Watch your home, office, store, warehouse or parking lot from your PC via the Internet.
Easy to use and extremely reliable for day-to-day operation.
Configuration takes only a few minutes, even for a novice.
Currently more than 1000 different IP camera models and virtually all USB cameras are supported.
Security Monitor Pro has all the features you need and is the best choice in IP video surveillance.
When motion is detected, you can configure the program to create a video recording of the event, take photos, sound an alarm, or send you an email notification.
Designed to be highly configurable, each camera has its own settings for recording and alerts.
You can schedule cameras to monitor for motion at set times, on particular days of the week.
Security Monitor Pro can automatically upload recorded video and photos to an FTP server for backup or remote viewing on a web site.
All events are captured with full details in an event log by date and displayed by camera name.
The events are recorded from the very beginning, a few seconds before the motion is detected.
This allows you to see the triggering event that happens in the first few seconds. Security Monitor Pro preserves evidence of all activities for later viewing.
Here are some key features of “Security Monitor Pro”:
Use multiple IP cameras or webcams simultaneously to monitor and record video.
Receive instant e-mail notification when motion or noise is detected by your camera.
Schedule each camera to start and stop monitoring automatically, either daily or weekly.
Configure each camera individually to record continuously or monitor for motion.
Broadcast the video from your camera so you can view it remotely.
Stamp the video recording with date and time for legal purposes.
Use a wizard to help configure Security Monitor Pro for common monitoring scenarios.
Get e-mail notifications with a snap of the event sent to your mailbox.
View all event history for each camera along with recordings and snaps.
Upload recorded videos and snaps to any FTP server for safe storage or web site viewing.
Use digital zoom with any camera to magnify small areas.