Free-Internetcam is a webcam server application which captures frames from a webcam and transmits them to clients using the http protocol. This utility creates a live stream of your camera. To get access to the server the client needs a browser, IP, port, username and password.
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All versions:4.0 stars
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Current version:2.0 stars
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"Could be simple and great, needs bug fix"
Version: Internetcam 1.4
- Simple, easy to understand
- No adware/spyware
- Runs my processor at 100% when active (Win7 64)
- Does not register option changes unless settings file is changed first.
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