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I want to install an outdoor IP camera at my front door. I cannot find anything that has capture software that runs on a MAC. The only software I find run USB connected Cameras. Has anyone done this or know of a IP camera model that would work for this?
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This is great. Do you know of any others that can control cameras Pan and Tilt, Audio and such? I feel like I will have to use this for capture and the web admin page on the camera itself for pan/tilt and audio functions but would like an all in one solution.

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