ipCam turns your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad into a Wi-Fi network IP camera.
- Stream images, video & audio to compatible applications including most web browsers and our iCamSource and iCamSource Pro apps.
- Select either the front or back camera.
- Turn the Flash on and off via the Web Interface.
- Adjust the image size, quality, and frame rate.
- Auto-rotate the image based on device orientation.
- Optional Date / Time image overlay.
- Optional 4:3 aspect ratio image crop.
- Digital Pan / Tilt the 4:3 cropped image.
- Optional Login & Password for additional security.
- Tapping the video preview toggles darkening the screen.
- Dynamic DNS support for DynDNS and No-IP users.
- Automatic Port Forwarding for routers that support UPnP or NAT-PMP.
Once ipCam is running you can connect to its Web Interface from most any modern web browser that is also connected to your local network by entering the http://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx/ URL located at the bottom of the screen.
The Web Interface gives you access to various image, video, and audio links in addition to the links that control the Flash and Pan / Tilt functionalities, when available.
Please visit http://skjm.com/ipcam/ for more information.
- Fixed audio streaming issue.
Ratings and Reviews
Does not require any additional software on the browser. Flexible enough for any stream capture client. Exactly what I was looking for.
Only one issue.
I sat down for hours trying to figure out the best way to set up my iPhone and iPad as wireless cameras for a twitch stream. I had heard of a couple of $5 apps, and was willing to pay to make this work. I found that every app I had come across was difficult. You had to install software on the computer, and it was really unreliable.. crashing, showing blank video, or locking up completely. Getting the stream set up each time would require loading up multiple programs, and resetting my scene. (Each of these apps only allowed one device)
I almost didn't jump in on this app because it was paid only. They should offer a free stamped/low quality version to try out.. but that's not the issue I had with it. This app is browser based, and because each device is given a link based off its IP, you can have multiple websites. You have a decent amount of settings you can play with for video feed quality, and once you set up your scene for the first time, all you have to do is launch the app on the devices and they automatically pulled up on the stream. Fantastic.
My issue: There is no way to lock or set orientation to landscape. If you tilt the phone sideways it will go to landscape, but if you try to set the phone flat, or even remotely close to flat, it will pop back to portrait. And there's nothing on the phone itself that shows whether it's portrait or landscape. I had to open the website and watch. I'm trying to do an overhead shot of a table, and this may not work for it if I can't figure this out or dev doesn't fix this issue. Maybe I can portrait lock it and see if I can manually turn the video feed in twitch 90 degrees.. that's another day I suppose.
Thanks for a great app.
Not a true functional ipcam waste of money.
After spending more than enough time with this.... Here's what I found out...
Here is the short of it: "to view iPhone "ipcamera" outside of the network.... You have to have a computer running iCamSource on the same network. That takes signal and allows you to view via iCamSource. You can't just turn on ipcamera and view from down the street.... And at this point they don't plan on taking the time.... To do what they make you think this thing is going to do. I found iCamSource very usefull for my computer lab and laptop. This app is not. It's clear the positive reviews are friends of the developers. As you will see reviews after this hopefully.... will tell the true nature of this app... Totally lame..... Here's info that I came across.
ipCam allows your camera enabled iPad to function like a network IP camera. """"NOT""""" ipCam therefore needs to be connected to a computer running iCamSource ..
The functionality of iCamSource built into ipCam has been requested in the past and is currently on our list of potential features to implement in the future. Unfortunately, we do not have any immediate plans to develop that feature.
Uhhhhhhh develope this feature???? I bought this ... Because you do not make it clear you need a laptop or computer running to view outside the network to use with your own product iCamSource.... Stupid.... What a joke.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.