Xeoma (32-bit) 15.10.22 Beta

4.1 out of 5 stars 4.1 (58 votes)


Linux, Mac, Windows 7/8/Home Server/Vista/XP / Shareware; $19.95 / 2,405 downloads

Xeoma is a complete video surveillance solution for both Windows and Linux-based systems and Macintosh computers. It supports an extremely wide variety of digital video cameras including wireless cameras, regular USB web cameras and IP cameras. It is a unique solution in that it provides one of the most user-friendly and intuitive ways of configuring a complete video surveillance system in either the home or the work place.

Reviews of Xeoma (32-bit)

  1. 5 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 14.1.20 Beta (Feb 13, 2014)

    Nice program! Lego-like interface. Raely simple one, even a child can cope with it. Bought 10 licenses and can say that it worth it.

  2. 3 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 14.1.20 Beta (Jan 29, 2014)

    3.5 stars for this

  3. 5 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 13.9.30 (Oct 21, 2013)

    I recently purchased a couple of IP cameras online and found the inbuilt software buggy and unreliable. Sometimes settings would work, other times they would fail. After searching for a better alternative I eventually came across Xeoma. It’s a stand-out Application. Right away, I was pretty impressed by Xeoma. It automatically searches the network for cameras, even the webcam was recognized as a video stream.
    Setup was painless. I found it quick and easy to create record schedules. The motion detection works really great with areas that trigger emails, and it has a time delay feature which records a period before an event occurs as well as the event, and the sensitivity level is customizable, (so you don't get an email every time the cat walks past the camera!). I love that I can access my cameras at home while I am at work. I found it easy to use and am overall pretty impressed with it.
    I haven’t yet played with some of the features like SMS notifications and setting access restrictions, but I like that it has those functions ready for when I get around to setting it up.
    Another point worth a mention is the interface. It’s pretty impressive, in one word 'Sleek!'.
    I highly recommend it. If you’re looking for a surveillance application, give it a try, it cross platform compatible with Windows, Mac and Linux, and its well-priced.

  4. 1 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 13.9.30 (Oct 2, 2013)

    xemoa keeps crashing and wasn't working at all with my set of cameras on windows 7. The only camera I have managed to connect keeps crashing the software after a few minutes. I've spent a lot of time trying to figure it out without success and am very disapointed about this product.

  5. 5 out of 5 stars
    Smile MC

    Reviewing 13.7.4 (Sep 16, 2013)

    Still not perfect, many things need to be improved in my opinion, but on the overall, great stuff. I use it to monitor my house and the parking lot. It is very affordable, and for its price it’s more than good software.

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