Willing Software Releases Willing Webcam
Willing Webcam, as the name suggests, is a web camera software application that makes it possible to broadcast video or pictures over the Internet. Besides web cameras, this webcam software also works with camcorders and digital cameras with FireWire, S-Video, or composite output, USB-based video capturing devices, as well as IP network cameras with JPEG or M-JPEG output.
Willing Webcam can be used for a variety of applications. The programís motion detector and sound/e-mail alarms, time-lapse recording mode, and other features make the program a perfect monitoring and security application. Willing Webcam is a good tool for parents to keep an eye on their kids at home. Plus, this software is a great choice for webcam hobbyists who just want to share their "perfect view" with friends and family or the rest of the world.
Besides saving JPEG images, Willing Webcam can save video as AVI files. Because adding live streaming video to a website can drastically increase bandwidth consumption, the program comes with a bandwidth optimization feature that decreases traffic without compromising picture quality. Other handy features include picture quality enhancement and special effects, time stamping, watermarks, remote management options, and stealth work mode.
This webcam software can share a video stream with Skype or other instant messenger programs (for example, MSN or Yahoo) and other instances of Willing Webcam at the same time. Thus, any video source available for the program is also available for other video software.
Willing Webcam comes with automatic FTP uploads (including scheduling and auto-dialing), picture e-mailing, a built-in image viewer and photo album, and support for multiple web cameras (plus an option to switch the view between the different webcams).
Willing Webcam is available at http://www.willingsoftware.com for free trial download. The cost is $59.95 USD per license. Willing Webcam Lite is available for $39.95 USD.
Microsoft Windows 98/ME/NT/2000/XP/Vista/7/8; DirectX; A video source (USB camera, digital camera, camcorder or capture card).
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