Ben Bird has released a new beta version of SecuritySpy 1.0, bringing it to version beta 25. SecuritySpy is a video surveillance app designed for multiple camera setups. The latest beta release features expanded camera support and improved motion detection to name a few. According to Ben Bird
Today, Ben Bird announced the release of SecuritySpy version 1.0b25, an update to his multi-camera video surveillance software for the Macintosh.
The improvements of SecuritySpy 1.0b25 over the previous version are:
- Support for certain JVC network cameras
- Support for certain Panasonic network cameras
- Support for Pixord network cameras and video servers
- Improved support for Axis network cameras and video servers
- Improved motion detection routines - better noise rejection
- Improved performance and reliability of network video streaming
- Real-time deinterlace filter for capturing from interlaced video sources
- Fixed some bugs sending emails with certain mail servers
- Fixed a bug causing incorrect time stamps on images from network devices
- Fixed a bug causing incorrect frame rates for captured movies
- Fixed a bug causing corrupt video from certain USB cameras
- Fixed problems with the icapture imagei AppleScript command
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.