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iCam Support / Re: icam source mobile on tablet
« Last post by Stefan on May 22, 2017, 09:17:40 PM »
If the tablet was running an app that essentially turned it into a network IP camera it would still need to be connected to via the iCamSource on a computer for it to be accessible from iCam, unfortunately.
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iCam Support / Re: icam source mobile on tablet
« Last post by nick927 on May 21, 2017, 12:38:12 PM »
it would have a usb port could i use a webcam and maybe an app to run it ?
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iCam Support / Re: icam source mobile on tablet
« Last post by Stefan on May 21, 2017, 12:36:30 PM »
We do not currently offer the iCamSource Mobile for Android, just iOS.
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iCam Support / Re: icam source mobile on tablet
« Last post by nick927 on May 20, 2017, 03:25:08 PM »
thanks for that i was looking at an android os would 5.0 or 6.0 be ok ?
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iCam Support / Re: icam source mobile on tablet
« Last post by Stefan on May 20, 2017, 11:03:54 AM »
Any iPad that supports iOS 8.2 or later will support the iCamSource Mobile: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/icamsource-mobile/id702939776?mt=8
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iCam Support / icam source mobile on tablet
« Last post by nick927 on May 20, 2017, 05:37:59 AM »
hi iv been using icam source on my laptop all went well but that has now died and i would like to replace laptop with a tablet before i purchase a tablet does anyone have any recommendations as to its requirements in order to run icam source mobile ?
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iCam Support / Re: USB Webcam / WiFi Network IP Camera Recommendations
« Last post by Stefan on May 19, 2017, 08:26:12 PM »
My questions are: Is this something that will be corrected at some point so I can move the camera remotely with iCam software?
And:  I'm thinking about buying same camera but 1080 Res.   Will that be ok with iCam Pro as far as Cloud or local storage?  I'm thinking about getting the cloud through iCam, but currently I just have the files saved on my computer as they come in.   
Thanks.. You guys are great!

Every network IP camera manufacturer implements their own mechanism for controlling cameras, so we would need to add their specific URLs / commands to the iCamSource Pro to enable pan-tilt support with those cameras.

As for the 1080 cameras, that should be fine as well with the local and cloud storage, yes.  8)
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iCam Support / Re: USB Webcam / WiFi Network IP Camera Recommendations
« Last post by artwindows on May 19, 2017, 11:03:18 AM »
I recently purchased 2   FDT 720 cameras that were Foscam originally.  Work great.. easy set up and no problems..  They have their own software too, but I use it with iCam..  the camera cannot be moved on the iCam Pro software, but I move it with the FDT software. 

My questions are: Is this something that will be corrected at some point so I can move the camera remotely with iCam software?
And:  I'm thinking about buying same camera but 1080 Res.   Will that be ok with iCam Pro as far as Cloud or local storage?  I'm thinking about getting the cloud through iCam, but currently I just have the files saved on my computer as they come in.   
Thanks.. You guys are great!
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iCam Pro Support / Re: low fps
« Last post by Stefan on May 16, 2017, 09:23:55 PM »
Checking the hi-res checkbox sends one of the larger supported webcam sizes to your mobile device, whereas unchecking the box generally will use one that is approximately half that size. (It can vary based on your specific webcam.) The smaller the image, the less bandwidth required to send a higher frame rate, so if the stream's resolution is sufficient to your specific needs or you prefer a higher frame rate, keeping the hi-res checkbox unchecked may be your preferred setting.
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iCam Pro Support / Re: Where is icamsource mobile events saved?
« Last post by Stefan on May 16, 2017, 09:11:40 PM »
The iCamSource Mobile and the iCamSource Pro Mobile save their events to the device storage. There is currently no way to transfer the recordings off of the device to a computer, but we are working on bringing the iCam Pro Cloud backup functionality to the iCamSource Pro Mobile so that they will be able to be backed up to the cloud when they are finished recording.
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