ScreenCamera 2.1 a fost chilipirul zilei în 5 iunie 2010
ScreenCamera este o cameră virtuală pentru desktop-ul dvs. şi un multiplicator al camerei web. ScreenCamera instalează o cameră virtuală în sistem ce poate fi folosită cu Skype, Ustream şi cu toate aplicaţiile video pentru conferinţe sau în pagini web.
ScreenCamera înregistrează ecranul computerului şi imaginile camerei web la o calitate înaltă, astfel că veţi putea folosi rezultatul pentru a crea rapid toturiale de calitate sau pentru a înregistra convorbirile video.
Conectând camera web prin ScreenCamera veţi putea să o utilizaţi simultan cu mai multe aplicaţii.
Windows 2000/ XP/ 2003/ Media Center/ Vista/ 7; Pentium III 900MHz processor or better; 256MB RAM (512MB or more recommended); Microsoft DirectX 9 or higher; 50MB HD space
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Well, it seems to work well. Downloaded and installed it fine on Windows XP SP2. Hmm... Just testing it... it flickers a black screen for me when it records a targeted window. When recording the whole screen it works good though. It says that I need to turn off hardware acceleration to stop the black flicker...but when I did it didn't seem to help when recording the targeted window.
It's got some cool features, and works well so far as I can tell.
I like how it lets you adjust the framerate anywhere from 1fps to 60fps.
I quite like it. Would definitely be handy for recording video tutorials and stuff like that.
I'd give it a rating of 7/10 from my initial look around it.
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OK isn't this the same thing as Manycam? If you miss today's giveaway you can download Manycam, its free and does so much more. Nonetheless i love turtles :)
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ScreenCamera might work OK for/with webcams -- I'll leave that to those who use webcams a lot more than I -- but I found it's mediocre used only as a screen capture app. You're given your choice of 4 formats, none customizable, made up of avi compressed/uncompressed, & 2 quality levels of wmv. Video source can be your desktop or available sources -- I was given the option to use either of my 2 TV tuner cards for example, & if you have one hooked up when you run the app, you can use a webcam. For audio you similarly select a source -- it defaulted to my soundcard. [Note that many systems, especially laptops have recording speaker/headphone output disabled, probably as a means of DRM. If that's the case, you need to change that (sometimes possible) or add hardware &/or drivers before anything will record the sound you can hear.]
I couldn't get avi capture to work, but other than following the help file's suggestion of disabling audio capture, I didn't bother trying to diagnose the problem. Wmv gave me captures at 4300 - 5000 Kbps, 24 fps progressive video, 192 Kbps [48 KHz 16 bit] audio, at high quality, when set to 30 fps. Low quality dropped to ~400 Kbps. While you can choose the overall frame size of your captures, some of the more common sizes like 720 or 1080 for HD are not listed -- many folks do screen capture to show on a TV, so I thought it odd the 2 HD sizes they'd most likely use are absent. Tested/monitored in XP Pro SP3 32, playing video was not captured, cursor movement was captured a bit erratically [not smooth], & the cursor itself flickered a bit with the app running. [using the latest drivers from Logitech] On the plus side, CPU use was relatively low compared to a conventional video capture app [like VirtualDub] using the free unreal screen capture driver [10 - 40% vs. much closer to 100% for 1080p video screen capture with V/Dub], & all 4 cores were used. Install, & especially uninstall could be better.
ScreenCamera uses Installshield for setup, & a copy of the setup files are copied to the Program Files\InstallShield Installation Information folder -- those along with 1 driver, 2 system files, the driver's .inf file, & the program's folder are not removed when you uninstall. The system files are: BSwitch.ax & PCWinSoftBar.ocx - the driver is: SCRCAMHRDRV.sys. Registry impact isn't too bad -- recorded stats are misleading this time with a lot of entries deleted & then re-created -- but I'm concerned when an install modifies values in System Certificates &/or Licenses &/or Group Policy... Another app (or apps) may not like the modified value, Plus, uninstall might be expected to remove registry entries, not restore them to whatever they were before. Setup also unpacked but didn't use a .NET install file [.NET is already installed], though it isn't included in the requirements at the top of the GOTD page.
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