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CameraFTP Features

Use PC/Laptop as CCTV DVR Security System

You can use a webcam as a cloud based IP security camera. Just install CameraFTP Virtual Security System (VSS) software, which is available on Windows.

Use a PC as cloud based CCTV DVR system
Use PC as CCTV DVR System

The advantages of using PC/laptop as CCTV DVR Security System

  • You can use an OLD PC/laptop as a CCTV DVR Security System.
  • It is extremely easy to setup, requires little or no configuration.
  • A laptop/PC includes local storage; a laptop has battery.
  • A laptop/PC has a screen that can display multiple live cameras.
  • It can connect to multiple IP cameras and webcams (incl USB webcams).
  • It can record data to local storage and cloud storage at the same time, which is more secure than a regular DVR.

CameraFTP Virtual Security System Software

  • You just need to install CameraFTP Virtual Security System software (VSS) on a PC. You can then add IP cameras (or webcams) to VSS. VSS can support many cameras, dependent on your PC's speed. VSS can display multiple live cameras on your computer screen.
  • VSS can record footage to the local disk and cloud storage at the same time.
  • VSS supports image recording and video recording.

Download Camera Footage

  • You can download your footage from CameraFTP.com website.
  • You can very efficiently download footage using any FTP client software, such as FileZilla.

View live cameras or play back the recorded footage

You can use CameraFTP Viewer app to view your cameras online. CameraFTP has web browser based viewer and mobile viewer app for iOS and Android. Please go to App Store or Google Play to download CameraFTP Viewer apps. You can also visit www.cameraftp.com and click Software to download the viewer apps.

More details about CameraFTP cloud storage service and pricing

For more info about CameraFTP service and pricing, please visit cameraftp.com. For more info about how to configure an IP camera/DVR, please visit the Supported Cameras page.