From Video Capture Master:
Video Capture Master is a hot piece of application designed to suit your needs. With it you can capture video in real time from online links, such as URL and IP Camera or from local device, such as webcam, TV Tuner card, digital video or digital camera.
multiple flash materials are added for users to make individual and cool video or image files. Still powerful effect tools are upgrade in Video Capture Master to help users make PinP files and text overlays. The drag-and-drop interface makes it easy to edit effect on a movie in mere minutes. You can even upload the captured movie to YouTube directly once finishing capturing.
What's new in this version:
Version 22.214.171.124 may include unspecified updates, enhancements, or bug fixes.
Once installed, no matter how you try to uninstall, it keeps trying to reinstall itself on every single reboot. There's no guidance on how to stop this from happening. As malware, I have a fear of simply deleting exe files, for fear of unintended consequence, so from this time forward, every time I start my computer, I'm saddled with telling Windows that I don't want Video Capture Master to alter my computer.
There should be some help contact to advise how to get this dreck off my computer, but there's no e-mail, help or support to which to post.
-Customer service -I've e-mailed them several times and they have yet to get back to me -Actual product does not work.
This product does not work as advertised. I bought it thinking that my trial version just had limits--I couldn't capture more than a minute of video, and I couldn't capture from a URL--but those limits stayed even after I purchased the product. The program itself takes up so much RAM that streaming video is very choppy, and recording it is pointless! I've also had problems with the audio being out of sync, and can't fix these problems with the program's audio functions. I e-mailed customer support over two weeks ago now, sent them another e-mail, and haven't heard back since. Video Capture Master is just a scam. Get a different program from CNET and keep your money!