Xeoma
Xeoma
19.3.7

4.1

Xeoma free download for Mac

Xeoma

19.3.7
11 March 2019

Profesional-quality video surveillance software.

Overview

Xeoma video surveillance uses construction-set principle software to configure the exact system you need, simply and quickly.

Features:

  • Choose from simple to 100+ cameras large and multiple server systems.
  • Multi-features software for both beginners and professionals.
  • Modern interface design and touch-screen compatible control.
  • Easy to start, no installation or admin rights required: Xeoma auto-detects all your cameras and starts to work immediately after launch.
  • Hundreds of brands and models of IP cameras, Wi-Fi, USB, H.264, MJPEG, MPEG4, and PTZ cameras supported.
  • Work and control remotely on Windows, Linux, Mac OS machines, mobile devices, even behind firewalls.
  • Even having no cameras, use Xeoma to record your screen captures and enjoy watching world internet cameras.
  • Spy on your co-users: use stealth mode.
  • Allow operators to watch cameras, but not access settings: use protected mode.
  • Store footage locally into cyclic archive with built-in smart video player or send videos to remote machines running Xeoma, web servers, email, save them to user-specified directories.
  • Powerful motion detector allows you to set up zones of any shape and size and adjust sensitivity level to avoid false detection of small, specific objects or animals.
  • Use pre-record option to record video before event happens, or be notified by popping up Xeoma window when motion is detected. Scheduler allows you to switch on any functionality at specified date and time.
Xeoma will save you time, nerves and money! With surprisingly little effort, it turns your PC into a full-featured yet simple and enjoyable video surveillance system. You can use Xeoma to keep an eye on your house or workplace while you're away, watch your child play or sleep, monitor employees' work, control babysitter or caregivers, have an eye on car or other valuables and much more! Get excited about powerful possibilities of Xeoma, get impressed with its price-to-quality ratio. Download it now free of charge - get the best for you and your safety!

Note: Price reflects the "Lite" version and access to 1 camera. Additional pricing can be viewed here.

What's new in Xeoma

Version 1.0 (19.3.7):

Note: While Finder indicates this as version 1.0, the developer refers to it as 19.3.7.

  • Extra module: Added new module "FaceID". This module recognizes human faces in camera image and compares them to faces from database (a remote LDAP database or a database stored on the same machine). This module only works if connected after the QR Code Recognition or Smart Card Reader modules. QR Code Reader or Smart Card Reader get information about person’s ID and send this meta data to FaceID that searches the database for the person’s face with this information. It can be used in complex access control systems in restricted entry enterprises, in university campuses, in private residences, wherever greater level of security and identity verification of a pass holder is required. This module is purchased separately and activated over the Xeoma Standard or Xeoma Pro licenses. Available for testing in a trial version of Xeoma for 1 hour, after that reconfiguration is required.
  • Extra module: Added new module "QR Code recognition". The QR Code Recognition module is a filter module that scans the camera picture for QR code and when finds one, sends the video signal further along the scheme. This module is usually used in chain before the FaceID module which can compare face in camera view with a face of the person identified by that QR code. The module also works with the "Application Runner" module where it can send information about the QR code using the %TEXT% macro. It can be used in complex access control systems in restricted entry enterprises, in university campuses, in private residences, wherever greater level of security and identity verification of a pass holder is required. This module is purchased separately and activated over the Xeoma Standard or Xeoma Pro licenses. Available for testing in a trial version of Xeoma for 1 hour, after that reconfiguration is required.
  • Extra module: Added new module "SmartHome - RIF+". This module works with RIF+ automation devices. Various sensors can be connected to the device, and the module can receive their alarms. This module is purchased separately and activated over the Xeoma Standard or Xeoma Pro licenses. Available for testing in a trial version of Xeoma for 1 hour, after that reconfiguration is required.
  • Extra module: Added new module "Smart-card reader". The module receives information about the card holder from Omnikey access card readers and passes it further along the chain to the FaceID module to compare the photo from the database with the face of the person in front of the camera. It can be used in complex access control systems in restricted entry enterprises, in university campuses, in private residences, wherever greater level of security and identity verification of a pass holder is required. The module also works with the "Application Runner" module where it can send information about the access card using the %TEXT% macro. This module is purchased separately and activated over the Xeoma Standard or Xeoma Pro licenses. Available for testing in a trial version of Xeoma for 1 hour, then reconfiguration is required.
  • Extra module: Added new module "Camera-Embedded Detector". This module can use the built-in detectors and sensors of IP cameras that support the ONVIF protocol, as well as send commands to the camera. With this module in use, you can configure analytics rules in your camera, and stop using Xeoma detectors thus shifting some of the server load to the camera side. This module is purchased separately and activated over the Xeoma Standard or Xeoma Pro licenses. Available for testing in a trial version of Xeoma for 1 hour, then reconfiguration is required.
  • Extra module: Added new module "Moving to PTZ preset". When this module received alarms from previous modules in the chain, it can move a selected camera to a pre-defined position. The camera must support PTZ controls though ONVIF protocol. This module is purchased separately and activated over the Xeoma Standard or Xeoma Pro licenses. Available for testing in a trial version of Xeoma for 1 hour, then reconfiguration is required.
  • Added the ability to search for a person through archive recordings by uploading a photo. The search can be performed in archive recordings of one camera or several at once. To start the search, go to the built-in Xeoma archive viewer’s menu, select the Search by photo option, and upload the photo for search from your device. The function is especially in demand in the "Safe City" systems, in the search for missing or wanted people, as well as in commercial areas when investigating incidents. This feature is purchased separately and activated over the Xeoma Standard or Xeoma Pro licenses. Available for testing in the trial version of Xeoma: the search will yield only one latest incident where this person (face) was detected.
  • Added search through archive recordings by object types for the previously released Extra module "Object Recognition". Find this option in the Xeoma Archive Viewer menu. If object visualization is enabled, the recognized objects will also be visualized.
  • PRO: Added the long-awaited synchronization of archives with the SD card of an IP camera that supports the ONVIF protocol. If the connection with such a camera is interrupted for a while, the recording of events will continue to the camera’s memory card, and after the connection is restored, this missing segment will be downloaded from the camera’s video storage to the Xeoma archive. It works only with ONVIF cameras. Configure this feature in the "Preview and Archive" module settings.
  • PRO: Added failover (server backup) for the Xeoma Pro Your Cloud mode. Before this improvement you could do that with system tools. Now there’s the built-in Xeoma feature for such "hot" and "cold" servers. See more about Failover here.
  • PRO: Added LDAP support for devices under ARM architecture. Now all the advantages of active directories can be used on ARM devices like Raspberry, too.
  • PRO: License Plate Recognition: added the ability to set the number of frames the iANPR utility has to process. If it is not possible to limit the maximum speed of the traffic flow, this new setting, if used properly, can help avoid blurred frames, and thus aid in higher successful number recognition rate.
  • PRO: Improved search for license plates: now you can run the search through archive recordings for a license number directly from the ANPR log of recognized license plates.
  • PRO: Xeoma Pro Your Cloud: added the option to limit number of user-created interactive E-Maps.
  • Added the ability to automatically place active cameras (cameras with triggered detectors) in a separate tab. Try this option in the menu "Layouts" -> "Manage layouts" -> "Larger grid mode" -> "Show only active cameras". This innovation will allow you to use one of the monitors for displaying streams from cameras where alarm events occurred. The camera disappears from this tab in 10 seconds after the alarm event is finished.
  • Added long-awaited export of the archive in the timelapse form. Now you can specify the desired speed (frame rate) of the resulting piece before the export starts. This faster playback timelapse effect will help you quickly evaluate what happened outside the Xeoma Archive Viewer. If viewed in the Xeoma’s Archive Viewer, you can use the flexible playback speed to achieve the timelapse effect. This effect is widely popular for visualizing long processes: for monitoring of building erection, or in the scientific fields for watching over plant growth, chemical reactions, etc.
  • Added digital zoom for moving objects. Now, even if your camera does not have the PTZ (pan-tilt-zoom) functions, you can use the ability to automatically track objects or people in the field of view of the camera. Find this option in Main menu -> "Zoom" -> "Automatic objects tracking". If there are several objects in the frame, the automatic tracking still works flawlessly and monitors the largest object.
  • Added the ability to display a high resolution stream when viewing all cameras - including on mobile devices. Turn this smart option on in "Layouts" -> "Client decoding settings" -> "Video decoding on the client side for live preview") and select the settings that suit you and your device best with the slider below.
  • Multi-server mode: added the ability to use digital zoom. Now you can zoom in on the parts of a camera image in real-time and in the archive, even if you are connected to several servers at once.
  • Added the ability to download CSV reports from the server via client connection. Now you can get reports from smart modules wherever you are, even if you are connected to the server remotely. Perfect for verticals where mobility and fast assessing of work results is important; for those who want to have access to information anytime, anywhere.
  • Problem Detector: Added new camera defocus option. Now the program can automatically notify you when camera is out of focus suddenly. This new feature is a great addition for stand-alone systems that work for months without human supervision.
  • Added support for cameras that use the PSIA protocol, an ONVIF equivalent, which ensures successful synchronization of devices from different manufacturers within a unified system.
  • Added export of still pictures in PNG and BMP formats (in addition to previously available JPEG). Now you can export a snapshot of the archive recording in these common formats right from the archive viewer
  • Added the ability to assign access rights to groups of cameras. Ideal for systems with hundreds of cameras. Now you do not need to manually set the access rights to each camera separately. You can divide cameras into groups on any basis (for example, by their geo location) and assign rights to new and old operators to this or that set of cameras. Look for this option in the Main Menu -> Remote Access -> Users.
  • Added the ability to copy layouts and tabs from one client to another. Now you can share your tabs and camera order configuration with other users of your video surveillance system. Save it to a file and upload it for any other account through the Layouts menu.
  • Added the ability to prohibit users to change camera order, leaving the possibility to set camera order only to the administrator. Search for this feature in Main Menu -> Remote Access -> Users.
  • Increased efficiency of sending JPEG images with the %JPEG% ({JPEG}) macro due to getting rid of unnecessary coding.
  • Added new archive playback speeds. Now you can view your archives 60 and even 900 times faster. Suitable for systems with a lot of records to watch really quickly.
  • Added support for two options of overwriting the archive: by calendar days and by actual content. In the first case, the old recordings will be overwritten by new ones, for example, after 7 days have passed since the recording date, even if less recordings were made actually (for example, if motion detection was used). In the second case, the actual filling of the archive will be considered: the records will be overwritten, for example, when there are 7 days-worth of actual records stored.
  • Added the ability to request test licenses of the program directly from its interface.
  • Free rebranding: Added the ability to fill in the list of servers for clients to connect to with the parameter. Use this option to provide operators with a customized version of Xeoma with a list of servers to connect to already filled-in.
  • Added the ability to edit created PTZ tours. Learn more about PTZ presets and guard/patrol tours here.
Also, these issues were fixed:
  • Fixed possible crash when using webrtc in Xeoma Pro Your Cloud.
  • Fixed problem with recording archives in case of problems with the database.
  • Fixed possible failure of the client part when CUDA hardware acceleration is engaged.

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6 Xeoma Reviews

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Thumpinc
18 December 2012

Most helpful

Mystery meat navigation and interface which is very hard to follow. Demo doesn't allow you to save settings - so this is not a FREE license, it's a DEMO. Pricing is per camera so 8 cameras would cost about $129. Way too expensive.
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Version 12.12.7
MikeB3423
13 February 2014
Program looks nice, interface is simple. Many features that can be combined together and organize your own chain look perfect for me! The prie is't too high so the program is very affordiable!
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Version 1.0
The only thing I am sorry about is that I did not find this great software earlier ) I like the set of features, like the simplicity of work and adjusting the settings. The interface is magic  Did not expect something like this from such type of software product! So pleasant and user-friendly. I rate Xeoma 9 from 10 (just because there is always somewhere to grow!)
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Version 1.0
RobertPazdro
14 May 2013
Xeoma software is very useful and powerful. It has got a lot of features, for example: motion detection, alerts etc. Works on computers and phone devices. I'm happy with using this software - it's easy to use also for newbies. Many pros and I can't see any cons. It's worth of its price.
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Version 12.12.21
Marcoman
06 January 2013
Downloaded the trial version. After becoming familiar with the "Module" layout style of the program, there seems to be many nice features for video surveillance. The big drawback for me is the video file formats. Non of the offered video files will play on my Mac with Mountain Lion. The available files are AVI codec and Xeoma does not offer the MOV codec as an option for saving video files. Therefore all the video being captured and saved is not viewable on my Mac. Apparently the software is not designed to function entirely on a mac.
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Version 12.12.21
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MisterE
MisterE
27 May 2013
First off, AVI is not a codec, it's a container that could contain video encoded with many different codecs. Secondly, your Mac can play the AVI video just fine if you install the correct codec for quicktime to decode it or, just use VLC which plays everything like the rest of us do.
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Thumpinc
18 December 2012
Mystery meat navigation and interface which is very hard to follow. Demo doesn't allow you to save settings - so this is not a FREE license, it's a DEMO. Pricing is per camera so 8 cameras would cost about $129. Way too expensive.
Like (1)
Version 12.12.7
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nobody2011
nobody2011
26 December 2012
I agree with you. Go to their site for prices http://felenasoft.com/xeoma/en/buy/
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Gregy-W-
11 August 2012
I have tested many surveillance programs and this one is the best: much easier to use, unusual but very interesting interface, works without problems and have many features. I have 1 camera and use free version. Will buy new IP camera soon and buy Xeoma for sure! Great program! I can recommend for everyone.
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Version 12.8.4
$10.95

4.1

App requirements: 
  • Intel 64
  • Mac OS X 10.7.0 or later
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