News for Xeoma CCTV software for 2014
19 November 2014: New version Xeoma 14.11.19 is released! Improvements: faster H264 archive, enhancements for multi-client systems, added “Sound detector”, option to restrict/allow export for users, possibility to move licenses to another server. Download it now and start using it today!
22 September 2014: New beta version Xeoma 14.9.22 is finally available for download! New module, new options, new features, improvements of usability, Archive, Marking, Email Sender, Repeater, Xeoma Pro, and enhancements for resellers and enterprise-level security engineers – all this awaits you in the new beta version. Download it now and start testing it today!
18 July 2014: New version Xeoma 14.7.18 is ready for download! Improvements: enhanced ‘smart’ search for cameras; updates period extension with 50% discount; and Catalan localization. Give the new version a try and experience its enhancements!
23 June 2014: New Xeoma 14.6.23 is ready for download! Improvements: enhanced Universal camera (sound quality can be chosen), FTP upload, Email sending, Save to File modules, and export from the archive. Also, support for more PTZ cameras is added, so please give it a try!
4 June 2014: New beta version Xeoma 14.6.4 is released! Download the new beta version and try its improvements – ONVIF detection of PTZ cameras, and archive enhancements – now!
4 June 2014: New promo special offer: just contact us and get 1-day-trial period for Xeoma Cloud free of charge!
13 May 2014: Please welcome the new version Xeoma 14.5.19! In it, we added 2 new modules; view of archives in web browsers; more customization options; and more! Also, check out our new Xeoma Cloud subscriptions and licensing, and helpful videos that will make Cloud your favorite video surveillance type! Download the new version and try it now!
14 March 2014: Xeoma 14.3.14 is released! We are glad to introduce that Cloud mode interface was improved, as well as audio playback quality on Windows and Linux and compatibility with the D-Link DCS-3010 camera. Download the new version and try it now!
7 March 2014: New manual on how to use Xeoma video surveillance software on Linux will give you an insight into what basic steps to use Xeoma on Linux OS are.
7 March 2014: “My house is my castle”, are you sure? Many of modern houses are now equipped with the latest home security alarm systems, but it is important to put the security system in the right place in your house. How to find the right place and save the money? All answers are in our new article “Home’s weak points and protection“!
18 February 2014: Xeoma Beta 14.2.18 is released! We are glad to introduce the newly added possibility to set up cameras and chains in Xeoma Pro Cloud right in subscribers’ settings files. With customization utility you can now make a customized “Client-only” version of Xeoma to connect to a certain server by default. Starting from Xeoma 14.2.18 Android version supports updates via its interface. Check out the rest of the improvements and download the new beta version now!
11 February 2014: New version – Xeoma 14.2.11 – is released! New version improvements: now MJPEG streamed through RTSP protocol is supported, and you can use it in Xeoma Cloud as well. Also, password protection of the Main menu and Layout menu and some more IP and USB cameras are added. So download the new version now to try out the improvements!
20 January 2014: New version – Xeoma 14.1.20 – is released and ready for download! In the new version we have added support for special symbols keyboard in Xeoma Android app, ability to select a video input for your TV tuner and add GPS coordinates and speed data to camera image with the new Marking option. Last, but not least, Xeoma is now fully supported on CentOS. Download the new version now to experience all it has to offer!
14 January 2014: The experts predict city CCTV surveillance to continue being on the rise in the year 2014. What are the main reasons for that? How can city administration, businesses and residents benefit from city video surveillance? Find the answers in our new article “Public safety and the benefits of city CCTV surveillance“!
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