Ivideon Server for Mac 3.9.1 freeware
... from your camera to your customers online? Ivideon Server video surveillance freeware. It supports IP-cameras and webcams. Our free Ivideon service let's you view your cameras from anywhere via the Internet. ...
|Author||Mobile Video Solutions|
|OS||Mac OS X|
|Installation||Instal And Uninstall|
|Keywords||security, monitoring, camera, webcam|
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|3.9.1||May 19, 2021||New Release|
|3.9.0||Nov 20, 2020||New Release||Support for H.265 video codec. To watch live feeds and local archive recordings without recoding to H.264, use Ivideon Client (version 6.9.1 or newer) for local viewing.
Greater accuracy in face detection and mechanism implemented to protect against substituting photographs for faces.
Relay output control available for Dahua, Hikvision, and Nobelic cameras to work with Ivideon PACS.
Extended support for Uniview cameras: motion detection, cloud settings, PTZ control, and operation with archives on SD card.
Ability to get events from Dahua, Hikvision, and SafeLogic thermal imaging cameras.
Support for Hikvision cameras with the option for vehicle license plate recognition.
Improved reliability for local archive recordings and tools developed for restoring recordings after failure.
Optimized operation with edge archives for various cameras and DVRs.
|3.8.3||Dec 11, 2019||New Release||Built in the face detection module, squished some bugs, and added a few small updates.
The face detection module now comes included in the Ivideon Server distribution kit and can be installed on systems running a 64-bit version of Windows or Linux.
Web cameras are supported for macOS Catalina.
The URL for Hikvision camera preview queries was corrected.
We took care of a problem that occurred when adding an RTSP camera and copying substream settings.