IP Camera Recorder 2 (version 2.40) optimization and functionality improvements

Since the release of the second generation of DComplex IP Camera Recorder on October 9, 2013 (IP Camera Recorder 2 version 2.12), we have improved the support for hundreds of the existing IP Camera models.

Support for 47 new IP Camera manufacturers was added.

Afreey AllNet Elro GeoVision Heden
Kaicong Lorex Napco NCB NCL
NEO Coolcam Ness Netcomm NetMedia Netwave
NeuFusion Niceview Nilox NorthQ NTI
Optica Orite OvisLink PheeNet Piczel
Pixord Planet Planex PLC Plenty
Polaroid Power Star ProCCTV ProLink ProVision
QNAP Quimz Qwa Raylios Repotec
Rimax Rohs Rosewill RTX Samsung
Talos TriVision

We are continuously working on IP Camera Recorder 2 optimization and functionality improvements.

ver 2.40 Motion Detection: Added more options
ver 2.36 Storage: Improved support for external USB Drives
Storage: Added option to manually remove recorded video
ver 2.35 E-mail notifications and FTP upload
ver 2.31 Simplified error reporting
ver 2.30 Added Fisheye functionality for VIVOTEK
ver 2.29 Added options to open/close and configure HTTP and HTTPS ports for remote access to Recorder from iPhone or remote computers
ver 2.29 Web Interface: Added compatibility with Chrome on Mac and PC and Internet Explorer 10 and 11
ver 2.28 iPhone: Fixed Push Notifications
ver 2.12 Motion Detection: Added regions configuration for analyzing and for ignoring motion
ver 2.12 Web Interface: Control all functions of the Recorder from a Web Browser

H.264 IP Cameras are Now Supported

Starting with version 1.34, IP Camera Recorder has support for H.264 IP Cameras.

What is H.264?
H.264 is the next-generation video compression technology.

What are H.264 advantages?
H.264 video compression provides many advantages over traditional compression (JPEG).

  • Video from H.264 IP Cameras consumes 5-10 times less space than same quality video from traditional (JPEG) cameras.
  • You can put more H.264 cameras on the same network that JPEG camera. This is especially important if your cameras are on Wi-Fi network.

Now you can take advantage of H.264.
We have added H.264 drivers for Trendnet, Ubiquity and Y-Cam cameras. 

Many other H.264 cameras will work with IP Camera Recorder in one of the following ways:

While adding a camera to the IP Camera Recorder,

  • Add your camera as an ONVIF camera. About 2000 IP Camera models are ONVIF compatible.
  • Add your camera as RTSP camera. You will need to find RTSP URL of your camera.

Let us know if you have any questions.

IP Camera Recorder 1.34 is Released

We are thrilled to announce the immediate availability of IP Camera Recorder version 1.34 via DComplex Store.

This version upgrade is FREE for all existing users of IP Camera Recorder.

New in this version:

  • Support for the following IP Cameras: Trendnet, Ubiquiti, Y-Cam
  • Support for RTSP IP Cameras: RTSP-compatible cameras with both JPEG and H.264 are supported
  • Support for H.264 video compression: video from H.264 cameras takes 5-10 times less space than video from traditional (JPEG) cameras
  • Simplified user interface
  • Bug fixes

See more about IP Camera Recorder 1.34 here.

Let us know if you have any questions.

Get IP Camera Recorder 1.21. Receive Motion Detection events by email.

We are proud to announce the next version of our IP Camera Recorder. Download IP Camera Recorder 1.21 today. We have simplified process of adding IP Cameras.

It includes support for more IP Camera models, including EasyN IP cameras.

This version allows you to receive Motion Detection events by email using two easy setup steps.

First, setup an email account on the Email configuration tab:

Setup Mail Account

Test the email account using the Test button to make sure you receive the email. We have pre-configured the mail server addresses for Gmail and Hotmail servers. If you use other mail servers, check with your mail provider: which SMTP address and port you need to enter. At this time, we only sent emails to secure Mail Servers with SSL (or TLS) security.

Then Edit camera configuration for cameras that you want to monitor by email. Choose the Schedule when the emails must be sent, for example, Always:

Setup Mail Schedule

Now, when the Recorder detects motion on the camera, it will notify by email.

Let us know how it works for you and whether we can help you with anything else.