Why buy a webcam since you already have an iPhone/iPad?
iVCam turns your iPhone/iPad into an HD webcam for Windows PC. You can also replace your old USB webcam or integrated webcam with it which has a better quality. At the same time it's also a perfect baby monitor, spy-cam, security camera and pet-cam.
No enough space on your device? iVCam can record the video directly to your PC, works just like a remote video recorder!
Setting up iVCam is very simple - just download and install our client software on your PC and you're ready to go! The connection is fully automatic and requires no manual configuration.
- High-quality, real-time video with low latency and fast speed
- Automatic connection via Wi-Fi or USB and easy to use
- Connect multiple devices to one PC at the same time
- Support common video sizes such as 4K, 2K, 1080p, 720p, 480p, 360p, etc.
- Advanced camera settings - AE/AF, ISO, EC, WB and Zooming
- Configurable for video frame rate, quality and encoder
- Landscape and Portrait mode supported
- Support front/rear, wide angle/telephoto cameras and real-time switching
- Support for face beautify, flash, manual/auto focus and video flip/mirror
- Audio supported, use your smartphone as a wireless microphone for PC
- Completely replaces USB webcam or integrated webcam, compatible with most applications using webcam
- Preview video, take pictures and record video files with our Windows client software
Install required Windows client software from http://www.e2esoft.com/ivcam.
- Add 2K support.
Ratings and Reviews
I really liked the app, but!!
Like the headline says. I really liked the app. Very responsive. Good quality of video. Although, I would recommend good lighting to improve the quality of the white balance and light capture. I was streaming out of the batt I’m 1080pm using OBS with two cameras (phones). Computer app was working flawlessly. I really like it and will continue using it. The down side here and the reason I don’t give 5 stars is related to the payment. I paid the 9.99 full version. Based on the information here. This app is compatible with family sharing. Meaning that I should not have to pay 9.99 for each device as long as they are under my family sharing. I would restore the purchase but, but still get the ads and watermark. I had to pay an extra 9.99 for it to go away on my other iCloud account. So that is already 20$ dollars. The only reason I paid it. Is because it is a fraction of the price of a good webcam or digital camera.
Still you get the quality. I would say it is even better. Lots of things can be done with it. The app does what it promises. It is a good one to use and easy. I recommend it.
Developer Response ,
Sorry but Apple doesn't support family sharing for in-app purchases...
Best webcam software for Windows users!
After trying out other webcam programs, I found the features and quality on iVCam to be the best. I use an iPhone 11 clamped to my monitor with a Smartrig multifunctional clamp, smartphone mount and ring light and it blows away my Logitech C922 in image quality. I get up to 4K 60 frames video with excellent low light performance.
You can use iVCam with multiple devices which EpocCam will charge you extra for and I’ve found the latency to be much better than NDI HX Camera which is a $20 app. It is also the only app I found that allows you to use the mouse wheel or keyboard keys to control zoom in/out. This is a great convenience when you want to size yourself in a screen or crop out edges of a green screen without having to reach around a mounted iPhone to pinch and zoom on a tiny screen that is facing away from you when using the better rear camera lenses.
I tried a lot of demos of these apps and finally bought the full version of iVCam and feel it’s maybe the best $10 I’ve spent on an app. If you’re a Windows user with an iPhone that you can spare during web calls then you already have a better webcam than most of the dedicated ones out there that are scarce and/or over-priced during these work-from-home times. This is frankly a no-brainer.
Great app! - some multi cam advice here!
I was tasked with streaming a small outdoor wedding to 200 people who couldn’t come because of the pandemic. Never did anything like it before but determined to make it great, despite no ability to have additional helpers.
Installed 3 instances of ivCam. Mounted 2 in strategic positions. Set up one attentive guest with it for a different vantage. (Added a wired in DSLR for a great main view) and fed it all into OBS. Some smooth transitions between all the views and the finished product got rave reviews.
One confusing point for me. You have great control over the camera from the ivCam application on the pc - quality, exposure, etc. and an all important setting for hardware decoding. But I could not figure out how to get to each camera instance. Sometimes I got instance #1. Sometimes #2. It was all working in OBS, but couldn’t find the ivCam controls for each of the 3 cams. Turns out that I’d you just keep launching the ivCam application, it will load the additional instances. You don’t specify which instance - just keep launching and eventually you get them all.
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- Junhong Chai
- 17.6 MB
- Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 9.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
- Requires macOS 11.0 or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip.
English, Arabic, Bulgarian, Catalan, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Slovak, Spanish, Swedish, Thai, Traditional Chinese, Turkish, Vietnamese
- Age Rating
- ©️ e2eSoft
- In-App Purchases
- PERMANENT $24.99
- PREMIUM ANNUAL $9.99
- BASIC ANNUAL $7.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.