My computer tells me that the program is 32 bit and I will no longer be able to use it with the new version of the operating system. I cannot seem to find a 64 bit version of the program. Is anybody else faced who this problem and what are you doing? Thanks, John. I have checked all my programs and the Amcrest Surveillance Pro is shown as a 32 Bit program.
According to Apple this will no longer work in the next major release of the OS. How will I be able to view my cameras when away from home without having to use their cloud which I don't need? If I read you right then the program will run just fine even though Apple says it won't.
If that's the case I have nothing to worry about. I want to be prepared when I do the upgrade. Or get a Windows PC. If I start it up I only use it and not my mac since it takes some of my ram away. Not good for productivity. I have another mac in my summer home where the cameras are but I also have a seperate Win10 computer I run Surveillance pro on and also use it as an NVR. Like you suggested I installed Win10 in the iMac computer I use in my summer home. I then remove the hard drive and put it in my iMac at my winter home but Windows balks and wants me to buy another copy.
I would rather use a dedicated app or secure web site. Besides being safer it is a more elegant way to view the cameras. Thanks, I appreciate the reply.go site
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There are programs that do this, but if you use your home as a client meeting site, I'd try getting one "proper" IP camera and GeoVision. It's free NVR software if you buy their camera, it costs money if you use other company's cameras. Their cameras are overpriced, but not bad in quality.
Their software is amazing and that they give it away for free if you use their cameras is a great deal. I'd recommend you set up motion detection so it is only recording when there is motion in a particular area, so it doesn't burn too much. Perhaps meet people in a specific area where the camera is set up, so it only records for a few minutes after it senses motion in your "client area. I've had people try setups like these before and it doesn't end well.
There are many programs out there that do this, but the video logging is very poor. When you actually go to look through the logs, you find it is a miserable experience that you wouldn't wish on the very souls looking to rob you. Geovision lets you skip ahead to when there was motion.
Thank you very much Louis. It's very nice to have your expertise on the site. For some reason your post was deleted, I have no idea of why, but I reopened it.
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I still have moderator powers for now, but it's getting testy tonight. I went to the site and I actually bought this same camera out of China but they could never provide software that would work with a Mac for it. Plan B; does it work with open broadcaster software? I use it for youtube videos. It can take video from a plethora of sources. If it winds up being useless, at least it's free. Thank you for contacting us. Most of our camera system require ActiveX plug ins and use software and tools designed for Windows.
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You can view and even do basic configuration of our Vivotek cameras through a mac using quicktime but viewing, recording, and in depth configuration is best done from a PC! Robert rmzigmund.
There is a program for OS X called Xeoma which appears to have very favorable reviews. It doesn't seem to take up too much space and was the best option I could find after some digging.