How to Stream CCTV Cameras

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How to stream CCTV Cameras in Internet Explorer

CCTV Mobile StreamingCongratulations on your new CCTV DVR system! This guide was made to make managing your business remotely as simple as possible. If you need assistance after reviewing, don’t hesitate to give us a shout! The first thing you want to do is get on your PC (does not stream online with Mac), and open up Internet Explorer (the blue ‘E’ on your desktop or start menu).

Now click on Tools –> Internet Options when Internet Explorer opens up. In your internet options window click the Security tab.

The Custom Level button towards the bottom. On the Security Settings window scroll down until you locate:

  • – Download unsigned ActiveX Controls.
  • – Initialize and script ActiveX Controls not marked as safe

Check both boxes to Prompt.

Press OK and press OK on your internet options windows to be sure the configuration is saved. These steps will assure the download of the DVR’s ActiveX controls to enable login. If using Windows Vista as your operating system, be sure to look around the how-to page for more details on complete integration (and troubleshooting) of our software. Start out by launching Internet Explorer 8 from your desktop. Navigate towards the top of the page and locate an option called Tools.

Once you click on Tools, click on Compatibility View Settings.

Now simply type in the IP address/domain name of the DVR you are trying to connect to in the “Add This Website:” field then click “Add”.

The IP address/domain name should now be added in the “Websites in Compatibility View” area. Proceed with closing out and restarting Internet Explorer. Please be sure you have exited out of all browser windows before restarting IE. In the address of the DVR as normal and you should see the web interface show as normal. You should also be able to turn Compatibility Mode on or off by clicking a small icon located at the end of your main address bar.

Note: If you still cannot access your DVR, you may need to adjust one more setting. Click on Tools, then Internet Options and choose the Advanced tab. Look for an option listed as “Enable memory protection to help mitigate online attacks” (the option is listed towards the bottom). Make sure this option is disabled (un-checked). Once done, click “Apply” at the bottom then “Ok”. Restart Internet Explorer and you should now be able to access the DVR’s web interface.

 

How to stream CCTV Cameras on PC

1. Download software by going to: www.icrealtime.com/support/supportsd.asp – it’s the first listing titled: “A1 – PSS – Remote Client Software (Windows Version)”
2. Once finished downloading, run or open the program to install. Just press next through the setup until it is done. Open program from your desktop, using admin / admin.
*Please see the document titled “ICRealtime DVR Manual” for official steps and instructions on how to use your DVR’s features.

 

How to stream CCTV Cameras on mobile phone

Android

Step 1: Launch the ICRSS app from your Android device. If you haven’t purchased the application yet, search “ICRSS” on your marketplace.
Step 2: You will immediately be greeted with your main viewing area. We first though have to setup your DVR/IP camera to connect to. Tap on the small gear icon to get to your settings menu.
Choose “Device List” from the selection of options.
Step 3: Tap on the “Edit” option at the top right then choose “Add” at the top left. This will take you to the page where you will be inputting all needed information to make the connection with your device.
DVR Title: Name it what you want so to recognize what type of device it is.
Server: Add in the IP address (IN or EXT)
Port: Add the TCP port of the device (usually 37777)
Username: Add the username you to log in with to the device.
Password: Add the password you to the log in with to the device.
Step 4: Once all information has been added and verified, tap on the “Ok” button at the top right to save the settings. You should now see the newly added device in your list. Tap on the “ICRSS” button at the top right to return to the main menu screen.
Step 5: Now choose the option “Live Preview” from the main menu selection. This will take you to your main viewing area.
Step 6: You should see four windows with a ‘+’ symbol in the center. Tap on the ‘+’ which will load your Device screen, then tap on the Device title. Your channel list will drop down. Tap a channel and the camera stream will load.

iPhone

Step 1: Launch the ICRSS app from your iPhone device.
Step 2: You will immediately be greeted with a four split viewing screen and a line of options below. We will first need to add the DVR(s) you desire to connect to.
Step 3: Touch the “Gear” icon to get in to settings and then choose “Device List”. Click “Edit” in the top right hand corner, then click “Add” in the top left corner. (If you UPDATED your Devices will be transferred so skip to step: 6)
Step 4: The “Device Detail” Screen will slide up and now you will need to fill in the fields.
Name: Name it what you want so to recognize what type of device it is.
Address: Add in the IP address (IN or EXT)
Port: Add the TCP port of the device (usually 37777)
Username: Add the username you to log in with to the device.
Password: Add the password you to the log in with to the device.
Step 5: Your Device has now been added to your Device list. Tap “Done” at the top right then tap “Settings” at the top left. Click “Save” at the top right.
Step 6: Tap “Live Preview” to bring you back to the original start up screen. You should see four windows with a “+” symbol in the center. Tap on the “+” which will load your Device screen, and then tap on the Device title. Your channel list will drop down. Tap a channel and the camera stream will load. Repeat for the next 3 windows if needed. Note that you can load cameras from multiple DVRs!
Step 7: Once you have a camera loaded in one of the windows, you can switch cameras by clicking on the numbers. Swipe the line of numbers that represent channels to the left and right to see channels from 1 through 32

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