EvoCam 4.0.4

MACOSX. January 27, 2012 by Jason.

Completely rearchitected, redesigned and reengineered from the ground up as a Cocoa application, EvoCam 4 will set the new standard for the ultimate webcam software.

EvoCam v4.0.4 MacOSX Incl Keymaker-CORE
EvoCam features industry-standard H.264 video and AAC audio streaming. With support for both RTSP over HTTP and HTTP Live Streaming using HTML5, EvoCam can be viewed using Safari on OS X, iPod Touch (3rd generation or later), iPhone (3GS or later) and iPad - without the need to install an app. Network configuration is simple too, with only one port to forward on your router.

EvoCam also features Actions, a powerful and flexible way to perform a variety of tasks when certain conditions occur. You can use Actions to create timelapse movies, record movies when motion or sound is detected, publish a webcam image on a web server via FTP, or integrate EvoCam with your security system or home automation software.

What's new in EvoCam 4.0.4?
Added 'Daily when it is daytime/nighttime' schedule based on sunrise/sunset
Added 'Daily when any camera detects daylight' schedule
Added ability to adjust video quality using 'Options > Video Quality'
Added ability to toggle online/offline state from remote administration
Added sound level display to 'When sound is detected' condition
Added support for Airlink 777W
Added support for AvioSys IP9100A with YOICS firmware
Added support for Compro IP70, IP570
Added support for EvoCam 3 and EvoCam 4 servers
Added support for Panasonic WV-NW502, WV-SP306
Added support for Sony SNC-M3W
Added support for TRENDnet TV-IP252P
Fixed issue where 'Every day at a specific time' condition would not trigger reliably
Fixed issue where 'Play sound' action would not play .mov files correctly
Fixed several performance and stability issues

Mac OS X 10.6 (or later)


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  • [27-01-2012]
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  • [29 February 2012 07:21]
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