- Thumbnail Screen (v1.9) on iPad
- Swipe up or down on the thumbnails (one finger) to toggle the camera label visibility
- Swipe up or down on the thumbnails (two fingers) to toggle the lower toolbar visibility (or press the “x” icon on the lower right side of the screen).
- Swipe left or right to switch between pages of available cameras.
- Long-press (press and hold) a particular thumbnail to bring up a context-sensitive menu of options for the camera.
- Visible in public camera mode only, this menu allows you to perform simple searches of the camera database
- Press this to bring up a list of camera categories or groups to view. You may choose between the public camera lists or your own private security devices.
- In public camera mode you can choose between various categories of cameras (not all are categorized) or choose to view a random set of cameras.
- In private surveillance mode you can select all cameras, favourites, or one of your pre-defined groups of cameras (up to 9)
- To add your own camera to the app, first select “All Cameras” from the private list. The add camera button will appear on the lower tab bar.
- Thumbnails – View a grid of live thumbnails for each camera. Pages of cameras are available by swiping left and right if too many exist to fit on the screen at once. You may alter the number of thumbnails shown by using the Settings menu, then Application Settings, then Video.
- List – If you are concerned about data consumption on a cellular network you can choose to use list mode instead. Each camera is displayed in a separate row as a text label.
- Map – Show the current group of cameras on a map (if GPS coordinates exist)
- Application Settings – Toggle or set various options to alter the overall behaviour of the application (audio start/stop behaviour for private cams, PIN codes for app security, startup with specific camera groups and more!)
- Help – View the documentation (you are reading now!)
- Visible in private surveillance mode only, this menu allows you to add a private camera to the app. This data is not published anywhere and the data is stored securely on your device. No other app users can access this. If you wish to share the camera across other devices you own you can use the Import/Export feature found in the Application Settings menus.