28 Jun 2010

Streaming live video and audio...

Streaming live video and audio from capture card through camera computer application
If you find yourself with a need to record security video with a web camera over an area,  webcam computer application may be the right choice for you. Using this software, it is possible to set up a camera to detect movement and begin recording when it does. Depending on your needs, the sights and sounds that are picked up by the webcam may be stored on a hard drive, or if the captured video needs to be available off-site, can be broadcast using the server's streaming feature to a website.

Depending on the quality of the webcam and the viewer's video card, the picture that is recorded may be as clear as a high-definition tv signal. Using a setup like this, it is possible to provide a measure of surveillance for an area when the economics of the situation do not justify hiring a security firm or setting up a professional monitoring system.  This do-it-yourself approach can save money while not compromising on protection.

Web camera software senses movement, triggers alarm, captures snapshots, records video, and sends captured images by email

Webcams are good for more than just making online conversations more realistic. They can also be an extremely effective instrument for use in home or corporation security.

is now accessible that can detect activity and use it as a trigger for numerous actions.  The way that it works is to analyze the image sent by a camera that is either connected by USB or via a video capture device for movement. While it picks up that movement, it can then acquire any number of procedures, including triggering an alarm.

A more popular application, though, is to either send live frames of what is happening in the  picture that is covered by the camera or to even broadcast by online broadcasting accurately what is happening with both audio and image. If installed secretly, this software could even be used for secret surveillance.


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