EyeCopia is a PC-based motion-detection software application that enables users to record, manage, archive and notify video events on their PC. The application was developed by the same engineers who worked on the award-winning EyeOnIt.
The video-recording features include the ability to record multiple camera views as well as the ability to record audio.
One of the unique features of the EyeCopia application is the ability to detect when a motion event is taking place. EyeCopia not only captures the video events, but it also attempts to identify what triggered the motion event. The resulting video event, along with the trigger, can then be archived and/or notified to a user or users using the optional Enjoin Free software that comes bundled with the EyeCopia software.
EyeCopia can record both individual camera views as well as multiple camera views at the same time. The EyeCopia application can also be set to only record when a motion event occurs. Once a motion event is detected, a user can choose to either record the event or just capture the video and audio associated with the motion event.
No computer skill is required to record a video event. EyeCopia, Enjoin, and the web camera can be installed on any Windows 98/ME/2000/XP computer with a web camera.
The EyeCopia Motion Event Notifications service helps solve three distinct problems:
1. When to record a video event
Before the alarm goes off, EyeCopia can find out if a person is standing still or moving, and when that activity is taking place. If a person’s activity is detected, EyeCopia can alert you by e-mail or text message.
2. When to send a notification
In addition to recording and archiving the video event, EyeCopia can send a notification e-mail or a text message to your mobile phone, PDA, or pager.
3. How to manage the video event
After the alarm goes off, EyeCopia can store the video event in a user-defined archive folder.
Record activity in the following areas:
1. Windows 7, Vista and XP:
(a) Monitor and record in one camera view.
(b) Monitor and record in multiple camera views.
(c) Monitor and record audio.
2. Windows 7 and Vista:
(a) Monitor and record in one camera view.
(b) Monitor and record eea19f52d2
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