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MAC OS COMPATIBLE?

asked on December 11, 2012

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Note that the evocam link should have been to eVological.com (but thanks for the info, DP!)
just another geek answered on August 29, 2013
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Nancy, Don't pollute your Mac with Windows stuff. Blue Iris is NOT Mac compatible. Get Evocam from ecological.com instead for $30. It has all the same security bells and whistles such as multiple camera viewing, camera labeling, motion detection, recording, time and date stamping, notification, etc. It's compatible wit… see more Nancy, Don't pollute your Mac with Windows stuff. Blue Iris is NOT Mac compatible. Get Evocam from ecological.com instead for $30. It has all the same security bells and whistles such as multiple camera viewing, camera labeling, motion detection, recording, time and date stamping, notification, etc. It's compatible with a wide range of cameras.
If you have Foscam cameras, uFoscam is a much more basic control program that relies on the built in motion detection and notification features of the camera. It's available from Apple's app store for $7. see less
Nancy, Don't pollute your Mac with Windows stuff. Blue Iris is NOT Mac compatible. Get Evocam from ecological.com instead for $30. It has all the same security bells and whistles such as multiple camera viewing, camera labeling, motion detection, recording, time and date stamping, notification, etc. It's compatible with a wide range of cameras.
If you have Foscam cameras, uFoscam is a much more basic control program that relies on the built in motion detection and notification features of the camera. It's available from Apple's app store for $7.

DP answered on February 2, 2013
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Here is the install specifications.http://blueirissoftware.com/7.html
Os also has a program to run windows on it as well.
http://www.macworld.com/article/1164817/the_best_way_to_run_windows_on_your_mac.html

Myztik answered on December 12, 2012
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