Xeoma Video Surveillance Software for Linux 13.2.8
Get complete video surveillance solution with construction-set principle and unlimited flexibility.
Easy for non-tech savvies, powerful for professionals. Build your small to enterprise system with up to 512 cameras. Remote view from any mobile devices and computers. Works under Debian, Ubuntu, Mint and openSUSE with full remote access.
Remember how you enjoyed playing with your construction set as a kid? How easy it was to make any of your ideas come true combining simple elements and making them grow gradually into something greater! Even easier than that, now you can realize your most complicated video surveillance goals thanks to unconventional flexibility of this video surveillance software. Full freedom of choice based on visual modular architecture and user-friendly touchscreen control.
Auto-detection and support for almost any camera (IP, ONVIF, USB webcams, H.264, MJPEG, MPEG4, PTZ, WiFi) make your PC and a camera a ready to work out-of-the-box surveillance system. Intellectual motion detector with advanced false alarm avoiding logic, motion-triggered or scheduled notifications (SMS, email, etc) and snapshot captures, for example for parental control over children's activity on PC, plus hidden mode to stay stealth. Just imagine all the situations you could use it in and how greatly it could help!
Shared access rights, encryption, password protection, network clustering, also on OS without graphical shell, make monitoring efficient and stable. No installation and no admin privileges required. Automatic backup on FTP, powerful web server with view of all cameras with sound (flash video streaming), cyclic archive with export feature.
Free mode - 1 camera and a few other restrictions. Trial mode - full functionality and settings kept for 48 hours. Commercial mode unlocks limitations.
Get excited about powerful possibilities of Xeoma. This video surveillance software will save your time, nerves and money! Download it now FREE OF CHARGE - get the best for you and your safety!
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