a) How does TeleEye prevent unauthorized person from receiving video?
Answer: On TeleEye RX Series Video Recording Transmitter, there are 2 security modes, Basic and Advanced. In advanced security mode, administrator can assign different access right between up to 20 user accounts which apply both on local OSD and remote software. Different access rights include audio monitoring, recording, playback, camera control, event control, video backup and system settings.
b) How does TeleEye prevent other people from changing the transmitter's settings?
Answer: Two login passwords would be associated with each TeleEye transmitter in basic security mode. If the user logs in the TeleEye transmitter using the 'general user password', he can operate on the transmitter, but he cannot change any of its internal setting. Only the user logs in the transmitter using the 'administrator password' would be allowed to change the transmitter's settings. In advanced security mode, administrator can assign different access rights including system settings between up to 20 user accounts.
c) How does TeleEye prevent its recorded video from editing by other people?
Answer: As TeleEye employs our proprietary video compression technique in video encoding, the recorded video can only be played back by using our TeleEye Player. In other words, the recorded video cannot be modified by using any other software.Select New Topic
a) Can M-101 M-Monitoring Solution work on Palm Pilot?
Answer: Generally speaking, the Palm Pilot does not have enough computation power for the TeleEye. So our TeleEye M-monitoring Solution is designed for PDAs running on Windows CE and Pocket PC 2002, like Compaq iPAQ, HP Jornada, etc.
b) What types of mobile phone can work with M-303 M-Monitoring Solution?
Answer: TeleEye M-303 can work on mobile phones with J2ME enabled, including MIDP 2.0, CLDC 1.0 and JSR135 supported. Mobile phone approval list can be found here.
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