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Thread: What cameras work with Homeseer. or doesn't it matter.

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    Default What cameras work with Homeseer. or doesn't it matter.

    CAn the pan and tilt cameras be used with this software
    normal video cameras or do you need IP cameras?

    Any info would be greatly app.

    Thanks

    Tim

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    Default Re: What cameras work with Homeseer. or doesn't it matter.

    Homeseer's web server uses server side processing (ASP/ASPX) so anything is possible if you are willing to learn the programming. If you look at my cameras at http://www.jon00.me.uk/hs.html, this uses RS232 control for the Pan/tilt Unit and Infra-red for the video switching. The video is analogue using Windows Media Encoder to provide the streaming. I have the standard Windows Media player embedded in a ASP for viewing.

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    very impressive

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    I use Panasonic IP cameras, which you can control via a browser, or HS can control, using the free plug-in, which can use the camera to take stills triggered by HS events.

    It looks as though any IP camera could be used.

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