e2eSoft VCam is a Webcam Emulator, which emulates a webcam in your system and works like a real one. It can be used in most of the applications which use webcam, such as IM software, video broadcasting, video conferencing, video teaching, remote education, video chatting etc.
You can use it to set images, animations, video clips, flash movies, DVD video, web-stream, mobile phone video and even your desktop screen as the video of your webcam.
Already have a webcam? VCam can make it better, add image/video/text overlay or cool video special effects to it, paint on it, let it can be used by several applications at the same time (webcam splitter), and makes your webcam video more interesting…
Want to add “Virtual Camera” feature to your applications? Please try our powerful VCam SDK.
- Broadcast the sound of the video
- VCam video in flash is cropped
- Broadcasting Video
- Broadcast video and audio
- A WDM driver, supports all the VFW and DirectShow applications;
- Support multi-stream output, with different resolutions in good quality;
- High performance algorithm, low CPU usage;
- Based on DirectShow, more media formats supported, higher performance;
- Play list support, user-defined program management, flexible configuration;
- Split up webcam, DV, digital cameras into multi-stream easily;
- Support Image, video file and video capture device transparent overlay;
- Many cool video special effects support;
- Screen capture, support hotkey, zoom, full screen capture and using custom cursor;
- Camera default image support, default resolution adjustable;
- Enable/Disable/Install/Uninstall the virtual camera driver in the application;
- Easy to use, skin, color scheme support;
- Multi-language support;
- Professional and easy-to-use setup program;
- Automatically check for new version and get latest news of VCam.
You can try VCam for FREE, except that there is a “TRIAL” watermark in output video. You may purchase to remove it and use full features.
The purchased license is lifetime, and can be used to register up to 3 different PCs.