Watch and use devices for video surveillance on your iPhone iOS 4 with new updated AirBeam v1.1.
Appologics have announced today that new AirBeam 1.1 has had great features updated to the authentic style of video monitoring in the previous edition. AirBeam by Heiko Straulino streams high-resolution video in real-time with up to 30 frames a second, this can be used between multiple devices of the iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch and on a WiFi network.
The option to use your device as a remote monitor of a surveillance camera is a great feature especially the simultaneous multi-device options. This AirBeam application has a new password protection, adaptive video encoding and the abilities for the MacOS user available in the near future. Since my previous report on PR last month, at the time of the original release of AirBeam 1.0, more new features have been updated.
A new adaptive video encoding allows for video quality improvements and framerate, this is due to constant monitoring of the quality of the network connection and adapts the bitrate of the video stream. With an open WiFi, the password protection stops anyone tampering without consent. The adjustable video buffering lets the video playback run smoother and accesses adjustable latency for audio lipsync.
Battery powers are conserved with screen off on camera devices, and with the Mac compatibilities, coming soon an option to view on the Mac OS will be another welcome addition. For more information visit the App Store.
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