At this point we assume that your NetCamPro camera has Internet connectivity and that it can be accessed by the NetCamProLive mobile app on your phone or tablet.
We recommend using a computer for setting up Cloud. If you’re planning on using your iPhone or iPad to set up Cloud, please install Dropbox , Google Drive , or iCloud first on your Apple mobile device.
Step 1: Log in to your camera
Every NetCamPro camera has a built in administration web site. This web site can be accessed with a web browser by entering the camera’s IP address in the URL field.
Enter your camera’s IP address into your browser’s URL field (ex.: 192.168.0.95) and click on Settings.
For best compatibility
with the Cloud we recommend using Google Chrome on your Mac, Windows PC, or mobile device.
On the right hand side, click on Tools(1),Backup or Reset(2), then Backup(3) and save the file called config.cfg on your device.
Do not attempt to open the config.cfg. This file is specific to the cameras and not recognized by other applications. Opening this file might damage it. Rename the file for setting up multiple cameras.
Save the file config.cfg in your Downloads folder.
Alternatively type in cloud.netcampro.com and click Create an account.
The Cloud Setup Wizard converts your camera’s config.cfg into a second file called new_config.cfg. Enter your Account Email (1), choose the previously downloaded config.cfg (2), accept the terms and conditions (3), and click Upload (4).
The Cloud Setup Wizard will now create your account and send out a notification email.
Check your email and click on Activate Cloud Storage.
Set your 8 digit password, choose your timezone, and click next. You will be redirected to the login page.
Login using your password and your previously created password.
Download and save the new_config.cfg file. Please do not attempt to open the file. Click Return to Home Page.
If you have more than one camera you can rename the config.cfg and new_config.cfg to differentiate between cameras, e.g. cam1-config.cfg and cam1-new_config.cfg.
Saving your new_config.cfg file alongside your initial config.cfg.
Step 4: Restore the configuration file
The new_config.cfg needs to be restored into your camera. Go back to the Network Camera Home Page tab.
On your Network Camera Home Page, click on Tools(1), then Backup or Reset (2). Click Choose File (3) and locate the new_config.cfg, then click Restore (4).
Reboot your camera. Wait 45 seconds for the camera to boot up.
Return to the Cloud (1) homepage. Click the Camera (2) icon to refresh the page.
Trigger motion in front of camera to test sending to the Cloud. First time images can take up to three minutes to arrive.
Wireless and PoE IP/Network DIY cameras for indoor and outdoor. Micro SD storage included. Suited for industrial, commercial, and residential installations. Live view accessible by iOS and Android devices, Mac OSX, and Windows computers. All live view software is freely available. All parameters configurable through an internal administration website.