iVCam Purchase Instructions

You are free to use all iVCam’s features except that there’s an “iVCam” watermark on the output video (as well as a “trial version” voice in the iVCam microphone), and sometimes ads appear. After a trial period you will only be able to use 640 x 480 low quality video, and some features will be limited, please buy the full version to remove watermarks, ads and use all features. Product Comparison BASIC ANNUAL PREMIUM ANNUAL PERMANENT Camera feature Microphone feature Valid period 1 Year 1 Year Forever Purchase Purchase the App (In-App Purchase) iOS: You can use iVCam freely on other iOS devices if you’re using the same Apple ID and have purchased iVCam with it – just restore your purchase in the purchase page of iVCam app. Android: You can use iVCam freely on other Android devices if you’re using the same Google Account and have purchased iVCam with…

iVCam Features Description

iVCam is designed to be simple yet powerful inside. Most of its features are clear, while some features are not. Here’re some feature descriptions and tips for it. For free version restrictions and purchase related questions, please check here. PC client software Zoom in/out and Manual-Focus You can use mouse wheel on video or press “CTRL +” / “CTRL –” to zoom in or out, and click on the video to change focus, just like using the mobile app. Shortcuts You can use the following shortcut keys to perform common operations in iVCam: ^+ / ^- Zoom in/out video ^E AE/AF LOCK ^M Switch cameras ^D / F4 Open camera settings window Pause / F5 Pause/Resume video transmission ^T / F8 Take snapshot ^R / F9 Start/stop video recording ^B Show registration window ^W / ^TAB Borderless window ^Enter / double-click Enter full screen mode Esc / double-click Return back…

Multiple instances

Sometimes, you want to use multiple virtual cameras on one computer, and each camera plays different content. The following explains how to use VCam to achieve this function. First, in the Windows “Command Prompt (Administrator)” mode (that is, a DOS or PowerShell window running with administrator privileges), enter the VCam installation directory (here, use the default installation directory): CD “C:\Program Files (x86)\e2eSoft\VCam” Then run the following command: .\devcon install driver\VCam_WDM.inf VCam_WDM One more VCam instance will be installed every time you run it. You can see the newly installed camera in the system’s Device Manager > Imaging Device (the name is e2eSoft VCam by default). When playing a video in VCam, it will play to the first VCam instance by default. You can choose which VCam instance you want to output to in Options > Camera Settings > Output to Instance. You can also modify the device name of the…

iVCam Sound Feature

This article will explain the sound features of iVCam. APP Audio Recording In the Settings of iVCam APP, you can set whether to record the sound of microphone, mono or stereo (not all mobile phones support stereo recording), the recorded sound will be transmitted to the iVCam PC client. Select none to not record sound. iOS: Make sure that iVCam is allowed to use the microphone – iOS Settings > iVCam > Microphone . Sound quality The sound quality is bound to the video quality, for example, high-quality video corresponds to high-quality sound. The sound recording configuration used when selecting stereo in different qualities: High quality 48k Hz, 128 kbps Medium quality 44.1k Hz, 96 kbps low quality 16k Hz, 64 kbps PC Client Settings – General – Audio There are 2 audio options in the Settings of iVCam PC client: Recording Device Set where to record the audio when…

Connect via Wi-Fi

iVCam can transfer video from mobile phone to PC via Wi-Fi, if they’re in the same LAN. PC can’t be detected by iVCam app? For iOS, Allow iVCam app using Wi-Fi / WLAN in system Settings; For Android, Allow iVCam app using Wi-Fi if it’s disabled; Allow iVCam PC client software to use the network in Windows Firewall or turn it off; Disable VPN or Proxy on Windows if needed; Ensure that your phone is using Wi-Fi / WLAN, instead of using mobile network; Ensure that your phone is in the same LAN with your PC and connected to the same router. Do not connect to the signal amplifier Wi-Fi; Disable the router’s AP isolation and guest mode; Ensure that your phone can be Ping connected by the PC via its IP address; Ensure that the Bonjour service is not disabled (which is installed by iVCam and will run automatically, you can start it in windows “Services” app or task manager). No need to block it because it doesn’t use…

Connect via USB

iVCam can transfer video from mobile phone to PC via USB connection, which is more stable and fast. iOS Install the latest iTunes on your PC and connect your iPhone to the PC with a USB cable. After you plug in the USB cable, iVCam will automatically connect and transfer video via USB. Easy peasy! Note: If USB is not working, make sure that the Apple Device Driver is successfully installed and the Apple Application Support service is enabled. Keep iTunes open if necessary. Android USB Driver If your phone can’t be recognized after connecting to your PC, please install the phone’s USB driver. You can directly install the official mobile assistant software, or download it here or search according to your mobile phone brand, for example, searching “Android USB Driver for Samsung“. After installing the driver, connect your phone to your PC and it will be recognized as a…

Use iVCam in Skype

With the help of iVCam, you can use your cell phone as a webcam as well as a microphone for video chatting in the Skype application. Video Select e2eSoft iVCam in Skype’s Settings > Audio & Video > Camera: Audio You can use your PC’s microphone in Skype, or you can use your cell phone’s microphone: Select Microphone (e2eSoft iVCam) in Skype’s Settings > Audio & Video > Microphone.   Now you can use your cell phone to video chat with your friends via Skype, even if you don’t have a webcam or microphone on your PC!

Use iVCam for video conferencing in Zoom

With the help of iVCam, you can use your cell phone as a webcam as well as a microphone for video conferencing in the Zoom application. Video Select e2eSoft iVCam in Zoom’s Settings > Video > Camera, and don’t forget to check Enable HD if you need better video quality: Video is still not clear even if the “Enable HD” is checked? There’s a checkbox named “This size only” in the Settings of iVCam PC client, just under the Video Size combo box, please check it and try again. This size only If you use 720p in iVCam, iVCam camera will support 3 sizes of 1280×720, 640×480 and 320×240 by default, but if you select “This size only”, it will only support 1280×720 and force other applications to use this size. Audio You can use your PC’s microphone in Zoom, or you can use your cell phone’s microphone: Select Microphone…

Multi-language support for iVCam

iVCam doesn’t support your language? or current translation feels like a shit? You are welcome to help us translate it into your language or improve current translation. How to do iVCam currently supports the following languages: Languages Strings of app Strings of PC client Status English Main.strings, Localizable.strings strings.xml done Chinese Simplified Main.strings, Localizable.strings done Chinese Traditional Main.strings, Localizable.strings done Japanese Main.strings, Localizable.strings done Korean Main.strings, Localizable.strings done German Main.strings, Localizable.strings done Russian Main.strings, Localizable.strings done French Main.strings, Localizable.strings done Italian Main.strings, Localizable.strings done Spanish Main.strings, Localizable.strings done Portuguese Main.strings, Localizable.strings done Polish Main.strings, Localizable.strings done Dutch Main.strings, Localizable.strings done Arabic Main.strings, Localizable.strings done Thai Main.strings, Localizable.strings done Vietnamese Main.strings, Localizable.strings done Indonesian Main.strings, Localizable.strings done Turkish Main.strings, Localizable.strings done Finnish Main.strings, Localizable.strings done Swedish Main.strings, Localizable.strings done Slovak Main.strings, Localizable.strings done Hungarian Main.strings, Localizable.strings done Bulgarian Main.strings, Localizable.strings done Catalan Main.strings, Localizable.strings done Yours to be added If you…

Use VSC to change voice

Use Virtual Sound Card to realize interesting voice changing, thicken or thin your voice or the sound of video. Change the thickness of your voice First make sure the system’s sound is set to: Default sound playback device: your hardware sound card speaker; Open VSC software, select one audio transfer channel and start the transferring: Your real microphone → VSC speaker The purpose is to transfer the sound of your microphone to the virtual sound card so that the sound of the virtual sound card’s audio recording port (Line in or microphone) is the sound of your microphone. After starting the transmission, click the speaker button below the [Transfer/Stop] button to adjust the sound control panel. Drag the sound to the left to thicken, and drag the sound to the right to become thinner. At this time, the audio recording port of the virtual sound card has been changed. The…