AirBeam allows you to watch and hear on your Mac what the cameras of your iPhones, iPods or iPads see and hear. AirBeam receives high quality video and audio in realtime from the cameras and microphones of any number of iPhones, iPods or iPads on a WiFi network - even from multiple devices simultaneously.
AirBeam turns your Mac into a flexible remote surveillance system. Use it together with your iDevices as a babyphone, for serious surveillance, to keep an eye on your cat, a FPV cam in your remote control toys…there are hundreds of useful and not so useful things you can do with it.
AirBeams features in detail:
* High Quality Realtime: Watch video and hear audio in amazing quality. Watch and hear in realtime thanks to AirBeam's low latency encoding and transmission technology.
* Zero Configuration: No need to manually configure device addresses. AirBeam automatically discovers all AirBeam cams on your network and you can instantly watch them.
* Video Recording: Seeing or hearing something on AirBeam you want to remember? Just press the record button and it will be recorded.
* Motion and audio detection: Trigger recording based on detected motion or audio or get visual and acoustic alarms.
* Multi Camera: Watch as many camera devices as you want simultaneously.
* Fullscreen: View the cameras in fullscreen and flick through them with your touchpad.
Want to know more? Visit our website and watch the AirBeam demo video.
* To use AirBeam you need to install and run AirBeam for iOS on your iDevices. AirBeam for iOS is available for USD 3.99 (or equivalent amount in other currency) in the App Store on your iPhone, iPod or iPad.
* If you also want to share your Mac's cameras and watch them on your iDevices, you need to use AirBeam Pro.
* Fixed memory leak bug when streaming in MJPEG format
* Fixed issue preventing remote control of phone torch
* Bugfixes and optimizations for OS X Sierra
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This is a good idea that doesn
I purchased Airbeam for the sole purpose of using to use a live audience feed onto the big screens at this years New Years eve bash. I used Airbeam at home for the past two weeks without a problem. Instant hookup. But the day of the gig arrived and there was nothing I could do to get this program to work. This was extremely embarrassing and I believe I lost the next NYE gig because I boasted about how cool it would be to incorporate this into my VJ show. I tried the ip address manual fix , the URL fix and nothing worked.I tried all listed troubleshooting techniques except for trying to call the company on New Years Eve which was not going to help I assure you. I tested my Ipad and Mac and they were both working and Safari was totally usable. I was online and the internet was great. So tell me if there are any other apps out there like this one that actually works…please. I cannot tell you how bad of a failure I felt after trying to get this Airbeam to work….in front of 580 ppl.
When I run Airbeam 1.4 on my phone, which is the latest version. This Mac App says that it cannot view the phone's video because the Airbeam software is a different version, and it tells me to upgrade the airbeam software. I can view the video through a browser, but not through this app. So this app is pretty much useless until they fix the bug. The iPhone software seems to be functioning correctly, but this Mac client is not. It is frustrating though, because you can SEE the camera, and the motion detection works… you just cannot click to view the camera in normal full sized video display. So just use your browser to view your airbeam cameras.
Anyway, what would REALLY be usefull is to be able to view the Mac's camera on a mobile device. And to be able to do so, even when you don't happen to be on the same network. Right now this does not seem to be very useful unless you are just setting up a baby monitor.
iPhone camera app works great. Mac viewing client useless
I downloaded the iPhone video app (which is not free), and then tried to view it using this app on my Mac. If found the iPhone, but it was stuck at a frame rate of about 2/second. Completely useless for what I wanted to do. On the other hand, if I connected to the iPhone directly with a web browser while the AirBeam app was running, it worked great. If you want to use your smart phone as a webcam, just connect with the browser and skip the Mac client.
The developer, Appologics UG (haftungsbeschrankt), has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple.
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The developer will be required to provide privacy details when they submit their next app update.
- Appologics UG (haftungsbeschrankt)
- 17.8 MB
- Photo & Video
- Requires macOS 10.9 or later.
- Age Rating
- © 2017 Appologics
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.