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WebView Livescope


Application Name WebView Livescope
Version 1.0
License Type Freeware
The program is completely free to use.
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Get Direct http://www.usa.canon.com/app/html/x-zone/xzone/
[ This program can be obtained directly from its developer ]
Remote network camera control

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Description The WebView Livescope is a video distribution system developed by Canon. Live video captured by the camera can be distributed via the Internet or an Intranet and viewed on a PC. The most prominent feature of the WebView Livescope is that the viewer can remotely control the camera.

The procedure for connecting the camera server to a network is almost identical to that of a standard PC-LAN connection. The camera server requires one fixed global IP address.

In an Internet environment, the frame rate varies depending on the line bandwidth and the parameters listed below.

VB101 settings (Capture size, video quality, number of simultaneous clients etc.)

Line conditions between the camera server and the Internet.

The bandwidth of the line between the viewer PC and the Internet and the load condition of the PC being used

Routing condition in the Internet

In the Intranet environment (Ethernet LAN), the frame rate varies depending on the network condition and a PC performance, but a maximum of 30 frame/sec can be achieved.
Installation Instructions Copy CAB file to handheld and tap on it to install.
Tags remote, webcam
Popularity 1531
Total Downloads 15
Submitted By Rich Hawley
Submitted On 27 February 2014


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