Mace Dvr Software Download

XMEye is the popular App that designed for various inexpensive IP cameras and NVRs/DVRs. XMEye makes remote video monitoring via smartphones become super easy. However, this App is only compatible with Android (Smartphone, Tablet) and iOS (iPhone, iPad) devices. Is there any software for the PC which can be used for Windows or Mac PC? Well, we are delighted to introduce you the replica which recently has been released by the Xiongmai (XM). VMS is an acronym for “video monitoring software”.

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Top Best License Free VMS Software for IP Cameras/NVRs

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As the latest central monitoring station software, the VMS now adopts Apple skin and user-intuitive UI design. Unlike the conventional CMS software, the new software is easy to use. Despite supporting both Windows (Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10) and Mac OS, it also can be compatible with network cameras from Xiongmai, Hikvision, Dahua, and other ONVIF compliant brands. VMS is also a freeware, offering up to 64 channel video monitoring capability, depending on your PC's hardware performance, it makes video monitoring over PC become smooth and straightforward. Lastly, this software can support local video surveillance but also the remote surveillance.

This software is license-free, no trial, no registration is required, it supports up to 64-channel video monitoring and has a very friendly UI design. WE DON”T OFFER ANY SUPPORT FOR IT! You can find common FAQs in comment sections.

Download XMEye VMS for PC

Download from server in China:
  • Windows OS: http://t.cn/EVNrcyW (64bit released on July, 2017)
  • Windows OS: http://t.cn/EVNBrjF (32bit released on Feb, 2017)
  • Mac OS: http://t.cn/EVNrHap (released on September, 2016)
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  • Windows 64 version: Click Here!
  • MacOS X version (Apple computers): Click Here!

If you wish to add Dahua or Hikvision cameras/DVRs/NVRs to VMS, you can use another version that comes with Dahua and Hikvision protocol, you can download from here!.

After sharing the article, it will reveal download link, you can download VMS that compatible with Windows and Mac computers from Googledrive.

How to use the VMS software?

Download and install the VMS software.

Login with default account information (account & password: admin). After login, navigate to [User Manager] to modify the account, or manage the account.

After login to the VMS, you will see all the features which the VMS supported.

General Functions

  • Monitor: Watch security video (preview)
  • Device Manager: Add/delete IP cameras/NVRs/DVRs
  • Playback: Play the recorded video clips
  • Record Settings: Storage space setting, recording modes

Config Manager:

  • Device Config: Config the connected IP cameras/DVRs/NVRs
  • Alarm Config: Enabled/Disable Motion detection, camera masking, video loss, Alarm I/O
  • Tour Setting: Tour setting for PTZ cameras
  • User Manager: Manager the user accounts
  • System Config: Config the VMS software settings

Extensions:

  • Map: Google map integration
  • Decoder: Decoding video footage
  • Backup: Backup all the settings of VMS software
  • Batch Upgrade: Update/Upgrade the firmware of devices remotely

Add the Cameras/DVRs/NVRs to VMS

Navigate to [Device Manager], the VMS will list all the available devices that in the same network. You can click 'Search again' menu to start to search for devices. If you wish to add the camera which are not in the same network, then you have to add it manually.

Click [Manual Add] to add the device manually, input the user-defined name, then select the group. If adding the camera from the same network then select [IP/Domain] value on login type column, if you wish to add the camera for remotely video monitoring (not in the same network/accessing from a different place), then should select [CloudID]. Vendor selection list includes XM, HK, DH, ONVIF, choosing the appropriate one according to your device's brand. After completing the other input, click [Save and Continue] to add the device.

Note: If choosing IP/Domain, it's required to input the camera's IP address or domain name, using the default port number 34567, if you don't change the port number in your device (IPC, DVR, NVR). User name and password are the device's account info.

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M.A.C.E. is still at very early stages of development, but will eventually add here more ways to try the emulation out. Currently, we have a couple pre-packaged Application bundles available for you to try out on Mac OS X and Windows 10 platforms below.

NOTE #1! In Mac OS X version, holding down the “Shift” key when starting an application will perform a “soft-reset” of the bundle, which may help if any of the contained files gets accidentally damaged. This will in particular restore resource forks of certain applications which are modified on the fly, for example ZeroGravity or Continuum which save high-scores in the application resources. (For Windows version, you need manually delete the file system cache folder – see below)

NOTE #2! As of MACE 0.1 beta 7, the bundles use Application Support folder in the User’s Library folder as storage for writable file system, so if you create any files and/or saved games you wish to preserve, you will find them in Application Support/MACE/<application-name>/vfs folder in AppleDouble format. On windows, the location is Users/<username>/AppData/Roaming/<application-name>/vfs.

Blob Manager Demonstration

Software

Blog Manager Demonstration is an interesting “Game”, which contains a number of games. It was released by Paul DuBois as public domain in 1986.

macOS 10.9+ (notarized, 64-bit)

Mac OS X 10.6+ (unsigned, 64-bit)

Windows 10 (unsigned, 64-bit)

Mac Concentration

Mac Concentration is a “match pairs” memory game written by Daryl L. Scott in 1985, released as freely distributable.

macOS 10.9+ (notarized, 64-bit)

Mac OS X 10.6+ (unsigned, 64-bit)

Windows 10 (unsigned, 64-bit)

Continuum 1.04

With kind personal permission by Brian Wilson, Continuum 1.04 from 1992 also now available for trying out as M.A.C.E. bundle below. He has also written a comprehensive history and a lot of interesting details about the game on his website at https://www.ski-epic.com/continuum_downloads/.

macOS 10.9+ (notarized, 64-bit)

Mac OS X 10.6+ (unsigned, 64-bit)

Windows 10 (unsigned, 64-bit)

GunShy 1.3

Pc dvr software downloads

GunShy is a mahjongg clone written by E.C. Horvath in 1987-1990, distributed under every-ware permission.

macOS 10.9+ (notarized, 64-bit)

Mac OS X 10.6+ (unsigned, 64-bit)

Windows 10 (unsigned, 64-bit)

IAGO 1.0

The public domain game IAGO was written by David Reed in 1984.

macOS 10.9+ (notarized, 64-bit)

Mac OS X 10.6+ (unsigned, 64-bit)

Windows 10 (unsigned, 64-bit)

Missile

With kind personal permission by Robert Munafo, the original Missile version 2.3 from 1984 is also now available for trying out as M.A.C.E. bundle below. If you like, you can also read history of Missile on his website.

macOS 10.9+ (notarized, 64-bit)

Mac OS X 10.6+ (unsigned, 64-bit)

Windows 10 (unsigned, 64-bit)

Stunt Copter

Stunt Copter was developed in 1986 by Duane Blehm, before sadly passing away in 1988. Later, the game (and its source code) was released to public domain. The version we’ve added here packaged with M.A.C.E. is the unmodified original 68K version.

macOS 10.9+ (notarized, 64-bit)

Mac OS X 10.6+ (unsigned, 64-bit)

Windows 10 (unsigned, 64-bit)

ZeroGravity 2.0

ZeroGravity is another game written by Duane Blehm in 1987, which was also released to public domain.

macOS 10.9+ (notarized, 64-bit)

Net Dvr Software Download

Mac OS X 10.6+ (unsigned, 64-bit)

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Windows 10 (unsigned, 64-bit)