It is possible to view your GeoVision via your mobile phone using GPRS, 3G and WiFi. There are a number of options using the built in webcam server of GeoVision:
1. 3GPP Video Streaming 2. Mobile 3. JPEG/GIF
The 3 options provide either streaming video or refreshing images. Which option you use will depend on your make/model of mobile phone. Below are some examples:
1. 3GPP Video Streaming
To use the 3GPP streaming video you will need a mobile phone with a video player that supports RTSP (Real Time Streaming Protocol) Open the Internet browser on your phone and enter the external IPaddress of your GeoVision system (e.g. 188.8.131.52).
You will then have the option of ‘3G’.
Selecting this will give you access to live streaming video and video playback.
2. Mobile Video Streaming
To use this option you will need to install one of three specialist phone applications; SSView, MSView or GView. Software is firstly installed on your PC and you simply copy installation files / continue the installation on your phone.
SSView V2 - designed for mobile phones that run on Java MIDP 2.0 or later (Symbian OS edition 7.0).
SSView V3 - designed for mobile phones with Symbian Nokia S60 2nd and 3rd edition operating systems (for example the Nokia N82 / N95).
MSView V2 - designed for mobile phones with Windows Mobile 5 and 2003 for smartphone operating systems.
MSView V3 - designed for mobile phones with Windows Mobile 6 Standard and Professional operating system.
GView V2 (also referred to as PDA View) - designed for PDA’s and mobile phones that run on Windows Mobile 5.0, 2003 for pocket pc and Windows Mobile 6 Classic / Professional operating systems (for example O2 XDA Orbit 2)
If your phone does not support any of the above operating systems then you may be able to simply view refreshing images by using your Internet browser as detailed in the 3GPP streaming guide above.