Distinguishing itself from conventional CCTV recording software, this application harnesses the power of artificial intelligence for intelligent motion detection. It smartly activates only when needed, precisely identifying and recognizing objects and individuals, including facial recognition. As a result, Web Camera Pro optimizes your time and storage by exclusively recording relevant footage, sparing you from unnecessary clutter. Connecting multiple IP cameras with identical factory settings and IP addresses can be a challenge, but there are practical solutions to help you integrate all cameras successfully. If the cameras have the same IP address, you can change the IP address of one or more cameras to prevent IP conflicts. This can be done by connecting the camera directly to your computer, accessing the cameras web interface, navigating to the network settings, changing the IP address, and saving the changes. Alternatively, you can use the manufacturers software to detect and list all connected cameras, change the IP address of each camera individually, and ensure that each camera has a unique IP address. Another method to resolve IP conflicts is to use a DHCP server, which automatically assigns unique IP addresses to each connected device. For this, you will need to enable DHCP on your router or network switch, and then enable DHCP on the cameras through the web interface or manufacturers software. The cameras will then receive unique IP addresses from the DHCP server. Additionally, you can use a Virtual Local Area Network (VLAN) to isolate cameras and assign different IP addresses. This involves configuring the VLAN on your router or switch, creating a VLAN with a unique IP range, connecting the cameras to the VLAN, changing the IP address of each camera to match the VLAN IP range, and saving the changes. This will ensure that each camera has a unique IP address, preventing conflicts and allowing for smooth operation of your surveillance system.