Version 1.5 for Windows (98/NT/ME/2000/XP)
Release 13. July 2004
You see with one look, what cameras
are available, in which mode they are running,
how often the motion detector has tested for motion, how many
motions are detected and more.
In the upper listview all available
cameras are shown. If the motion detector is running the listview
columns are filled with informations.
In the second listview there are shown
the scheduler functions, the time range and intervals from
the selected camera. If the scheduler ist active the counter
shows how often the functions were executed.
Here you see the actual video
source. You can select always on top for this window to see
at every moment what's happening.
For each camera you can select if you want to see the video
window or not, no matter if the motion detector or scheduler
is running or not.
The video windows can appear with a
caption or without, with a buttonbar or without, topmost or
not. From the buttonbar you could direct start the main functions.
The buttonbar from a TV Tuner window owns three additional
buttons to select the programs and mute the audio.
Display the actual picture difference
within the video window while motion detection is running.
So you see in realtime
which parts of the video are changing. This could be important
for the adjustment of the motion detection settings.
You can combine the video windows
on your desktop in different ways, to see always several
videos at one moment.
The video windows can fill the screen like the monitor of
a doorman or they can appear where you want.