Viewing Cctv Remotely

CCTV cameras are often used to improve security by providing video surveillance. Closed-circuit television cameras allow operators to view the power of the camera through a specific monitor without transmitting a signal through the air. This provides security for the video feed. There are two main ways to configure remote viewing for CCTV power: directly through a computer or through a router. Both methods use Internet protocols to enable secure viewing of any computer or mobile device with an Internet connection. CONNECTING YOUR COMPUTER 1 Install a video capture card on your computer according to the package installation instructions if you want to use the computer to allow remote viewing of the CCTV video feed. This should be done if the digital video recorder connected to your CCTV system does not support an Ethernet connection or if you do not have a DVR connected to your system. 2 Boot the computer and install the software drivers and video capture that came with the card. This software allows the computer to recognize the video capture card input and to play or record video data received from the card. Video: How To Configure Remote Access Cctv Via Mac Os, Android And Ios

3 Connect the computer to the CCTV system by attaching a coaxial cable from the camera power or DVR to the video capture card. 4 Start the video software to make sure your card is receiving video data from the feed. The camera video will be displayed in the monitor display area if the card is connected to the CCTV system correctly. 5 Start your video streaming software. 6 Adjust the video capture card’s input as a streaming source and configure the software to set the user’s credentials for video streaming. Once the software is configured according to the desired settings, start transmitting the video signal. 7 Enter the URL assigned to the streaming video feed into a media player or web browser on the remote computer or mobile device of your choice. 8 Enter a username and password when prompted. Once authenticated, you will see the video as it is streamed from your computer. ROUTER CONNECTION 1 Connect your Ethernet-enabled DVR unit from your CCTV system to your computer network router using a CAT5 Ethernet cable. Make sure that you connect the Ethernet cable to the appropriate port on the router – some ports on the router are reserved for modem cables or other specific hardware. 2 Turn on the used TV or monitor to view the video from the DVR if it is not already connected. 3 Use the remote control of the DVR to access the DVR setup menu. Since the DVR is Ethernet enabled, there should be a “Network Settings” or similar menu item available to allow you to configure the Internet options. 4 Follow the on-screen instructions or the instructions listed in the owner’s manual for the DVR to set up video streaming. Enter the required information, such as user credentials and router configuration information, then start the streaming process. 5 Access the video stream directly from your IP address, just as you would if streaming video from a computer. TIP Verify Not all DVR models feature Ethernet connection options or allow streaming of the entire Internet. If your DVR does not offer these features, use a computer connection to set up streaming instead. ATTENTION close Do not provide the unique IP address or user information used to view the video unless you want someone else to be able to watch the video anytime you want. The less people who have access to food, the safer it will be. UNIT YOU WILL NEED video capture card PRAÇA DVR video streaming software such as DVBlast, J-Stream or BroadCam Remote PC or mobile device capable of viewing streaming video REFERENCES Security Camera Connection King: How To View Security Cameras Remotely 2SeeTV Connection: Viewing Images from CCTV Cameras via