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I started with the free version of this app. The free version works just as well as the paid version. I have not noticed any difference between the camera quality or the Wi-Fi quality between the two apps. However, my biggest complaint with the free version is that every so often a full screen ad will pop up on my phone that I have to click an X button to remove. This is frustrating to have to do on stream as my viewers see my finger clearly click the screen, even though the ad does not disrupt the video. With the paid version, there are no ads so it is not an issue. Additionally for anyone looking to use the front facing camera, you need to write a review for the app first. However, you can get around this by clicking write a review in the app and then simply hitting cancel on the review and it will still allow you to use the front facing camera. If you’re not worried about the ads inside the app, I would recommend the free version but if you are using this for any sort of streaming service I would get the paid one.
Kinoni has apparently have had it with my ducking and dodging the questions and have voluntold me to rate and review (I’m kidding, though, right?) — and fair enough, I’ve been using this thing way too much for way too long to not have some opinion on this product. Granted, the only time I’m asked is when my dedicated webcams fall short and Old Faithful EpocCam picks up the slack and then leaves the others comparatively static. I didn’t know if this app was the bee’s knees of “turn my phone into a webcam”apps, not just because I never could figure out how to use EpocCam as a proper internet webcam device, but also the lack of parameters or expecting much better resolution. But it’s the only app that has remained in any use from any cam/phone apps I had tested; only EpocCam is left. It’s grounded. And reliable. And when it’s acting abnormally, it’s a small pool of suspects with a small pool of solutions. **UPDATE** I found out that HD no longer compatible with EpocCam Viewer!
First of all, if you can’t use it your setup might be obsolete. I use EpocCam to stream daily. I own IVCAm also but ever since using this I haven’t looked back. It’s just as good as any Logitech webcam you’ll get, accept it doesn’t cost over 100$. I even have been using it on my older devices like a 2nd gen iPad mini with old iOS and it works awesome. I would say EpocCam is the #1 webcam to phone/tablet solution. The Paid version is even worth it also. Trust me, don’t go spend 500$ on a webcam, Just buy this. Even the free version is great.
Rated already for free version to unlock both cameras. Paid for full version and then had rate again to use features I paid for. SHAMEFUL. However, I am thankful that this is doing the job of a document camera that would cost me a few $100's. So 2 stars. Would've been five if I hadn't had to come back and rate again more than twice already PLUS I have to uninstall and reinstall the app from both my computer and my phone every few months due to the fact it stops working which is time consuming and inconvenient in my classroom when it stops working unexpectedly. **Had to RATE IT AGAIN!!! SMH 🙄 Still grateful but it’s a bit aggravating when I have to take time out of my planning period to rate something so I can use it for class. ☹️ Pros 1) cost less 2) wireless and I can move about my classroom 3) make videos to upload 4) HD and great picture! Cons) 1) needs a WiFi signal on the same network can’t work just on Bluetooth 2) freezes when you get a call or text message (Turn off messages/calls if you make video) 3)Frequently needs to be reinstalled and the updates didn’t make much of a difference.
Everyone who is thinking about purchasing this app should know that you have developer attempt to extort reviews from users by forcing them to write a review of the app if they want to use the front facing camera feature of the app – – something that should already have been paid for within the app was purchased for a price that is too high to begin with.
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EpocCam Webcamera for Computer has 2 452 user reviews.
EpocCam Webcamera for Computer has an average rating of 4.1.
The latest version of EpocCam Webcamera for Computer (2019.9) was released on Oct 29, 2019.
You can download EpocCam Webcamera for Computer here:.
EpocCam HD takes webcam video quality to next level. Upgrade from 640x480 resolution 1080p FullHD video capturing all the details. Choose suitable bitrate for your network and computer. With EpocCam HD you can also manually choose USB-connection for stable streaming. Ideal for broadcasting.
EpocCam HD supports green screen or chroma key effect on device with TrueDepth camera. It detects your face
and removes object further from camera. You can choose to replace background with green, blue or magenta colour. Perfect for video broadcasting.
EpocCam HD now also supports pinch-to-zoom and telephoto-camera on devices with dual cameras. Perfect for zooming if subject is bit further away.
With over 5 million users EpocCam is the most popular webcam app. EpocCam transforms your iOS device into wireless High Definition PC webcam for Windows and macOS. Replace your USB-webcam and integrated webcams now with wireless high-definition webcam. It's also a perfect baby monitor and pet cam.
Setting up EpocCam is very simple, anyone can do it. Just download EpocCam drivers for free to your PC/Mac and you're ready to go! Connection is fully automatic, no need for manual setup.
• High quality realtime video streaming to computer - quality comparable to most expensive USB-webcams
• Audio support, use your phone as a wireless microphone*
• New! Automatically remove background on devices with TrueDepth camera - perfect for streamers
• New! Pinch-to-zoom - lossless zoom feature
• Support both cameras - use device back camera for best quality and front-facing camera for easy self-portraits
• Connect wirelessly or using USB for best video quality
• EpocCam supports Newtek NDI streaming
• Use telephoto camera to zoom
• Fully replaces USB webcam or integrated webcam, works with all webcam-enabled applications
• Full Windows 10 support including Skype, StreamLabs OBS, XSplit Studio and more
• Supports macOS applications Skype, Ecamm Live and more
• Automatic connectivity
• HDR video capture for richer colours
• Over 20 feet wireless range (depending on signal strength)
• All data is secured with strong encryption to keep your videos private
• Use the flashlight in dark environment
• Tap to focus and autofocus modes
• Publish video to Syphon framework on macOS - use EpocCam as source to Isadora, Modul8, GrandVJ and other applications
*Available for Windows. Audio support for macOS is coming soon.
- iOS device running iOS 10.3 or later
- Computer running Windows 7 or later or Mac running macOS 10.12 or later
- WiFi network (5 GHz WiFi recommended) or USB connection to computer
See http://www.kinoni.com/epoccam_support.html for setup guide.
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