iVCam FAQs

First, please make sure that your iPhone is in the same LAN with your PC (such as using the same Wi-Fi).
Second, please ensure that the Bonjour service is started (which is installed by iVCam, and you can start it in windows “services” app, or in task manager). There’s no needs to block it because it doesn't use CPU much.
Enable UDP broadcasting in your router if Bonjour service is not installed or disabled, because iVCam app can also detect your PC via UDP broadcasting.
This means that they're in the same network, but maybe not in the same network segment. For example, iPhone's IP address is 192.168.0.x, while the PC's 192.168.1.x, so they can't connect to each other. You can google "How to connect two different network segments" to find a solution and make them connectable.
The another reason may be that the PC's UDP/TCP port 5898 is blocked by your firewall, you should check and unblock it to make it works.
You can set the “video quality” to “high” in settings view to get the best quality, which needs higher bandwidth. Also, please be closer to your Wi-Fi router.
We also want to do that but Apple doesn't provide a way for app to use its cable to transfer data between app and windows.
First of all, you should have a good Wi-Fi router.
You can try using lower video quality, smaller video size and frame rate, or be closer to your Wi-Fi router.
iVCam is real-time video streaming and requires high-performance network, maybe the lagging was caused by the router (especially when video lags at regular intervals), and sometimes a reboot for the router will help.
Most likely it's because that the iVCam driver was not installed successfully. You can disable driver signature enforcement and re-install, it should be OK then.
You need to purchase full version to remove it.
You can modify registry value "HKEY_CURRENT_USER/SOFTWARE/e2eSoft/iVCam/Client/SaveFolder" to another one.

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