SiteCam is a fully featured Web Cam program for putting live images and time-lapse movies on the Internet.
SiteCam can integrate into any existing Web site in minutes - whether you want a new image every five minutes via FTP, or you want to stream live video.
SiteCam is reliable, inexpensive, easy to use and has the features that professional Web Masters want.
For more detailed information, including on updates, please read the documentation or visit the home page.
System requirements: MacOS (PowerPC preferred; minimum SE/30.) Network: MacTCP or Open Transport (required for streaming video); direct connection or Apple's Scriptable PPP. Disk space: 2mb + storage for any number of historical images. System 7.6 or higher. The demo is free - the full version costs $149.00.
QuickTime 2.5 (Earlier versions will work, but some features may be disabled).
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