Total Control Mobile Video Surveillance Released - Live Surveillance Video On Your Android, Blackberry, Ipad, Iphone, Itouch, & Windows Mobile

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Enjoy live video and pan, tilt, zoom controls of your video surveillance equipment via your mobile device. Video surveillance software supporting over 100 manufacturers and 500+ models of security dvr, ip cameras, nvr, and video encoders. Versions available for Android, Blackberry, Ipad, Iphone, Itouch, and Windows Mobile.

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Intelligent Designs Group, LLC developer of mobile device software announces the release of their mobile phone video surveillance application for their popular software suite 'Total Control'. View live video directly on your mobile device wherever you have a cellular or wifi connection. Perfect option for a truly mobile solution to video surveillance. Supports Android, Blackberry, Iphone, Itouch, Ipad, and Windows Mobile.

Features:

  •      Free demo to try on website for Android, Blackberry, and Windows Mobile
  •     Single and multiple dvr, ip camera, nvr, and video encoder stream support
  •     Support for 100+ manufacturers and 500+ models.
  •     Video encoder support (selected models) for analog camera stream support
  •     Support for authentication
  •     Support for Pan, Tilt, & Zoom (not available on all models)
  •     Use of swipes to move camera
  •     Ability to change ip address and port as desired for internal and remote use.
  •     Direct stream support. No video going through 3rd party servers
  •     No monthly or annual subscription fee
  •     Support for landscape and portrait mode
  •     Function to easily change cameras while viewing. 'Previous Camera' and 'Next Camera' function in menu while viewing to automatically change camera.
  •     Function to automatically rotate through cameras based on time period. For instance set the application to rotate to the next camera every 30 seconds automatically
  •     Function to save jpg snapshot to local media
  •     Support for MJPG and JPG codecs as supported. Mjpg is preferred method of video streaming when supported. Jpg used for jpg refresh (when jpg not supported) and for local snapshots

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