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Loocam for PC brings the Loocam App to your desktop offering similar functionality and accessibility. This article will teach you how to log in to Loocam for PC, as well as teach you how to view your cameras. 

 1. Once you have installed Loocam for PC to the directory of your choice, open the application by double clicking on the icon on your desktop.



2. When Loocam for PC opens, enter your Loocam account name and password. These will be the same credentials you use to access the Loocam App for iOS and Android.

If you don't have a Loocam Account, select the register option and complete the fields.

It's strongly recommended that you set up your account using the Loocam app, as you will be able to utilize the QR code found in the DVR's Information > System screen. CLICK HERE for Instructions on how to connect your Loocam app to your DVR.



3. Once you're logged in, select the drop-down icon to the right of the "Preview" option. This will reveal the Device List.



4. Once your Device List is revealed, select the drop-down icons to the left of the "Area" option to reveal your DVR. Select the drop-down icon to the left of your DVR to reveal your cameras.

The red square highlighting 1/4th of the quadrant represents the area that you will assign your channels to. From the Device List, double-click on the channel you wish you assign to the quadrant.


5. Once you double click your selected channel, it will begin playing in the assigned quadrant. It may take several seconds to load the stream, and depending on your internet connection, may take longer with each stream you view simultaneously.

Select the next quadrant by clicking on the black box. This will highlight the quadrant in a red box. Continue assigning your channels to the quadrants as desired. 

If you wish to view more than 4 cameras at once, select a separate layout by clicking one of layout icons located above the videos.

The above image shows 4 separate feeds from 2 different DVR's, labelled Home and Warehouse, being viewed remotely from a third location.