I can easily zoom in on each camera and make it full the screen, but the app should be updated to do this for you. Update: I've attached a diagram just to make things clear. Viewing recorded video feeds by time or event are not intuitive, but can be learned and generally work well. So, sorry if I jumped to a conclusion that wasn't warranted. I believe it's all working now with port forwarding. I'm having a lot of trouble getting web access to see the cameras. Developer: Your company writes software.
It seems that the app developer has shut off this functionality recently, because the app has not been updated on the App Store. I have 1080p cameras and a 1080p screen on my phone. So, that explains the difficulty there!. Other than the lack of push notifications, the app works well at viewing live video feeds. Some only want to search and not just go to the address.
The older system provided web-based monitoring with no troubles. This seems to work more reliably but I'm getting reports that phone monitoring is flaky. Definitions: Hobbyist: Video surveillance isn't your job. I need to make this work reliably. It shouldn't be that hard of a fix. Some things work and some things don't work. Trade Media: Reports on products or providers.
This subreddit is for those interested in video surveillance equipment, software and scenarios related to use and installation. Law enforcement: You use video in investigations. You won't get plates off of moving cars without a significant investment. Well I set up this app on my iPhone's and iPads and it worked flawlessly. Next I tried port forwarding 85 and 6036.
Speaking of plate reading, be realistic as you balance your goals and your budget. Push notifications are important on a product such as this and not having them makes the Q-See surveillance systems much less desirable than competitors such as Lorex, Swann, and Night Owl. Dealer: Your shop focuses on 1-2 product lines. Apologize for the bad grammar in this post my iPhone auto voice feature is a little weird grammar wise. I had not said anything about addressing by name otherwise. This feature worked well until this last week.
Everyone wanted to know what system I had due to the clarity of the cameras. I have since upgraded to the 6 plus and while it still works great, the images no longer fill up the screen as they did with the smaller 4s phone. Please clarify your question to clearly specify what the issue is. So other than the screen issue, I have no other complaints. Manufacturer: Your company makes products. Great quality and while not very user friendly, I was able to get around and do what I needed to do view live cameras and view recorded video from the past when I first got the system, I had an iPhone 4s.
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