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. t; 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.…

Broadcast the sound of the video

Virtual Camera Software – e2eSoft VCam can play video files as the content of the camera, which can be used in video chat, live broadcast and other software. Combined with our Virtual Sound Card software – e2eSoft VSC, you can also broadcast the sound of the video at the same time, even if your computer does not have a microphone, even without a sound card. Broadcast the sound through VSC First, download and install our Virtual Sound Card software, then set it as the default sound playback device in VCam. Set the default sound playback device in VCam In VCam, Options > Preference > Output > Audio > Play audio using device, select the virtual sound card device “Speaker (e2eSoft VAudio)” as the default device. Note: If you check the “Play to the default sound card at the same time” option here, in addition to playing the sound to VSC while…

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. PC 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 using on the phone side. 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 It…

Connect via USB

iVCam can transfer video from your phone to PC via USB connection. iOS Install the latest iTunes on your PC and connect your iPhone to the PC using a USB cable. After the USB cable is plugged in, iVCam will automatically connect and transfer video via USB. Easy peasy! Android USB Debugging First, please enable the USB Debugging option under Settings > Developer options. For Android 4.2 and newer, Developer options is hidden by default. Show it using the following steps: On the device, go to Settings > About <device>. Tap the Build number 7 times to make Settings > Developer options available. Then enable the USB Debugging option. Tip: You might also want to enable the Stay awake option, to prevent your Android device from sleeping while plugged into the USB port. Google “Enable USB Debugging on the Android Device” for more information on this. USB mode When the USB cable is plugged in, select using USB for “Transfer…

Multiple instances 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 the execution of this file failed with some errors, you can also enter the iVCam installation folder at a 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 names will be “e2eSoft iVCam #1“, “e2eSoft iVCam #2“, etc., and…

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 our Virtual Sound Card software – e2eSoft VSC. HOW TO DO 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 Speaker (e2eSoft VAudio)) in iVCam client app: Now, talking to the phone, you will see that the VSC Microphone has a volume change (green bar flashing) in the “Recording” page of the system’s “Sound” dialog (right click on the small speaker icon in the system tray and select “Sound” to open it), as shown below: This…

Broadcast to Youtube/Facebook with MyCam

It’s very easy to broadcast to Youtube with MyCam. Broadcast to Youtube 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.