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Re: DCS IP Cameras - Compatible Third Party Applications to Monitor Video
« Reply #60 on: March 26, 2012, 05:06:51 AM »

The following is a current list of available D-Link DCS compatible software products for monitoring video/audio feeds from D-Link DCS cameras. For the benefit of our user community please limit contributions to products you've personally tested.  Please post your contributions as a reply to this thread and I'll add them to this master list.

Please include the following minimal information in your reply: product name, website, supported platform(s), cost, and a brief product review/overview.

Below is a summary of everyone's input thus far. Please let me know if any information on this list is incorrect or requires updating.

DCS IP Cameras - Compatible Third Party Applications to Monitor Video

  • Blue Iris - Platforms: Windows Cost: $49.95     (Last Updated: 1/2012)
  • D-ViewCam - Platforms: Windows Cost: Free     (Last Updated: 11/2011)
  • evoCam - Platforms: Mac Cost: $30     (Last Updated: 1/2012)
  • iCamViewer - Platforms: iPhone Cost: Free     (Last Updated: 12/2011)
  • IP Cam Controller - Platforms: Windows Phone 7 Cost: $2.99     (Last Updated: 12/2011)
  • IP Cam (Lite/Pro) - Platforms: HTC Thunderbolt/Android Cost: Free/$3.99    (Last Updated: 11/2011)
  • IP Cam Viewer Pro - Platforms: iPad Cost: $3.99     (Last Updated: 11/2011)
  • iSpy - Platforms: Windows Cost: Free     (Last Updated: 11/2011)
  • mydlink Lite (Android) - Platforms: Android Cost: Free (Last Updated: 11/2011)
  • mydlink Lite (iPhone) - Platforms: iPhone Cost: Free    (Last Updated: 11/2011)
  • mydlink+ (Android Tablets) - Platforms: Android Cost: $4.99 (Last Updated: 12/2011)
  • mydlink+ (iPad) - Platforms: iPhone Cost: $4.99    (Last Updated: 12/2011)
  • Netcamviewer - Platforms: iPhone/Windows Cost: Free/$1.99    (Last Updated: 12/2011)
  • NVR Viewer - Platforms: OSX Cost: Free/$9.99    (Last Updated: 02/2011)
  • RavenShoeSecurity - Platforms: Web Browser Cost: $4.95/month (Starting)    (Last Updated: 03/2012)
  • tinyCam Monitor - Platforms: Android Cost: Free/$1.99    (Last Updated: 12/2011)
  • Vitamin D - Platforms: Windows/Apple Cost: Free/$49/$199 (Last Updated: 02/2012)
  • Zoneminder - Platforms: Linux Cost: Free    (Last Updated: 12/2011)


Disclaimer: Non D-Link applications described in this post are not sanctioned by D-Link for monitoring video/audio streams with D-Link hardware. All reports describing the success and/or security of these software products for monitoring video/audio streams are solely the result of end-user experience and observation and third-party manufacturer claims. As such, DCS IP Camera owners who choose to use these products for video/audio streaming do so at their own risk.
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QuickTime Player on a Mac (OSX 10.6.8) will monitor video and audio from an DCS-1130. It decodes both the MJPEG and MPEG streams.

Safari works on my iPhone (iOS 5.0.1) and iPad (iOS 5.1). Video only, no audio. Only handles MJPEG.

Needless to say, these are both single camera solutions. No multiple windows, no motion detection.
Mydlink is not involved.

I wish I could find a way to obtain snapshots (JPEGs) from the 1130. Then I could use the excellent PhotoStickies application (Mac) to capture time-lapse series.
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QuickTime Player on a Mac (OSX 10.6.8) will monitor video and audio from an DCS-1130. It decodes both the MJPEG and MPEG streams.

Safari works on my iPhone (iOS 5.0.1) and iPad (iOS 5.1). Video only, no audio. Only handles MJPEG.

Needless to say, these are both single camera solutions. No multiple windows, no motion detection.
Mydlink is not involved.

Thank you for your input, but unfortunately this list excludes browsers/apps native to the Windows/Macintosh operating systems.
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Re: DCS IP Cameras - Compatible Third Party Applications to Monitor Video
« Reply #63 on: April 11, 2012, 05:54:05 AM »

The following is a current list of available D-Link DCS compatible software products for monitoring video/audio feeds from D-Link DCS cameras. For the benefit of our user community please limit contributions to products you've personally tested.  Please post your contributions as a reply to this thread and I'll add them to this master list.

Please include the following minimal information in your reply: product name, website, supported platform(s), cost, and a brief product review/overview.

Below is a summary of everyone's input thus far. Please let me know if any information on this list is incorrect or requires updating.

DCS IP Cameras - Compatible Third Party Applications to Monitor Video

  • Blue Iris - Platforms: Windows Cost: $49.95     (Last Updated: 1/2012)
  • D-ViewCam - Platforms: Windows Cost: Free     (Last Updated: 11/2011)
  • evoCam - Platforms: Mac Cost: $30     (Last Updated: 1/2012)
  • iCamViewer - Platforms: iPhone Cost: Free     (Last Updated: 12/2011)
  • IP Cam Controller - Platforms: Windows Phone 7 Cost: $2.99     (Last Updated: 12/2011)
  • IP Cam (Lite/Pro) - Platforms: HTC Thunderbolt/Android Cost: Free/$3.99    (Last Updated: 11/2011)
  • IP Cam Viewer Pro - Platforms: iPad Cost: $3.99     (Last Updated: 11/2011)
  • iSpy - Platforms: Windows Cost: Free     (Last Updated: 11/2011)
  • mydlink Lite (Android) - Platforms: Android Cost: Free (Last Updated: 11/2011)
  • mydlink Lite (iPhone) - Platforms: iPhone Cost: Free    (Last Updated: 11/2011)
  • mydlink+ (Android Tablets) - Platforms: Android Cost: $4.99 (Last Updated: 12/2011)
  • mydlink+ (iPad) - Platforms: iPhone Cost: $4.99    (Last Updated: 12/2011)
  • Netcamviewer - Platforms: iPhone/Windows Cost: Free/$1.99    (Last Updated: 12/2011)
  • NVR Viewer - Platforms: OSX Cost: Free/$9.99    (Last Updated: 02/2011)
  • RavenShoeSecurity - Platforms: Web Browser Cost: $4.95/month (Starting)    (Last Updated: 03/2012)
  • tinyCam Monitor - Platforms: Android Cost: Free/$1.99    (Last Updated: 12/2011)
  • Vitamin D - Platforms: Windows/Apple Cost: Free/$49/$199 (Last Updated: 02/2012)
  • Zoneminder - Platforms: Linux Cost: Free    (Last Updated: 12/2011)


Disclaimer: Non D-Link applications described in this post are not sanctioned by D-Link for monitoring video/audio streams with D-Link hardware. All reports describing the success and/or security of these software products for monitoring video/audio streams are solely the result of end-user experience and observation and third-party manufacturer claims. As such, DCS IP Camera owners who choose to use these products for monitoring video/audio streams do so at their own risk.
« Last Edit: April 23, 2012, 12:56:25 PM by JavaLawyer »
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I have six D-Link cameras for security use.  I view through D-Link's CamViewer and IE 8.  I would prefer to use Unix based software such as Linux Ubuntu.  The D-Link cameras are unusual, needing IE and ActiveX to view so the task is daunting.

Is anyone out there able to view from Firefox or Google Chrome. for example?
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Re: DCS IP Cameras - Compatible Third Party Applications to Monitor Video
« Reply #65 on: April 24, 2012, 05:20:37 AM »

The following is a current list of available D-Link DCS compatible software products for monitoring video/audio feeds from D-Link DCS cameras. For the benefit of our user community please limit contributions to products you've personally tested.  Please post your contributions as a reply to this thread and I'll add them to this master list.

Please include the following minimal information in your reply: product name, website, supported platform(s), cost, and a brief product review/overview.

Below is a summary of everyone's input thus far. Please let me know if any information on this list is incorrect or requires updating.

DCS IP Cameras - Compatible Third Party Applications to Monitor Video

  • Blue Iris - Platforms: Windows Cost: $49.95     (Last Updated: 1/2012)
  • D-ViewCam - Platforms: Windows Cost: Free     (Last Updated: 11/2011)
  • evoCam - Platforms: Mac Cost: $30     (Last Updated: 1/2012)
  • iCamViewer - Platforms: iPhone Cost: Free     (Last Updated: 12/2011)
  • IP Cam Controller - Platforms: Windows Phone 7 Cost: $2.99     (Last Updated: 12/2011)
  • IP Cam (Lite/Pro) - Platforms: HTC Thunderbolt/Android Cost: Free/$3.99    (Last Updated: 11/2011)
  • IP Cam Viewer Pro - Platforms: iPad Cost: $3.99     (Last Updated: 11/2011)
  • iSpy - Platforms: Windows Cost: Free     (Last Updated: 11/2011)
  • mydlink Lite (Android) - Platforms: Android Cost: Free (Last Updated: 11/2011)
  • mydlink Lite (iPhone) - Platforms: iPhone Cost: Free    (Last Updated: 11/2011)
  • mydlink+ (Android Tablets) - Platforms: Android Cost: $0.99 (Last Updated: 12/2011)
  • mydlink+ (iPad) - Platforms: iPhone Cost: $0.99    (Last Updated: 04/2012)
  • Netcamviewer - Platforms: iPhone/Windows Cost: Free/$1.99    (Last Updated: 04/2012)
  • NVR Viewer - Platforms: OSX Cost: Free/$9.99    (Last Updated: 02/2011)
  • RavenShoeSecurity - Platforms: Web Browser Cost: $4.95/month (Starting)    (Last Updated: 03/2012)
  • tinyCam Monitor - Platforms: Android Cost: Free/$1.99    (Last Updated: 12/2011)
  • Vitamin D - Platforms: Windows/Apple Cost: Free/$49/$199 (Last Updated: 02/2012)
  • Zoneminder - Platforms: Linux Cost: Free    (Last Updated: 12/2011)


Disclaimer: Non D-Link applications described in this post are not sanctioned by D-Link for monitoring video/audio streams with D-Link hardware. All reports describing the success and/or security of these software products for monitoring video/audio streams are solely the result of end-user experience and observation and third-party manufacturer claims. As such, DCS IP Camera owners who choose to use these products for monitoring video/audio streams do so at their own risk.
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D-Link recently released mydlink+ for iPad and Android tablets.
Please see updated application list!

The free version is better than the paid one. Audio is still a nuisance.
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The free version is better than the paid one. Audio is still a nuisance.

What is the issue you are experiencing with audio?
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Re: DCS IP Cameras - Compatible Third Party Applications to Monitor Video
« Reply #68 on: June 07, 2012, 11:03:53 AM »

The following is a current list of available D-Link DCS compatible software products for monitoring video/audio feeds from D-Link DCS cameras. For the benefit of our user community please limit contributions to products you've personally tested.  Please post your contributions as a reply to this thread and I'll add them to this master list.

Please include the following minimal information in your reply: product name, website, supported platform(s), cost, and a brief product review/overview.

Below is a summary of everyone's input thus far. Please let me know if any information on this list is incorrect or requires updating.

DCS IP Cameras - Compatible Third Party Applications to Monitor Video

  • Blue Iris - Platforms: Windows Cost: $49.95     (Last Updated: 1/2012)
  • D-ViewCam - Platforms: Windows Cost: Free     (Last Updated: 11/2011)
  • evoCam - Platforms: Mac Cost: $30     (Last Updated: 1/2012)
  • iCamViewer - Platforms: iPhone Cost: Free     (Last Updated: 12/2011)
  • IP Cam Controller - Platforms: Windows Phone 7 Cost: $2.99     (Last Updated: 12/2011)
  • IP Cam (Lite/Pro) - Platforms: HTC Thunderbolt/Android Cost: Free/$3.99    (Last Updated: 11/2011)
  • IP Cam Viewer Pro - Platforms: iPad Cost: $3.99     (Last Updated: 11/2011)
  • iSpy - Platforms: Windows Cost: Free     (Last Updated: 11/2011)
  • mydlink Lite (Android) - Platforms: Android Cost: Free (Last Updated: 11/2011)
  • mydlink Lite (iPhone) - Platforms: iPhone Cost: Free    (Last Updated: 11/2011)
  • mydlink+ (Android Tablets) - Platforms: Android Cost: $0.99 (Last Updated: 12/2011)
  • mydlink+ (iPad) - Platforms: iPhone Cost: $0.99    (Last Updated: 04/2012)
  • Netcamviewer - Platforms: iPhone/Windows Cost: Free/$1.99    (Last Updated: 04/2012)
  • NVR Viewer - Platforms: OSX Cost: Free/$9.99    (Last Updated: 02/2011)
  • RavenShoeSecurity - Platforms: Web Browser Cost: $4.95/month (Starting)    (Last Updated: 03/2012)
  • tinyCam Monitor - Platforms: Android Cost: Free/$1.99    (Last Updated: 12/2011)
  • Vitamin D - Platforms: Windows/Apple Cost: Free/$49/$199 (Last Updated: 02/2012)
  • Zoneminder - Platforms: Linux Cost: Free    (Last Updated: 12/2011)


Disclaimer: Non D-Link applications described in this post are not sanctioned by D-Link for monitoring video/audio streams with D-Link hardware. All reports describing the success and/or security of these software products for monitoring video/audio streams are solely the result of end-user experience and observation and third-party manufacturer claims. As such, DCS IP Camera owners who choose to use these products for monitoring video/audio streams do so at their own risk.
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I'm assembling a current list of available D-Link DCS compatible software products for monitoring video/audio feeds from D-Link DCS cameras.
I would like to write a windows phone app - anyway to get a spec for the stream?
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I would like to write a windows phone app - anyway to get a spec for the stream?

You may want to try re-posting this question as a new thread (with an appropriate subject) in the main section of this DCS Software board.
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Re: DCS IP Cameras - Compatible Third Party Applications to Monitor Video
« Reply #71 on: July 18, 2012, 04:53:56 AM »

The following is a current list of available D-Link DCS compatible software products for monitoring video/audio feeds from D-Link DCS cameras. For the benefit of our user community please limit contributions to products you've personally tested.  Please post your contributions as a reply to this thread and I'll add them to this master list.

Please include the following minimal information in your reply: product name, website, supported platform(s), cost, and a brief product review/overview.

Below is a summary of everyone's input thus far. Please let me know if any information on this list is incorrect or requires updating.

DCS IP Cameras - Compatible Third Party Applications to Monitor Video

  • Blue Iris - Platforms: Windows Cost: $49.95     (Last Updated: 1/2012)
  • D-ViewCam - Platforms: Windows Cost: Free     (Last Updated: 11/2011)
  • evoCam - Platforms: Mac Cost: $30     (Last Updated: 1/2012)
  • iCamViewer - Platforms: iPhone Cost: Free     (Last Updated: 12/2011)
  • IP Cam Controller - Platforms: Windows Phone 7 Cost: $2.99     (Last Updated: 12/2011)
  • IP Cam (Lite/Pro) - Platforms: HTC Thunderbolt/Android Cost: Free/$3.99    (Last Updated: 11/2011)
  • IP Cam Viewer Pro - Platforms: iPad Cost: $3.99     (Last Updated: 11/2011)
  • iSpy - Platforms: Windows Cost: Free     (Last Updated: 11/2011)
  • mydlink Lite (Android) - Platforms: Android Cost: Free (Last Updated: 11/2011)
  • mydlink Lite (iPhone) - Platforms: iPhone Cost: Free    (Last Updated: 11/2011)
  • mydlink+ (Android Tablets) - Platforms: Android Cost: $0.99 (Last Updated: 12/2011)
  • mydlink+ (iPad) - Platforms: iPhone Cost: $0.99    (Last Updated: 04/2012)
  • Netcamviewer - Platforms: iPhone/Windows Cost: Free/$1.99    (Last Updated: 04/2012)
  • NVR Viewer - Platforms: OSX Cost: Free/$9.99    (Last Updated: 02/2011)
  • RavenShoeSecurity - Platforms: Web Browser Cost: $4.95/month (Starting)    (Last Updated: 03/2012)
  • tinyCam Monitor - Platforms: Android Cost: Free/$1.99    (Last Updated: 12/2011)
  • Vitamin D - Platforms: Windows/Apple Cost: Free/$49/$199 (Last Updated: 02/2012)
  • Zoneminder - Platforms: Linux Cost: Free    (Last Updated: 12/2011)


Disclaimer: Non D-Link applications described in this post are not sanctioned by D-Link for monitoring video/audio streams with D-Link hardware. All reports describing the success and/or security of these software products for monitoring video/audio streams are solely the result of end-user experience and observation and third-party manufacturer claims. As such, DCS IP Camera owners who choose to use these products for monitoring video/audio streams do so at their own risk.
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Re: DCS IP Cameras - Compatible Third Party Applications to Monitor Video
« Reply #72 on: August 15, 2012, 11:59:25 AM »

The following is a current list of available D-Link DCS compatible software products for monitoring video/audio feeds from D-Link DCS cameras. For the benefit of our user community please limit contributions to products you've personally tested.  Please post your contributions as a reply to this thread and I'll add them to this master list.

Please include the following minimal information in your reply: product name, website, supported platform(s), cost, and a brief product review/overview.

Below is a summary of everyone's input thus far. Please let me know if any information on this list is incorrect or requires updating.

DCS IP Cameras - Compatible Third Party Applications to Monitor Video

  • Blue Iris - Platforms: Windows Cost: $29.95/$49.95     (Last Updated: 08/2012)
  • D-ViewCam - Platforms: Windows Cost: Free     (Last Updated: 11/2011)
  • evoCam - Platforms: Mac Cost: $30     (Last Updated: 08/2012)
  • iCamViewer - Platforms: iPhone Cost: Free     (Last Updated: 08/2012)
  • IP Cam Controller - Platforms: Windows Phone 7 Cost: $2.99     (Last Updated: 12/2011)
  • IP Cam (Lite/Pro) - Platforms: HTC Thunderbolt/Android Cost: Free/$3.99    (Last Updated: 11/2011)
  • IP Cam Viewer Pro - Platforms: iPad Cost: $3.99     (Last Updated: 11/2011)
  • iSpy - Platforms: Windows Cost: Free     (Last Updated: 11/2011)
  • mydlink Lite (Android) - Platforms: Android Cost: Free (Last Updated: 11/2011)
  • mydlink Lite (iPhone) - Platforms: iPhone Cost: Free    (Last Updated: 11/2011)
  • mydlink+ (Android Tablets) - Platforms: Android Cost: $0.99 (Last Updated: 12/2011)
  • mydlink+ (iPad) - Platforms: iPhone Cost: $0.99    (Last Updated: 04/2012)
  • Netcamviewer - Platforms: iPhone/Windows Cost: Free/$1.99    (Last Updated: 04/2012)
  • NVR Viewer - Platforms: OSX Cost: Free/$19.99    (Last Updated: 08/2012)
  • RavenShoeSecurity - Platforms: Web Browser Cost: $4.95/month (Starting)    (Last Updated: 03/2012)
  • tinyCam Monitor - Platforms: Android Cost: Free/$3.99    (Last Updated: 08/2012)
  • Vitamin D - Platforms: Windows/Apple Cost: Free/$49/$199 (Last Updated: 02/2012)
  • Zoneminder - Platforms: Linux Cost: Free    (Last Updated: 08/2012)


Disclaimer: Non D-Link applications described in this post are not sanctioned by D-Link for monitoring video/audio streams with D-Link hardware. All reports describing the success and/or security of these software products for monitoring video/audio streams are solely the result of end-user experience and observation and third-party manufacturer claims. As such, DCS IP Camera owners who choose to use these products for monitoring video/audio streams do so at their own risk.
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Re: DCS IP Cameras - Compatible Third Party Applications to Monitor Video
« Reply #73 on: August 28, 2012, 05:50:59 PM »

I've used an app called 'D-Link Cams' by EyeSpyFX for probably 2 years on the iPhone and it
works with most D-Link cameras.. personally used it with the following-
DCS-7110, DCS-6610, DCS-5610, DCS-3110, DCS-3410, DCS-2230, DCS-2210, DCS-920
and DCS-3430.. I'm sure they support the rest of them..

Platforms - iOS, Android, Windows Phone, and Blackberry.
Cost I think is $4.99

Their website - http://www.eyespyfx.com/mywebcam.php
It's a basic app but not bad.. you can control a PTZ with it as well.
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Re: DCS IP Cameras - Compatible Third Party Applications to Monitor Video
« Reply #74 on: August 29, 2012, 04:47:14 AM »

I've used an app called 'D-Link Cams' by EyeSpyFX for probably 2 years on the iPhone and it
works with most D-Link cameras.. personally used it with the following-
DCS-7110, DCS-6610, DCS-5610, DCS-3110, DCS-3410, DCS-2230, DCS-2210, DCS-920
and DCS-3430.. I'm sure they support the rest of them..

Platforms - iOS, Android, Windows Phone, and Blackberry.
Cost I think is $4.99

Their website - http://www.eyespyfx.com/mywebcam.php
It's a basic app but not bad.. you can control a PTZ with it as well.

Thank you for your contribution. Added...
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