Skipperato makes it easy for you to capture, store and review images from network cameras that you install in your home or office. Setup is simple, and our unique skipwheel interface allows you to quickly find events of interest. You can share skipwheels with family and friends so that they too can enjoy any interesting moments captured by your cameras.
The first step in using Skipperato is to set up your network camera and connect it to the Internet through your home or business network. You can buy a pre-configured camera from us, or you can use a camera from vendors like Panasonic or Axis. In either case, once you have set up and registered your camera with Skipperato, Skipperato begins to continuously capture images from your camera. These images are securely stored in our data center so that you can review them later. We store the last 24, 48, 72 hours or more, depending on the level of service you have purchased from us.
To review the images captured from your camera, all you need is an Internet browser. When you log into your account, you will see a list of skipwheels, one for each of your cameras and one for each camera that others have shared with you. Try out the skipwheel on our home page to see how it allows you to easily skip forward and backward through your images, find events of interest and save these images on your computer if you want to.
In addition to the skipwheels, we automatically detect images where there are significant scene changes and create “bookmarks” or links that you can click on to go directly to these images. You can also create bookmarks of your own to go back to later, or to share with others.
Finally, if you would like to save a portion of your skipwheel for beyond the usual period of your service, you can archive it for as long as you like for a nominal fee.
So whether you’re using your network camera for something fun like watching your pet or for something serious like keeping an eye out for intruders, Skipperato gives you a simple and cost effective way to capture, store and review what your camera sees. Click here to get started!