WeCam Basics (5) – Output

Click [Output] on the left side of the main window to enter the output panel, where you can set how WeCam output video. The output methods currently supported by WeCam include virtual camera, camera replacement, and live video push, and of course also include the most basic photo and video. First of all, the video size and frame rate of all WeCam projects use the current default size and video frame rate of the virtual camera. No matter what was used before, it will adapt every time the project is opened. strong>The currently set size and frame rate. Virtual camera The virtual camera function can simulate a camera on the computer and use the video content of WeCam as its output video, which can be used in other programs. The WeCam virtual camera adopts a system drive mode, which has strong compatibility and good stability. It can be used in…

WeCam Basics (4) – Scene Item

After selecting a media object in the WeCam scene, you can set the object, which mainly includes three parts: Media source settings, general property settings, and effect settings. These three items correspond to the three panels on the left side of the main window. Media Media source settings, display different settings according to different types of current media objects. Video files In the video file panel, you can add video files (click the add button or drag and drop the files directly), set the video start-up entry method and play mode, etc. After the video starts playing, the upper toolbar will display the button to stop the current media playback. When the mouse is moved to the video list item, operation buttons will be displayed, including play, locate and remove the video file from the list. Double-click the item to play it directly. Right-click the video file list to call…

WeCam Basics (3) – Scene

WeCam manages and controls the specific video content you want to play and output through projects (ie scenes). Project/Scene Click the first button in the toolbar above the scene window to display the project menu, and you can create, open or save a project. Please refer to the description of output for the project resolution, frame rate and other settings. Each project consists of one or more media objects. Media object Different media objects can be added to the project to play different media. For example, if you want to play a video with a picture superimposed on it, you can create a video object and a picture object, and place the picture object on top of the video object. Click the button to the right of the project menu button to add media objects. Currently WeCam supports video, picture, camera, screen capture, and streaming There are many types of…

WeCam Basics (2) – Introduction

What is WeCam? WeCam is essentially a virtual video software, an upgraded version of VCam. It has powerful and simple and easy-to-use video editing and processing functions. It can play a variety of media resources and present synthesized content in a variety of ways, including preview, output to virtual camera, camera replacement, video broadcasting, video recording, etc. Meet your all-round needs.   What can it do? WeCam has a wide range of uses and can be used in many programs that require a camera, such as Line and other video chat software, various video broadcasting and online teaching platforms, and can also be used in some programs and websites that require camera verification. In addition, it can also be used in the Android emulator, which can be used in various mobile apps. Function summary WeCam manages the media resources to be played in the way of projects (that is, scenes).…

WeCam Basics (1) – Quick Start

The virtual video function is the core function of WeCam, how to play a video to the virtual camera? After WeCam is installed, there will be an additional virtual camera called “WeCam” in the system, which can be used in all software that uses the camera, such as AMCap shows: Open the WeCam software, and in the quick start interface (displayed by Project> New Project) you can quickly create different media objects‘s project. By default, a “Video File” object has been created. Click the “Add File” button to import video files for this object: Double-click the added video file or click the play button on the video to play the video: Back to AMCap, you will find that the video has been displayed as the content of the virtual camera: The default size of WeCam is 640 x 480, want to change it to 720p? Select 1280 x 720 at…