From Facebook to YouTube, everyone seems to be talking much about video streaming. It is the major topic around the world, and it shows that the future is certainly going to be dominated by it. It means you need an app that can broadcast live video using a webcam on your system. BroadCam does that and even more because it enables you to stream pre-recorded video files in formats such as wmv and DivX avi.
BroadCam is an easy to use video streamer designed to broadcast live video using a webcam (or other camera) and microphone. It will stream most pre-recorded video files in formats such as a DivX avi files, Windows asf and wmv files, or cam-corder.
BroadCam is also ideal for lecturers and teachers who can easily broadcast content or or classes on their class webpage. Some of its features include: host any number of pre-recorded video files; video streaming such as motion jpeg (m-jpeg); connect a webcam or network IP camera as the stream source; add a watermark to your live video streams; display alternate banners with a custom link URL to promote your company or generate advertising income; and many more.
A couple of changes and bug fixes have sort of improved BroadCam. This version is the free one and is limited in terms of features.
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