- Timelapse and live streaming – Use your IP camera or jpeg image sequence
- Live stream video to YouTube, Facebook or File
- Multi camera operation
- Reliable and stable operation for long term timelapse projects – months or years.
- Archive locally and upload via FTP
- Single computer license for Windows computers – Version history
- 7-day trial included
Version 2.8.1042 – June 26, 2019
Incremental 2.8 version updates are free. Major updates require a paid upgrade (from 2.7 to 2.8 for example)
|IPTimelapse Pro 2.8.xxxx||$79|
|IPTimelapse Pro 2.8.xxxx Upgrade||Any IPTimelapse version Basic or Pro||$39|
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Quickstart: How to access your camera with IPTimelapse
|There are two ways to read a jpeg snapshot from an IP camera. One uses http and the other rtsp. In both cases you need to know the jpeg snapshot command string for your particular camera. Just entering the IP address for your camera won’t work. Camera manufacturers have defined a unique command string for this purpose.|
1) Consult the camera user manual or
2) Search online for rtsp and your camera model.
3) Search this amazing camera database
Examples of http and rtsp snapshot command strings –