You can transfer videos from multiple iPhones to different iVCam instances on the same PC.
To do this, you need to install multiple instances (drivers) on your PC first.
In the iVCam installation folder (for example: C:\Program Files (x86)\e2eSoft\iVCam), find the driver_install.bat file and run it, adding an iVCam driver each time you run it.
If you run this file failed (with some errors), you can also enter the iVCam installation folder in the DOS window 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 drviers (including the default one). You can see them in system’s 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”, … and so on, you can run more iVCam applications.
To uninstall the iVCam driver (instance), find the iVCam device in the “Imaging devices” group in the device manager of the system, then right click on it to uninstall the driver, please be careful not to delete all iVCam drivers.
Run our app on iPhone and app will find these instances if they’re running, chooe which one to use and app will transfer the video to the selected instance.
Selecting “Hardware decoding” in the client software (if your PC supports) can greatly reduce the CPU usage to support more instances running.
The latest version of our client software has a big improvement in hardware decoding.