An application for video and audio transmission over a network
The latest version is 1.3.1, released 11 September 2018.
What's new in this version?
Any Mac with an Intel processor, running macOS (Mac OS X) 10.7 through 10.13.
To make full use of the features of the software you will need a video input device, such as a built-in iSight/FaceTime camera or a FireWire or USB camera. See the help page for a full list of supported devices.
For a version of RemoteSight that is compatible with PPC processors and Mac OS X 10.4, you can download the previous 1.0.4 version, although please note that this version is no longer officially supported.
RemoteSight is available worldwide and delivery is by internet download. Pricing is in British Pounds (GBP), although we also have options to pay in Euros or US Dollars for your convenience. The current price for RemoteSight is £15.90 for a single-user license, and £159 for a site license. A site license allows you to use the software on an unlimited number of computers on one site of your organisation.
Orders are handled automatically and you should get your license code immediately after purchase. To purchase RemoteSight, please visit our online store.
Terms & Conditions
You may try out RemoteSight free of charge for 30 days, after which time you must purchase a license if you wish to continue to use the software. Before purchase all features are available however the streamed video will include a demo message.
Using RemoteSight as an input to SecuritySpy, which is then recoding the video, accounts for one camera input of your SecuritySpy license. So for example if you have four iMac computers running RemoteSight, all sending video to another computer running SecuritySpy to record, then you will need four licenses of RemoteSight and one 4-camera license of SecuritySpy. If however you are just using SecuritySpy to view the video but not to record it, then SecuritySpy can be used free for this purpose (but you will still need the four RemoteSight licenses).