SafeHomeCamera

SafeHomeCamera for PC and Mac

Published by yongxu jin on 2024-04-26

  • Compatibility: Available on Windows 11, Windows 10, Windows 7 & MacOS 10, 11, 10.11
  • Category: Utilities
  • Licence: Free
  • Software version: 1.0.1
  • File size: 9.39 MB


Download ⇩


SafeHomeCamera Overview

What is SafeHomeCamera? SafeHomeCamera is a home security and video surveillance app that allows users to watch live video from their cameras via 3G/4G or WiFi network from anywhere at any time. The connection is private, and streaming is a direct connection between the camera and the viewer app. Users can switch between multiple cameras, control video frame rate and resolution, and support up to 1280 x 720 high definition. To use the app, users need to download the SafeHomeCamera app from the Mac App Store and install the SafeHomeViewer client app on their iPhone or Mac. Users can add cameras by IP or QR code and configure their network properly for streaming to work correctly. It is essential to open TCP port 5566 in the router to access the camera outside the home.


Screenshots

→  



SafeHomeCamera Features and Description

1. It is important to OPEN TCP port 5566 in your router, so that you can access camera outside home.

2. 2.If Camera and Client are NOT on the same network(away from home) Please use Public IP to connect to Camera.

3. If Camera and Client are on the same network, Please use Local IP to connect to Camera.

4. 2.Connection is private, Streaming is direct connection between camera and Viewer App.

5. Step 2: Download and install the "SafeHomeViewer" Client App on iPhone or Windows.

6. Step 1: Download the "SafeHomeCamera" App from Windows App Store .

7. SafeHomeCamera is home security and video surveillance App, SafeHomeCamera streams video to you when you are not at home.

8. Please refer your router manual on how to setup port forwarding.



Pros:

  • - Easy to set up
  • - Recognized the camera right away
  • - Painless configuration with QR code
  • - Connected to the SafeHomeCamera server without issue

Download SafeHomeCamera Latest Version



Download and Install SafeHomeCamera - PC

Download for PC - server 1 -->

PC Alternatives:
Get Alternatives for Windows

MAC Download:
Download for MacOS - server 1 --> Free

Installation Requirements

PC Compactibility/Requirements for Installation

Compactible OS list:
  1. Windows 11
  2. Windows 10
  3. Windows 8.1
  4. Windows 7
  5. Windows Vista

Requirements for MacOS Installation

Intel, 64-bit processor, OS X 10.7 or later.

Compactible OS list:
  1. macOS Ventura: 13.3
  2. macOS Monterey: 12.6.4
  3. macOS Big Sur: 11.7.5
  4. macOS Catalina: 10.15
  5. macOS Mojave: 10.14
  6. macOS High Sierra: 10.13

FAQs

SafeHomeCamera - Is it safe to download?

Yes. The app is 100 percent (100%) safe to download and Install. Our download links are from safe sources and are frequently virus scanned to protect you

Software Reviews and Criticism


  • By Irishendr1x

    DOES NOT WORK

    Tried setting it up and it just says disconnected from camera every time I try to view the stream.


  • By DeeCeeCo

    Doesn’t do anything

    Blank screen…delete!


  • By alchemusic

    very easy to set up

    This app was extremely easy to set up. SafeHomeCamera recognized the camera (Logitech HD Pro Webcam C920) right away. Both iOS and PC versions of the companion app (SafeHomeViewer) connected to the SafeHomeCamera server without issue. The iOS version even allowed for painless configuration by reading an on-screen QR code. Nice! Thus far, I have been able to connect through the "Local IP", but not through the "Public IP"... At first I suspected it was due to our firewall, but I added an exception for port 5566. When that didn't work, I disabled the firewall entirely. Still nothing. It would be nice to be able to access the camera when I'm out of the house, rather than just from the other room. I work from home, so for now, it's useful as a driveway camera to see if we are getting a delivery, or if someone is trespassing. A few features I would very much like to see added to this app: * A better implementation for internet (as opposed to just intranet) streaming. I haven't been able to get it to work, and I'm fairly tech savvy. * Some sort of security login. If anyone with the IP can view the camera feed, this is a major security vulnerability and privacy concern. * DVR capture with motion triggering; either on the server side, the client side, or better yet: both! It's nice to be able to monitor a webcam wirelessly, but what if something happens when I'm not watching the video feed? Unfortunately with this app, there is no permanent record of the event. Video recording would be a major, major improvement, and a highly desirable feature. Congrats to the developer for releasing a product that is easy to use and actually works (at least for local camera viewing...). Its features are minimal, however, so unless more features are added, I will probably need to transition to another system like zoneminder. Unfortunately, zoneminder is Linux-only with no Windows support; hence my desire to try SafeHomeCamera/SafeHomeViewer. UPDATE: Per the advice of another reviewer (thanks, hallamigo!), I went into my router's config (usually accessible through 192.168.0.1 or similar) and forwarded port 5566 to the Windows Mini I'm using as a camera server... BOOM! Fixed the remote connection issue. Now I can view the camera from my iPhone; even with wifi turned off (i.e. through the cellular data connection, which doesn't pass through the local network). :D This is a fairly advanced sort of tweak that the average computer user probably wouldn't know how to do. For this reason, it would really be ideal if it weren't necessary to do such things in order to connect to the camera remotely. But it does work!


  • By hallamigo

    Works great, as long as you open the firewall port

    I had to open up my firewall to allow the port and then forward that port internally to the computer that has the camera - once I did that it worked great. Seems to cut out a little here and there, but I'd blame that on the Internet.


Leave a review or comment


keyboard_arrow_up