Sunday, February 25, 2007


I have been looking at some webcam software for Mac OS X.  There are a few features that I was looking for:

  • Capture video when motion is detected.

  • Be able to email pictures when motion is detected

  • Ability to log in to see current video from remote location.

I tried several other programs, but none of them worked well.  Then I tried the free trial of SecuritySpy, and really liked it.  It can be configured for simultaneous webcams and network cameras.  It also has a built in web server to server the current video, and see the video and pictures that had been captured in the past.

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