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Topic # 101836 9-May-2012 22:10 Send private message

Heads up

IP Cam Viewer Basic/Lite/Pro (Robert Chou).

The current version (4.7.7) now includes selectable links to all the listed New Zealand Transport Authority's traffic cameras (periodic snapshots). Previously only the Auckland cameras were included. (Does not include the Wellington CityLink camera snapshot links but these can be added manually as "Generic URL"s.) NZTA euphemistically claims these are "live" "real-time" webcams but the snapshots when actually refreshed appear to be some minutes behind NZ time when viewed in IE on PC via ADSL.

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Ultimate Geek

  Reply # 622630 10-May-2012 07:20 Send private message

Cheers just downloaded the tablet version on my Sony S Tablet and going to see if I can connect them to my works Vivotech IP camerass.

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  Reply # 622643 10-May-2012 08:13 Send private message

I have been using this app for a couple of years and it works fine on our Vivotek cam server

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