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That is, creating just such a wireless surveillance network using not wireless webcams, but wireless smartphones. It was pretty cool at the time, but now it’s serving as a dust collector on the top shelf of your closet.
Preferably old, worn out smartphones a few generations back that you left sitting in your bedroom dresser drawer after upgrading to the latest and greatest phone or tablet. Maybe your wife traded in her first generation i Phone for the newest one with Siri Most of the commercials, jokes, and media hype about Apple's i OS voice assistant, Siri, have subsided, but I still run into i Phone users who don't take advantage of this powerful feature. Well, I invite you to gather up all of those so-called “useless” smartphones, and consider following through the steps in this article to transform them into wireless webcam devices that you can use to build your own home surveillance network for absolutely free.
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If you’re using a laptop, we suggest Screenflow as an affordable way to film and edit your content. Set one phone/laptop in front of you to record visuals, but use another phone closer to your face for clearer sound.
Just check out our Screenflow tutorial to easily create your videos. Obviously we don't expect you to have two phones, but you can borrow a friend's or use your camera for video and phone for sound.
Go to the Actions tab and click Settings next to Save video. Choose a file location to store your images in, and click OK. Check the box next to Save image and then close the window. From the Yawcam console, select enable next to Motion.
These days, building a wireless home security camera system isn’t really such a huge deal, especially if you have the right equipment.