Willing Webcam 4.1
Webcam tool with FTP uploading, HTTP server and motion detection.
Willing Webcam is a simple, yet fully-featured software tool designed to help you capture streaming video and snapshots and publish them on your website. To make your video production shine, you can enhance it with comments, date and time stamps, watermarks, and various live video effects.
The program uses a motion control detection sensor that wakes up your web camera at the slightest motion in the room. The sensor can trigger a variety of actions, including email sending, movie saving, FTP uploading, sound alarm, or a launch of any specified application. In addition to the motion sensor, the program has a time-lapse option. It allows you to record video at specified time intervals.
You can also discover a multitude of ways how to make your everyday life more secure and comfortable.
Live Video Streaming on the Web. With Willing Webcam, you can record your day as live streaming video and share it with your family or friends in real time over the Internet. No matter how far you might be, they can always visit your personal website and see what you are doing. If you are a researcher, you can also add video to your landscape, weather, or astronomy web pages.
Surveillance Device. People who are often out of home can use Willing Webcam to turn a web camera into a digital surveillance device that can detect the slightest motion in your apartment and instantly let you know about an intruder. By watching this video live, you can see what's going on in your house, call the police, and provide them with the taped evidence of the crime.
Video Output. You can share the program video stream with Skype, an instant messenger (for example, MSN, Yahoo) or other instances of Willing Webcam at the same time.
Willing Webcam is compatible with most USB-based or FireWire (IEEE 1394) video devices, including capture cards, webcams, camcorders. It can also work with IP network cameras and supports the pan, tilt, zoom features for Logitech Orbit (Sphere) cameras.
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