DDNS is the abbreviation of dynamic domain name server.
But nearly ANY internet connected IP camera that supports h.264 or MPEG-4 video over RTSP will work!(worry not, most moderately modern cameras support this) Let us know what type of camera you have and we'll tell you if we can re-stream it.From science experiments to art class and from math problems to history presentations, IPEVO Presenter and the high-quality video from your IPEVO doc cam have the power to bring materials to life and engage your students.*Note: There is no limit to installing IPEVO Presenter – on as many computers as you'd like – as long as it's not used for commercial purposes.Use the Open ALPR API and directly integrate Open ALPR's leading license plate recognition technology into your applications.
Open ALPR is cross-platform and can interoperate with a variety of programming language.The recommended DDNS service provider, and most importantly, it's complete free.After the Dyn DNS stops offer free dynamic DNS service, I moved to noip.com, we got a free sub-domain, it provides reliable service during the past three years, until now it's still running on our standalone DVR. No-IP Free Dynamic DNS (No credit card needed) is our entry level service.You buy a new IP camera to secure your home, but you want to access the IP camera not only from local network, but also from Internet.Regardless, you are using static IP address or dynamic IP address, whatever it's an IP camera or a set of standalone DVR or network video recorder, DDNS can help you to access the network devices from anywhere with a simply domain name (sub-domain name).Or contact us and we'll purchase a camera for you, or you can purchase one yourself and we'll configure it for you. Users connect to our servers, not your camera, to view and control your camera so no matter how many people are watching only one video stream comes out of your camera.