Ben Bird has released an update for SecuritySpy, bringing it to version 1.0.2. SecuritySpy is a video surveillance app designed for multiple camera setups. The update features numerous enhancements including text overlay support and expanded camera compatibility. According to Ben Bird
Announcing the release of SecuritySpy 1.0.2 Multi-camera video surveillance software for the Macintosh.
With features such as motion detection, real-time compression and network video streaming, SecuritySpy has everything required for demanding video surveillance applications. Combined with Mac OS X, the rock-solid operating system from Apple, SecuritySpy offers unsurpassed speed, stability and ease of use.
SecuritySpyis flexibility and comprehensive list of features allows users to set up a system tailored to their individual needs. Whether it is a system with a single camera or many dozens, in a domestic or business environment, SecuritySpy is ideal.
The improvements in version 1.0.2 are:
- New feature to overlay any text onto video frames
- The order in which the cameras are displayed can be changed
- Lower CPU usage when using certain network cameras
- "Select All" button for deleting files through the web interface
- Better Pan/Tilt/Zoom support for the Sony SNC-RZ30 network camera
- New option to bring SecuritySpy to the front and show a camerais video window on motion detection
- The Browser no longer displays empty unused folders
- New option to edit the "realm" text of the built-in web server
- Improvements to the Camera Status window
- Support for the Axis 206M, 206W and 210 network cameras
- Support for the Axis 241Q and 241S video servers
- Support for the D-Link DCS-5300 network camera, including pan/tilt support
- and more...
You can find more information about the SecuritySpy update at the SecuritySpy Web site. SecuritySpy is available starting at US$50.00 for a single camera setup.