Webcam Tracker is a video capture software with capabilities of saving captured clips and images and broadcasting them via internet. You can use this software for various purposes such as your own home observation (security tasks) or live web show.
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Description: Webcam Tracker is a video capture software with capabilities of saving captured clips and images and broadcasting them via internet. You can use this software for various purposes such as your own home observation (security tasks) or live web show.
Webcam Tracker can work with any video capture device supported by Microsoft(r) DirectShow technology. DirectShow is a high performance multimedia technology that provides fast programming interface for effective processing of audio and video data.
Webcam Tracker can capture video at high frame rates depending on your video capture device performance. Captured data can be broadcasted via 3 methods: creating WWW server on your computer, uploading images to FTP server or simply saving images to local disk.
Program events are logged, so you can get full description of every event (information events, warnings or error messages).
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