcorders.

It also offers an integrated web server to allow remote inspection of the surveillance system and its administration, and is capable of uploading the captured images to an external server to provide additional security to the system. Improvements in the new version include better compression in MPEG-4 for remote inspection of live video and finer control of compression settings. At the same time it has been provided with compatibility with the new models of network cameras that have appeared recently.

SecuritySpy also allows you to manage the movements that motorized network cameras allow, applies real-time compression to captured video, is compatible with QuickTime Streaming Server (QTSS) and can send alarm emails when there is a movement in the monitored area.

You can discard an evaluation version of SecuritySpy, functional for a period of 30 days. The price of the application varies depending on the number of cameras it is capable of managing, like this: for a camera 50 dollars, up to 4 cameras at the same time 125 dollars, up to 8 cameras at the same time 250 dollars, while for an unlimited number of caramas is priced at $ 500.

Web: www.securityspy.com.