Mark Law: This is what I'm looking for besides hamster.
Thank you sir!
JimmyKillroy: Dude... you are seriously awesome! Thanks for putting all this stuff up!
dangonaba: Hey Hamster, great video, do I also have to add the IP adress to the
GalaXy808 .: I wanna buy sec cam,I'm new of this,I have a question? If I buy foscam and
I'm gonna install 3 multiple,then I can connect at thesame computer like
you just explain,correct.hey thanks
GalaXy808 .: K thanks! For the in4mation.
GS NISMO: ok so is there a way to watch 2 cams same time on Google chrome or only IE
AwkwardHamster: I made a video recently on how to record using Foscam's software. I also
made a separate video demonstrating how I record using another software
called vitamin d. You can find both videos in my Foscam video playlist.
smky143: Ive been using that blue iris program but was wondering if anyone has tried
the ftp stuff yet? What are the good hopefully free ftp sites?
jamaican kingston: thanks so much for this video im going to buy one for my house
vanQ: Hi, have you tried to use Gmail for mail alert? and send it to yahoo mail.
I cannot make the Filter work on yahoo. I have tried different strings.
what only works is the Sender CONTAIN settings. other than that i cannot
figure it out. I have 3 cameras and want to filter it by subject/body
contents. Hope you could help. Thanks
McCuneWindandSolar: this is ok if you are using your own lan to view the cameras. but what i
want to do is beable to view it out of lan on the wan side from the
internet. would I sill use the same Port 80 because as of now I can view
them all on my side of the network. but when I long in from a computer
outside of my network. I can only view the one and when I click for the
others it shows there there but they don't pop up error unable to load. now
how do you set it up for viewing from internet thanks.
AwkwardHamster: I would suggest creating a port forwarding rule for each Foscam you want to
view from the outside. And, I wouldn't recommend using port 80 because you
have multiple Foscams. The Foscam internal IP can be on port 80 but the
forwarding ports rules on the router will be something like 8090, 80901,
and so on.
vanQ: Thanks, i already did that and was successful sending mails. My problem now
is, yahoomail cannot filter the messages from the alert. I cannot route the
message to go thru a certain folders... hope you could reproduce this with
yahoo filter and gmail as sender
asusavp3: I was looking for the multiple device setting for over an hour. Jesus I was
blind. Thanks for the good videos man.
proham116: hi do you still need to setup the second camera like the first with its
separate port and host dns before you add it like that?
DeaseyBros: Do you record any of streams? And if so how do you do it? I see the newest
Foscam has a SD slot for storing images and video but I was thinking of
doing something over the network.
AwkwardHamster: I would guess it's possible but I haven't tried it. I physically disabled
the speaker and mic on my Foscams. When I make my next comparison video
I'll test it out.
iryan74656: have you use EasyN ip camera before?
AwkwardHamster: I haven't tried Blue Iris but I tried vitamin d. I made a video
demonstrating it. The video is in the Foscam playlist. I'll try blue iris
over the summer when I have more free time.
AwkwardHamster: You're very welcome.
AwkwardHamster: Just IE. Maybe it'll be different with newer versions. But the models I
have can multiview on just IE.
AwkwardHamster: Hi. I made a video demonstrating this. You can find it in my Foscam video
playlist. It's called How to Setup Foscam e-mail Notification & Motion
AwkwardHamster: Yes. More so with the unique IP and it's own port forwarding rule on your
router. I use a separate port because of my router idiosyncrasies.
proham116: and add it to your router?
boer83: Can you hear audio from multiple cameras at once?
AwkwardHamster: I haven't taken the time to analyze firmware versions because it requires
me to have a control unit and a variable unit in order to perform accurate
Karen Ferguson: What is the difference in the firmware verisons. I have two of them from 2
cameras, same model but the main windows are different.
AwkwardHamster: what so you use to manage all of them? or do you manage them separately?