Analog CCTV record to Imac

  cpn 09 Jul 12
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Hi Is it possible to schedule, record and edit CCTV from an analog signal to an iMac The Ariel plug is a standard coaxial type

  woodchip 10 Jul 12

Why not just use a Web Cam then do it from that

  cpn 11 Jul 12

Hi woodchip Thanks for your reply The problem is I live in an apartment and are not allowed to erect any additional cameras and therefore can only use the existing cctv analog signal

  woodchip 11 Jul 12

don't know about setting it to times but you can buy a capture device that will connect a TV type plug to USB and get video off that. your problem may be using an iMac

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  cpn 28 Jul 12

Thanks woodchip Sorry for my delayed response, been on holiday. Now that I know what to look for I will see what I can find. As you say the iMac could be a problem. Many thanks CPN

  cpn 28 Jul 12

Thanks woodchip Sorry for my delayed response, been on holiday. Now that I know what to look for I will see what I can find. As you say the iMac could be a problem. Many thanks CPN

  cpn 28 Jul 12

Thanks woodchip Sorry for my delayed response, been on holiday. Now that I know what to look for I will see what I can find. As you say the iMac could be a problem. Many thanks CPN

  cpn 08 Aug 12
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Unable to find a capture device that solves the problem and I suspect that I may be seeking something that does not exist. However many thanks for all your advice and information

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