Q-See QT View HD
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Please be aware that by updating this app it will erase the DVR information, so we urge Before updating this app, please make notes on ip address, port number, user name and password. You will need to re enter these information back to the new app. For the instruction follow link below or go to www.q-see.com/support
*Q-See’s QT View HD for the iPad puts the power of peace-of-mind literally at your fingertips. *
Designed to work with our QT-series security DVRs, it allows you to check in on your property, business or loved ones anywhere, at any time. Receive instant e-mail alerts and see what’s happening with the swipe of a finger. It also allows you to take advantage of the iPad’s Retina display to show a level of detail never before available on a mobile device - allowing you to truly see what’s going on.
View live feeds from up to 9 cameras simultaneously, or review video recorded on your DVR. QT View HD takes full advantage of the iPad’s touch-screen technology to allow you to add or change video feeds, play back video or even control a pan-tilt-zoom camera . You can even take still images and save them on your iPad or send them as e-mail attachments.
With Q-See’s QT View HD on your iPad, you’ll never be out of touch.
Here is the link to the new QT remote monitoring guide that includes instructions for installing the Q-See QT view application on iPad:
What's New in Version v2.3
1.Support realtime live mode.
2.Support CMS function.
3.Reduce network delay.
4.Fix some bugs.
Inconsistent features between iPad, iPhone and Safari
With this app I am able to remote monitor my security system as advertised. I find all the inconsistencies annoying though. There are no status indicators for each camera as there are in the iPhone app and in safari. In the ipad app I can customize the multiple camera live feed to put what I want where but I can't do that in the iPhone or Safari. Many of the features only work In landscape mode on the ipad.
I'm giving this three stars because it does the basic job but in a clunky way. I wish there were better options to monitor my security system.
Are you kidding me? I've done Q-See updates before and it never deleted the server information. In fact, a couple of updates ago it added a couple of test servers which was helpful for debugging a remote connection. Now I do an update like I've done before an I've lost the server info, it's asking for different information and to enter my password twice as though I need to stutter or can't type. If I enter it wrong, wouldn't I just type it in again? Now I can't access my cameras at all from remote devices. Unbelievable that Q-See would leave all their customers hanging like this, unable to log in remotely anymore without any warning or help. Don't update to this version. Bring back the previous version!
Give me back my old version
The worst update ever for this app. You could of warned folks you drastically changed/screwed up the interface. You could of at least updated the screenshots to indicate the new changes,
Never mind the new annoying login, never mind the "Server List" in my camera view (sure you can hide it, but it just keeps coming back), but the biggest change that I hate the most is the removal of the alarm indicator on the bottom left of the screen. Made it easy to quickly identify which of my cameras are alarming at a quick glance.
Unfortunately I don't use iTunes on PC to backup my previous versions, otherwise I would of downgraded by now.
Last time I do an Update All in app store.
- Category: Utilities
- Updated: May 23, 2013
- Version: v2.3
- Size: 3.9 MB
- Languages: English, Chinese, Japanese, Russian
- Seller: Digital Peripheral Solutions Inc.
- © 2012 Digital Peripheral Solutions Inc
Compatibility: Requires iOS 4.3 or later. Compatible with iPad.