CamDesk

CamDesk crack/keygen

CamDesk

Download CamDesk Crack+Keygen

Version 1.2.1
Updated May 2nd 2014
Company
Rating 3.3
772 3.3
Crack Size 251 KB
Downloads 7902
Systems Windows 2K, Windows XP, Windows XP 64 bit, Windows Vista, Windows Vista 64 bit, Windows 7, Windows 7 64 bit, Windows 8, Windows 8 64 bit, Windows 10, Windows 10 64 bit
Category desktop-enhancements

In order to capture images from your webcam device you need to have a sturdy and elegant webcam driver that can fulfill all your needs, such as snapshot capturing or video recording. A handy tool that can help you in this matter is CamDesk.

The application allows you to take snapshots and record videos with the help of your webcam device. In order to fully function, you need to have a webcam device and its driver installed on your computer, along with .Net Framework.

CamDesk gives you the possibility to capture images provided by your webcam, or record a video. You can record videos for a multitude of purposes, such as tutorials, surveillance or desktop monitoring.

The application gives you the possibility to change its opacity and reduce obscurity, as it can be freely moved anywhere on the desktop. Furthermore, you can use the predefined hotkeys to quickly start capturing a video or take a snapshot, making the application flexible and easy to use.

CamDesk Crack allows you to resize its main window indefinitely, limited only by the size of your screen. You can set a custom height and width for the main window, or switch it to fullscreen mode.

In addition, you can switch from standard to high quality resolution from within the application, depending on the one that your webcam device supports.

CamDesk helps you take snapshots or record videos, all with the help of your webcam device. With the help of the application, you can capture your favorite moments or keep a close eye on certain areas, as you can easily use the utility as a surveillance software solution.

CamDesk reviews

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