I Can See Camera URLs
Try the following connection options in iSpy or Agent DVR to connect to your I Can See IP camera.
The settings for I Can See cameras are built right into our free surveillance software - the inbuilt wizard will automatically setup your I Can See cameras. Remember to also try connecting via ONVIF as I Can See cameras may support ONVIF connections as well.
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