Yes, follow step 4-2-1 of the Quick Installation Guide and navigate to video from the left menu, choose video settings and change the password (play video), don't forget to scroll to the bottom and (save & apply).
Strong WiFi signal must be available where the camera is installed, Under step 4-2-1 of the Quick Installation Guide setup window, then Network>WiFi Security, you should get not less than three to four bars when you perform a WiFi Scan.
Right click [Camera List] in [Plug&View] and select [New Camera] add the Camera ID & password as per the card and you're done, if you're on the same network as RoboCams at the moment; you could also drag & Drop the Cam-ID from [Auto Search] into the [Camera List] Area.
For PC, right click the RoboCam in [Camera List]; then choose [SD Card Playback], For iPhone/iPad: [see Step 3 of the Quick Installation Guide], you can access the SD card Playback from the side arrow to the right of the camera name, scroll down and you'll find SD card Playback.
You can do it either connect by wire, or if you want to use the WPS feature then go to the Time Capsule setup and from the Base Station click on "Add WPS Printer" go throughout the steps and when ready to pair you can click the WPS button on your camera, repeat this for other cameras.
Click here to download the Mac software. Once you download and run this software, while the MAC is in the same LAN, you'll get the cameras showing under the "Auto Search List" right click each camera and click "web configure" login as admin and no password, then at the "Video" tab you'll see the default 4 digit pin, just change it and hit save. Mac software allows 6 cameras display on the same screen.
You can download the app that suits your smart phone: "mEZviewerFree" – iPhone app "mEZViewerPro" - Android app "mEZViewerFull" – iPhone app (+push notifications +SD Playback) "mEZViewerHD" – iPad app "mEZViewerHDFull" – iPad app (+push notifications +SD Playback) Then you could easily add RoboCams by entering the Cam ID & password