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Re: IP Cam Viewer

Postby mennyfix » Tue Jul 28, 2009 2:18 am

Hi,i am using a PiXORD P-300 IP cam,but i cant access it from your program,is there anything i can do,this type of camera is not in your settings listed,is there any possible that it will work in the near future?,because i would like to use your aplication on my HTC_Magic,in the moment i am using only the free version,but i would purchase the full version if i would know that my camera would work
Thank you
regards
Menny ;)
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Re: IP Cam Viewer

Postby vasentak » Mon Aug 03, 2009 4:38 am

I need buy it, please help me !!
Where???
Thank you very much.
Vasentak@gmail.com
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Re: IP Cam Viewer

Postby rml » Thu Aug 13, 2009 1:19 pm

Love the app!

If you could add the traffic cams from the Phoenix, AZ area, that would be awesome!

http://www.az511.com/CameraImages/index.php

Regards,
Mike
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Re: IP Cam Viewer

Postby N4Spd » Thu Aug 13, 2009 9:18 pm

Thanks. I'll add traffic cams for AZ in the next release.

thanks,
rob

rml wrote:Love the app!

If you could add the traffic cams from the Phoenix, AZ area, that would be awesome!

http://www.az511.com/CameraImages/index.php

Regards,
Mike
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Re: IP Cam Viewer

Postby gszumiec » Fri Aug 14, 2009 1:54 am

How to configure for AVTECH DVR, and how to configure it without anonymous.

Kind Regards

Grzegorz
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Re: IP Cam Viewer

Postby N4Spd » Sun Aug 16, 2009 4:18 pm

The paid version allows you to enter a username/password combo for each camera (in camera settings).

The free version allows you to enter a "shared" username/password combo for all your cameras (in the app settings).

gszumiec wrote:How to configure for AVTECH DVR, and how to configure it without anonymous.

Kind Regards

Grzegorz
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Re: IP Cam Viewer

Postby rml » Mon Aug 17, 2009 10:53 am

Rob,

AZ cams work great. Thanks!

N4Spd wrote:Thanks. I'll add traffic cams for AZ in the next release.

thanks,
rob

rml wrote:Love the app!

If you could add the traffic cams from the Phoenix, AZ area, that would be awesome!

http://www.az511.com/CameraImages/index.php

Regards,
Mike
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Re: IP Cam Viewer

Postby pwyc » Wed Sep 02, 2009 6:56 pm

Hi Robert

I am using IP Cam "Vivotek PT7137"& HTC Magic , I Download your IPCAM Viewer to try but can't to control and see anything
My step is : meun key > Manage Cameras > Add new camera > Type Choose Vivotek 7000 Series > Save , But not work for me
Please help Robert , If you want to test this Camrea Please go " http://www.everbesthk.com/ " VivotekPT7131 Link "http://ebdemo.8800.org:7130 username: demo password: (no need to enter password) Thx again

Peter
Hong kong IPCam Viewer User
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Re: IP Cam Viewer

Postby rml » Thu Sep 03, 2009 9:52 am

Pan/Tilt:

Since none of my cameras have pan/tilt, I was wondering if you could add an option for each camera to enable/disable the pan/tilt function? That way when I touch the screen, I don't have to wait for the pop up windows to get out of the way.

Regards,
Mike
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Re: IP Cam Viewer

Postby N4Spd » Thu Sep 03, 2009 10:10 pm

normally, the buttons don't show up unless there is some ptz capability but your camera may have a driver than is shared with other models that do have ptz.

what you can do is just tap the screen again and the buttons will go away.
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