From Ecamm Network:
Automatically Enhance Your Image You'll be amazed to see what the iGlasses "Enhanced" mode can do for your camera. A perfect touch of color correction, extra saturation and contrast will bring your video alive. If your room isn't well lit, find out what the iGlasses "Brighter" settings can do. Look Good, With Fine Tuning Adjustments Feeling a bit gray today? Green with envy? iGlasses puts settings such as color, contrast and brightness adjustments at your fingertips. Even save preset configurations for different lighting environments. Over 50 Fun Effects Why should iChat and Photo Booth have all the fun? iGlasses brings fun effects and 3-D distortions to any video app on your Mac, including Skype, Google Talk and Facebook chat. Even OS X Lion's new face-finding effects are available to Lion users. Share Pictures and Videos Media Sharing is just one of the great new features you'll find in iGlasses 3. Drag any image or video file into iGlasses to display it instead of your camera video. Use it to quickly show someone an image, or even to be someone else for a while. The possibilities are endless! Zoom In For a New Look Apple's built-in camera provides a great wide angle, but a nice head-and-shoulders shot gives a more professional look. iGlasses digital zoom is a quick way to enhance the appearance of your video chats. Simple controls allow for full digital pan, tilt and zoom. Zoom In For a New Look Works Seamlessly With Any App, Even FaceTime and Web Chat Other video enhancement add-ons only show up in certain apps. iGlasses is everywhere you need it. Simply choose iGlasses as your camera in apps such as iChat, FaceTime, Skype and web apps such as Google Talk and Facebook video.
What's new in this version: All new app, with new effects and full support for FaceTime, OS X Lion and more.
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All versions:4.5 stars
out of 36 votes
Current version:1.5 stars
out of 2 votes
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"great app ...except for the low-res, VGA-like quality"
Version: iGlasses 3.0
everything is great, good design, good functionality. They just had to screw it up big time with the poor resolution. I suppose this works ok with live video like Skype or Messenger, good effects. Then again, it slices resolution in HALF. it might have gimmick factor but it fades in a matter of hours. then you're left with a ****** camera app.
The iSight camera app on every mac takes photos in HD, 1280x720. This iGlasses app takes them at 640x480, this is like downgrading an iMac's webcam, like going back to 5 years ago when all we had was VGA. It defeats every good aspect of the app. Even for video, resolution gets sliced, so it's actually even poorer than VGA.
I wanted to like this app, it has so much going for it but they screwed up the resolution. Weather it is Ecamm's fault or Apple's for not letting the APIs go beyond Standard res, it is very disappointing that the developer doesn't state this problematic detail on their site, it's misleading and annoying. I had to go through the trouble of researching why iGlasses photos had such poor quality. What's worse is that this app used to cost $10 and now it costs $20, dunno why but it's not worth it.
"It broke the camera in my Macbook pro"
Version: iGlasses 3.0
If it worked it has some handy preset filters.
resets camera resolution to really poor
First, just visiting the website for the update froze my firefox to the point I had to hard boot the whole computer. When I did manage to download the update, it actually changed the camera resolution from a nice 720P high def to a crappy 640X480 SD and even Apple has no idea how to fix it. The company is ignoring my emails and wont help me fix it.