SplitCam virtual video capture driver allows for connecting several applications to a single video capture source. For example, if you have a web-camera connected to your computer you cannot use it in more than one application at the same time - there’s no standard Windows options that would make it possible. SplitCam does just what it name says: it splits the video stream coming from the video source and provides it to other client application.
Choose almost any video source as a primary video capture device.
Digital pan 180°.
Select a desirable frame rate from 5 to 30 fps. Usually you use 15 fps for videoconferencing.
Set up base video options directly from the main SplitCam window.
Bring up a manufacture provided options for fine tuning the physical video source.
Use any of the wide range of resolutions in client applications: 160x120, 320x240, 640x480, etc.
Every application can have its own video resolution.
You can disable unused video resolutions to lower the processor load.
Auto-update will ensure that you always have the latest version of the software.
Capturing photo images and providing them as a video source to client applications.
Basic photo editing of photo images before sending them to client applications.
Change the appearance of the SplitCam interface by using “skins” developed by other users, or make your own interface “skin” with the help of the skin builder.
FreewareFiles tested SplitCam 4.2 on 2006-09-09 using leading
antivirus scanners and found it 100% Clean. It does not contain any form
of malware, spyware, viruses, trojans, etc. We will re-test each updated
version and remove the award as well as the program if found infected.