NuSpectra has updated SiteZAP, its program for turning a Mac into a Webcasting server, to version 6.0.5. The update is free to all registered SiteZAP 6.0 users and can be grabbed at the
NuSpectra Web site.
Fixed in this version of SiteZap: Password Protection to audio and video Directory Indexing – quickly and easily view archived images Integrated Quick Setup Guide Display “flavors” let you quickly identify a particular document by color Documents automatically open on startup- no need for you to create a Startup Script QuickTime movie on motion detection or via AppleScript On-demand QuickTime movie clip generation Interframe AppleScripts in QT movies Anti-tamper passwords Faster, better, more reliable FTP engine with StayConnected feature Fully Carbon compliant
SiteZAP 6.0 facilitates live streaming audio/video Internet systems. It supports pan-tilt-zoom telerobotic cameras. With SiteZAP, you can control a camera using a Java applet in a browser. Plus, you can even locate the camera up to 1,000 feet from the server.
The US$1,995 tool offers directory indexing to let you quickly and easily browse a Webcam image archives, according to the folks at NuSpectra. SiteZAP also has several levels of password access with multi-user support for administrative control over content viewing (streaming and archived images), camera control, and remote AppleScript execution. SiteZAP’s browser control page has been designed using Macromedia Flash. Several “skins” are provided.
SiteZAP requires a Power Mac with video capture capabilities. Streaming audio/video and Web serving requires a static IP address. Audio requires an audio input such as CD, external microphone or audio-in. CarbonLib is also required on older Macs.