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M7LIVE v2.11 (Microseven streaming Engine) for Microseven IP Cameras released on (9/25/2013)

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M7LIVE v2.11 released. Supported all brands IP camera with RTSP protocol.

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September 24th, 2013 at 9:54 pm

M7LIVE v2.09 (Microseven streaming video server) released on (6/12/2012)

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M7LIVE v2.09 (Microseven streaming video server) released on 6/12/2012).

Release notes:
1. Add uPnP function. The benefit is that you don’t have to configure port forwarding on router, but you have to use uPnP router. Router will be added port forwarding information automatically after you install the M7LIVE v2.09.
2. Add opening ports and M7LIVE in Windows firewall, you don’t need to go to firewall setting to add ports and M7LIVE in Windows firewall.
3. Add a field for M7LIVE port, default is 7000. You don’t have not modify it unless you use only one PC or server installing M7LVE. Allow you change M7LIVE 7000 port from the second PC or server in the same local network.

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June 13th, 2012 at 12:45 am

M7LIVE 2.08 (streaming video server on microseven.tv) released on (6/1/2012)

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M7LIVE 2.08 (Microseven streaming server) released on 6/1/2012).
This version released to fix the issue from cameras after it is updated firmware ramdisk-nt3511h-v1.3.8.4,video streaming cannot be played M7LIVE on the website.
Download is available in microseven.com store, you need to use your Microseven ID to download it and update it on your server or PC.

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June 4th, 2012 at 11:05 am

M7IE and M7CMS log in username and password

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Software log in security for users instruction:

M7IE -> username and password is for network camera if user want to access to network camera.
Only one layer of username and password, default is username / password.

M7CMS -> 2 layers of username and password, one for M7CMS systems, and the second one is for M7IE username and password.

First layer is M7CMS users layer for M7CMS (M7 camera management systems), this username and password is for M7CMS systems which can control multiple network cameras. Multiple network cameras are over the network (WLAN or LAN and etc.). Each network camera has their own username and password.

Second layer is for each camera in M7CMS, you need to use network camera M7IE useraname and password when you set up camera display window in M7CMS.

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October 22nd, 2010 at 11:20 am

How to set up WEP KEY in M7 Network Camera Wireless Search?

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WEP KEY setup in M7 network camera wireless search:
Wireless Network

Mode: G

Security Options:

WEP

Security Encryption (WEP)

– Authentication Type: Shared Key or Both or Auto

– Encryption Strength: 64bit

these values need to be setup in your router of wireless settings.

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August 30th, 2010 at 11:56 pm

A Field Cam (Hydrologic Video from Remote Water Level Camera)

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FILED UNDER EQUIPMENT, IMAGE PROCESSING BY TROY

Here is a short time lapse video. It is a quick look at the challenging lighting conditions we are encountering in the field.


The camera is M7-RC550WS.

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June 3rd, 2010 at 12:55 am

Dana Point Beaches Webcam, California

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Dana Point Beaches Webcam is located in Dana Point, California. The Microseven network camera model is M7-HSDDNWS-26X. Live streaming is over the Internet and there is no delay on the 25 fps. It can be under very cold weather condition.

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May 30th, 2010 at 10:44 pm

Wilma Cam, Montana, USA

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Wilma Cam, Montana
Webcam is from Microseven network camera, model is M7-PTZDWS-18X . It is the popular IP network camera, there are Ethernet and wireless access to Internet and PTZ and 18X zoom.

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May 30th, 2010 at 7:43 pm

1 Mile Away From Microseven PTZ 26X Zoom Dome IP Security Camera

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Microseven 26X Zoom network camera can view about 1 mile away house from Walnut, California to Diamond Bar, California on the Internet.

Walnut Webcam

Microseven network camera is on link http://www.microseven.com/product/Network-Cameras-M7-HSDDNWS-26X-N.html.

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February 15th, 2010 at 11:39 pm