VI Monitor for Mac

Access live and recorded video from any camera using an Apple computer.

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Key Benefits

Native Viewing Client Built for Mac OS

View & manage VI7 natively from your Mac Book or iMac with VI Monitor for Mac. The application is designed from the ground up to flow naturally with Apples unique operating system, allowing for intuitive operation and control.

Layered Interface

Maintain a sense of depth and continuity when transitioning from one element to the next. VI Monitor for Mac’s naturally stacking interface always allows users to easily track their path through the application, preventing clutter & confusion.

Live Tile Camera List

Even when monitoring a custom layout, VI Monitor for Mac’s unique live camera tile list empower users to be aware of their entire site, with just a quick glance of one’s camera tree.

Enhanced Facility Maps

View your entire system geographically with embedded live camera icons. Expand these icons into full screen views with one easy click, or quickly transition from one map to the next with an embedded Layered Map Icon.

Drag and Drop Friendly

Create custom layouts by simply dragging and dropping any camera from your list on to any available display. Each camera view is fully self-contained, providing unprecedented granular control over its functionality.

Transition from Live to Recorded Video Instantly

With one click convert any live camera view to review its recorded video.  Use the quick slider bar to rewind or fast forward through the day’s events, or find an event of interest through time stamped thumbnails located in the motion event logs.

System Requirements

Before installing VI Monitor for macOS, we have listed some of the basic system requirements below for you to consider.

Component Recommended
Memory 2 GB
Disk Space 8 GB
iMac Mid‐2007 or later
MacBook 13‐inch Aluminum, Late 2008 or later
MacBook Pro 13‐inch Mid‐2009 or later
MacBook Pro 15‐inch or 17‐inch Mid/Late 2007 or later
MacBook Air Late 2008 or later
Mac mini Early 2009 or later
Mac Pro Early 2008 or later
Xserve Early 2009
OS Mavericks or Later