iVCam Features Description

iVCam is designed to be simple and powerful inside. Most of its features are clear, while some features are not. Here’re some feature descriptions and tips for it.   Client Software Zoom in/out and Manual Focus You can use mouse wheel on video or press “CTRL+” / “CTRL-” to zoom in or zoom out, and click on video to change focus, just like working on phone.   Generate Log If you still can’t get it working after trying all the methods mentioned on our website, you can run it in debug mode by running the following command from system command line (use your iVCam installation folder accordingly): “C:\Program Files (x86)\e2eSoft\iVCam\iVCam.exe” /debug Open the phone app and try to connect, then close the client software and send the generated log file (d:\ivcam.log or c:\ivcam.log) to us via email (e2esoft_ivcamoutlook.com) for investigation, thanks.     APP Related Manual Focus and Auto Focus…

Multi-instance of iVCam

You can transfer videos from multiple phones to different iVCam instances on the same PC. To do this, you need to install multiple instances (drivers) on your PC first.   Install Find the driver_install.bat file in the iVCam installation folder (for example: C:\Program Files (x86)\e2eSoft\iVCam) and run it, adding an iVCam driver each time you run it. If running this file fails (with some errors), you can also enter the iVCam installation folder in Command Prompt running with administrator privileges and run the following command to install the driver: devcon install driver\iVCam.inf iVCamDevice Run it twice and you will have 3 iVCam drivers (including the default one). You can see them in system Device Manager application. If there’s only one instance, the camera name will be “e2eSoft iVCam” and you can only run one iVCam application; If there’re more, the camera name will be “e2eSoft iVCam #1”, “e2eSoft iVCam #2”, etc. You can run…

Broadcasting with iVCam

The mobile phone camera is getting better and better, and the quality is much better than most PC webcams now. Using iVCam to turn the mobile phone camera into a PC webcam for broadcasting can significantly improve your live streaming experience. Video After installing the iVCam PC client, there will be a new webcam named “e2eSoft iVCam” added into your system. When connected with iVCam APP, the video captured by your phone camera will become the output of this webcam. Then you can use this webcam to broadcast the video of your mobile phone camera. iVCam webcam supports two video formats – RGB24 and YUY2. Some software will have a little color cast when using one of these two formats. You can try using another one to see whether this can be improved. Audio In addition to transferring the video of your mobile phone camera to PC, iVCam can also…

Use Mobile Phone as a PC Microphone

You can use iVCam to send both your Phone’s video and audio to Windows, for video, it acts as a webcam and can be used by other applications. But how about audio? can it be used by other applications as well? The answer is YES, you can do that with the help of Virtual Sound Card software – e2eSoft VSC. Here’s how to do that: First, download and install e2eSoft VSC software. Then enable audio in iVCam phone app – in its settings view (or via client app), and play audio to VSC (device name is “e2eSoft VAudio”) in iVCam client app: Now the VSC microphone will have the voice from your Phone’s microphone, and it can be used by all applications which use microphone! Download the Virtual Sound Card software now!

Broadcast to Youtube/Facebook with MyCam

Broadcast to Youtube It’s very easy to broadcast to Youtube with MyCam. First, get your own youtube stream URL in youtube’s broadcast page (should be: https://www.youtube.com/live_dashboard): Now get the stream URL, stream name and fill in MyCam’s broadcast window: Press [OK] and everything you played in MyCam will be broadcasted to youtube: It’s really easy, right? You can also set broadcast video size here before broadcasting.   Broadcast to Facebook You can also use MyCam to broadcast to other websites such as Facebook, similar steps as Youtube. Facebook broadcast page: https://www.facebook.com/live/create You can get stream URL and stream name here: Copy them and paste in MyCam to broadcast to Facebook.

Record skype conversation

It’s easy to record Skype conversation using e2eSoft VSC.   STEP1: In Skype conversation window, select [Tools]\[Options]: STEP2: In option window, select e2eSoft VAudio Speaker as default Speaker device, then [save]: STEP3: In e2eSoft VSC, use following settings (two channels) and start audio transfer: Channel 1: Your real MIC => VSC (we want to record it as well); Channel 2: VSC’s MIC => You real sound card (so you can hear the conversation); STEP4: Use sound record software (such as Windows Sound Recorder) to record the e2eSoft VAudio Microphone’s sound to an audio file: Set e2eSoft VAudio Microphone as system default Recording device; Open its [Properties] and make sure its Level is high enough; Open Windows Sound Recorder and start Recording. Now your conversation is recorded, right? NOTE: If you just want to record your friend’s sound (not include yours), you may use one channel in VSC: VSC’s MIC => You real sound card (so you…

VCam video in flash is cropped

Sometimes when you play a video in VCam, the VCam video is played well in other applications, but in the website using flash applications to play webcam, VCam video is cropped. Video in VCam VCam video played in flash applications This is not VCam’s problem, in the flash application, it sets VCam’s output size to 428×240 (in most cases), while crops it to 320×240 at last… To fix this issue, please set VCam’s video resize method to “Keep aspect” (in [Options]\Output): then the video in flash applications will be fine like this: noticed that VCam logo is still not in the right position, it’s cropped by the flash application, not by VCam 🙂

Broadcasting Video

In many cases, your applications are designed to broadcast video/audio by webcam and microphone, did you ever think broadcast anything you want? You can do this using e2eSoft VCam and e2eSoft VSC. First, you should install e2eSoft VCam and e2eSoft VSC; Then set e2eSoft VSC as the default playback device of your system; Play anything you want in VCam, for example, play a video file in it if you want to broadcast this video file; Now in your application, choose “e2eSoft VCam” as your default webcam and “e2eSoft Audio” as your microphone to broadcast; With VCam and Virtual Sound Card (Broadcast Suite), you can do more than this…