Willing Webcam Pro is a software that helps you capture video and pictures and then saves the files locally or publishes them to your web site, instantly or at preset intervals. To make your videos really shine, you can enhance them with comments, date and time stamps, watermarks, and various effects. If you like to test the app, please visit our site http://www.willingwebcam.com . Willing Webcam Pro doesn't have In-App Purchases unlike Willing Webcam version.
• Support for Built-in and external USB webcams, including iSight and FaceTime cams, IP network webcams, HD cameras, Firewire and DV devices.
• Unlimited object and feature amount for each project.
• Project editor to manage objects and features.
• Objects: Camera, Image watermark, Date and Time stamp, Text stamp, Desktop.
• Movie feature. Video H.264, MPEG4, M-JPEG formats.
• Picture booth feature. JPG, PNG, BMP, GIF, JPEG-2000, TIFF formats.
• Time Lapse feature. H.264, MPEG4 formats.
• Export Video feature. iPhone, iPod, Apple TV, 480p, WiFi, Only Audio formats.
• FTP Upload feature. You can upload image and video files to your site. It supports FTP and SFTP protocols.
• HTTP Server feature. Local and remote video broadcasting (no audio). You can get video on a browser or on the Willing Webcam mobile version from App Store.
• Detection feature. Face and motion. Starts recording when something enters its field of vision.
The program supports directly the following network cameras:
The mobile version from App Store can get live video from the app using HTTP Server feature: http://ios.willingwebcam.com
How to start working:
• click the Inspector button on the toolbar.
• click the plus button in the lower left corner of the program window to create a new project.
• you can change the workspace size and color using the options at the top of the Inspector.
• click the necessary button on the Object tool palette in the left part of the Inspector.
• click on the workspace (dark grey area) in the left part of the program window.
• hold the left mouse key down and drag the mouse to create a new object.
• specify the object settings in the Inspector.
• click the 'Make Natural Ratio' button on the Format tool palette in the left part of the Inspector.
• also use the ‘Back’ and ‘Forward’ buttons on the Format tool palette to change the order of overlapping objects.
• select any other object to change its size, position and settings in the Inspector.
• when the Inspector is closed, you can't change them.
• click inside the object borders, hold down the left mouse key and drag the object to change its position.
• click the corresponding object handle, hold down the left mouse key and drag it to change the object size (handles are small light grey rectangles on the object borders and corners).
• add a feature to the white feature area below the workspace in the same way using the Feature tool palette.
• enable the feature and specify its settings.
• delete any object, feature or file with the Del key.
• you can undo previous actions.
• browse the saved pictures and recorded video files in the Browser section, they are bound up with the current project.
• you can double-click any icon in this section and view the picture or video in the Viewer section.
• you will find the corresponding buttons in the lower right corner of the program window.
• the Capture button on the program toolbar allows you to save pictures instantly or with a delay of 1, 3, 5 seconds.
• click the Sidebar button to change the program appearance.
• also look through the Preferences and menu commands of each program section.
Undo operation fixing.
Ratings and Reviews
Works with YPC HD 1200P Endoscope !!
I have a WiFi endoscope that I use for work - this is a great little endoscope you can get on Amazon for about 30 bucks. Its supposed to be WiFi, but has no software to connect to my Mac. The WiFi is slow, so capturing movies or images is touch with an iPhone or iPad. I use this software to take screenshots / pictures with the endoscope by connecting it directly to my Macbook Pro with its provided USB cord. I have yet to get this to work reliably to capture movies. To capture images, it was a bit convoluted. Here are some steps to help others:
(1) Select the inspector logo in the top right corner.
￼(2) Select the small webcam logo, then click on the workspace area.
(3) Select the webcam logo on the workspace, and then in the inspector pane to the right, select your USB camera (and not the default FaceTime camera).
￼(4) Close the inspector. Use the “Capture” link in the software (top left) to capture screenshots. They will capture to your Willing Webcam installation directory.
Due to difficulty capturing movies, I will simply use Apples Quicktime to screen record an endoscope “movie” if necessary.
$11.99? It doesn’t work with my USB Camera
I have a Cisn 2MP microscope USB camera dosn’t work with High Sierra? Too bad for me Im not sure “Willing”. is the correct adjective
Developer Response ,
1. Open 'About This Mac > System Information' to see if your camera appears in the USB section.
2. Open Inspector in the app, select the USB Camera object and choose your cam in the 'Video Device' list.
3. Make sure that no other apps (like iChat, Messages, or other video editing or chat applications) are currently using the same camera.
4. You can try the free demo version from http://www.willingwebcam.com/ before the purchase. The demo version has all features during 5 days.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.