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SecuritySpy 4.0.9 – Multi-camera video surveillance app.

Appked/ Utilities/on 2016-11-26 03:11

SecuritySpy 4.0.9

SecuritySpy is a multi-camera video surveillance app. With features such as motion detection, real-time compression and network video streaming, SecuritySpy has everything required for demanding video surveillance applications. Combined with OS X, the rock-solid operating system from Apple, SecuritySpy offers unsurpassed speed, stability, and ease-of-use.

SecuritySpy’s flexibility and comprehensive list of features allows users to set up a system tailored to their individual needs. Whether it is a system with a single camera or many dozens, in a domestic or business environment, SecuritySpy is ideal.

  • Displays and captures live video from multiple cameras simultaneously
  • Supports Mac-compatible video and audio input devices
  • Supports network video devices (Axis, JVC, Panasonic, Pixord, D-Link, etc.)
  • Motion detection and timelapse capture features, with audio
  • Built-in Web server for remote viewing and administration
  • Pan/Tilt/Zoom (PTZ) support for many network cameras
  • Powerful real-time compression for efficient storage of captured footage
  • FTP upload feature for off-site storage of captured footage
  • Motion-triggered email notifications
  • Pre-capture buffer to capture video before the time of motion
  • Browser feature for playback of captured footage, with synchronised multi-camera playback


Version 4.0.9:

New and Improved
  • New volume control for Mac audio input devices
  • New option to make video windows float over other applications
  • Web server performance and efficiency improvements
  • Supports NAT Port Mapping Protocol for automatic router configuration for remote access
  • Supports multi-line text overlays
  • Fixed problem with incorrect capture times shown in Remote Patrol
  • Fixed problem jumping backwards/forwards in time in movies played via the web server
  • Fixed problem connecting to some ONVIF devices
  • Other bug fixes


OS X 10.7 or later, 64-bit processor