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Jerry Huang | IP CAM Controller v2.5.1 is now on Windows Phone store

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IP CAM Controller v2.5.1 is now on Windows Phone store

2. November 2012 20:16 by Jerry in IP CAM, Windows Phone

The new version (BTW Microsoft finally support 4 digits version numberLaughing) contains a new function - to share your camera's snapshot to social networks (Facebook and Twitter at the moment). How to do it? Pretty simple...

1) tap the share button (the 4th button at the bottom)


2) Choose which social network you would like to share



3) One off: if this is the first time you choose the social network, you will need to input your username and password of Facebook (in this case) and authorized my app to post update on behalf of you



4) then input the message (a.k.a status update), and share


Comments (3) -

Frank Pearman 1/12/2013 3:34:30 AM United States #
Frank Pearman

I have a few quick questions regarding your IP Cam Controller V2.5.1.  

I installed the trial version from WindowsMobile.com.  The app to works perfectly on both of my camera’s (Foscam and Y-Cam) – however, this only when I install one at a time?   Once I add the second camera to the app – neither are viewable.  

Is this because of trial version or am I doing something wrong in setup?
I like the app and have no problem in purchasing it if this would solve problem.  (What does the Green + sign and the Green 'arrow' represent on the camera setup page?)

For reference purposes – both of these cameras are viewable and work perfect viewing from same phone (Nokia Lumia 710) using a different Windows app (Aaltra IP camera viewer).   Therefore, I know DDNS and port-forwarding are setup correctly.   I had much rather use your application because it offers PTZ features for the Foscam F18910W.
thank you

Thomas Thompson 1/14/2013 4:22:10 AM United States #
Thomas Thompson

Want to buy this app for multiple devices. 2  new Nokia 920's and a Kindle Fire.  I am trying to get the cameras from an older Geovision PCM based system.  I just type in the public IP address along with the correct port but nothing is coming up. I have the correct port forwarding on the router but no luck. Any suggestions.
How come all web browsers will not support Geovision? Is it direct x or mpeg stream? In any case I would welcome the chance to purchase your efforts.

Jerry 1/14/2013 3:13:52 PM Hong Kong S.A.R. #

Hi Frank, if the individual camera working on single view screen, they should work on multiple view as well. Please contact me via the "contact" link on top of this web page for further follow-up.

Hi Thomas,
GeoVision is a bit complicated, it might be your GV has not been supported, please also kindly send me a message via the "contact" link on top of this web page. I will let you know how I would be able to help you.

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