New Beta Version OF SecuritySpy Shipping

Ben Bird has released a new beta version of SecuritySpy 1.0, bringing it to version beta 26. SecuritySpy is a video surveillance app designed for multiple camera setups. The latest beta release features expanded camera support and bug fixes to name a few. According to Ben Bird

Today, Ben Bird announced the release of SecuritySpy version 1.0b26, an update to his multi-camera video surveillance software for the Macintosh.

The improvements of SecuritySpy 1.0b26 over the previous version are:

  • Each camera now operates independently and can have its own schedule
  • Enhancements to the Browser feature
  • New option to use less processor time
  • Better automatic selection of video sizes for PAL format devices
  • Auto-update for images viewed remotely with Safari and Internet Explorer
  • Fixed problem with video streaming with certain versions of Netscape
  • Hard disk usage indicator added to the main page of the built-in Web server
  • Fixed some problems with FTP upload of images
  • Improved performance of network video streaming
  • Improved performance when using a DV device with a quad processor
  • Fixed bug causing a crash when sending emails
  • Support for the D-Link DCS-1000 network camera
  • Support for certain Vivotek network cameras and video servers
  • Support for the Sony SNC-RZ30 network camera
  • Support for the Samsung SNS-100 and SNS-110 video servers

You can find more information about the latest SecuritySpy beta release at the SecuritySpy Web site. SecuritySpy is available starting at US$50.00 for a single camera setup.

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