RemoteSight 1.0 released: Network Video Streaming for Video Surveillance

November 2, 2009 in Software (E)

[] London, UK - Ben Software today announced the release of RemoteSight 1.0, a new product for video and audio streaming over a network. RemoteSight can stream video from a variety of devices, such as the built-in iSight cameras included in many Macintosh computers. Designed to be part of a video surveillance system, RemoteSight integrates seamlessly with SecuritySpy, the premier multi-camera video surveillance software on the Macintosh platform, to provide video and audio feeds from any computer attached to a network.

"RemoteSight is an exciting new product that can help build highly effective video surveillance systems." said Ben Bird, the developer of RemoteSight and SecuritySpy. "Many organisations as well as home users already have a network of computers with built-in cameras; RemoteSight allows them to inexpensively utilise these cameras for the purposes of video security."

RemoteSight can also be used as a standalone application for remotely monitoring anything happening on or around a particular computer, or for adding live images to web sites. RemoteSight effectively turns the computer's camera into a network camera that can be viewed using a web browser such as Safari or FireFox.

Pricing and Availability:
RemoteSight can be downloaded and tested free of charge for 30 days before purchasing. Pricing is in British Pounds, Euros or US Dollars, and both single-user and site licenses are available, for 15.90 (approx. $27) and 159.00 (approx. $270) respectively.

Ben Software is an independent software development house focused on providing high-quality video-related software for the Macintosh platform. Copyright (C) 2009 Ben Software. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iSight and Macintosh are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.


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