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…

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…

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…

Broadcast video and audio

Two steps to stream your video (with audio) to USTREAM.TV. STEP1: Select [Speaker (e2eSoft VAudio)] as the default sound playback device in VCam and play video in it: STEP2: Select [e2eSoft VCam] as Video Source, [Microphone (e2eSoft VAudio)] as Audio Source in USTREAM.TV Broadcast page: Now your video with sound is broadcasted to USTREAM.TV, right? You can also broadcast using Flash Media Encoder (FME) Select [e2eSoft VCam] as Video Device, [Microphone (e2eSoft VAudio)] as Audio Deivce in FME: Press [Start] and your video with sound will be broadcasted. Want to add your own voice while broadcasting? no problem! In e2eSoft VSC, use one channel for audio transfer: Channel 1: Your real MIC => VSC Now your voice mixed with the video’s audio will be broadcasted.