Hi to all SplitCam users. Please test our new beta version:http://www.splitcamera.com/SplitCamSetu ... 5_BETA.exe
Recommended System Requirements:
Microsoft Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8
Intel Core i3 or Faster Processor
2 GB RAM
1. Modified methods for Video capture
2. Broadcast mode
3. Video quality in Options
4. New version of FFDSHOW codec (June, 2013)
1. CDirectShow - Problem on line 2651
2. Skype did not see SplitCam filter
Short description of new features
1. Video capture
You can capture your video using one of two methods:
- SplitCam Video Filter (video capture by SplitCam filter in user mode )
- SplitCam Video Driver (video capture by SplitCam driver in kenel mode )
Use this mode for broadcasting your video to tv sites: justin.tv, livestream.com and ustream.tv
This mode requires a powerful CPU on your PC.
Before work with Broadcast you need to create an account on one (or all) of these sites.
• Press Broadcast button
• Select a site (justin.tv, livestream.com or ustream.tv) on the left panel
• In Username field enter your user name, which you have created on this site
• In Password - your password
• In Location (for justin.tv) - choose the near justin server to your location. In Channel (for livestream.com or ustream.tv ) - a channel from your account.
• In Resolution - video resolution. Attention, high resolution requires more powerful CPU and speed Internet channel
• In Quality - quality video for broadcasting. Attention, high value requires more powerful CPU and speed Internet channel
• In Preset - speed handling. For Ultrafast SplitCam will fastly transfer your video but with slow quality. For Veryslow - video quality will high, but here you get big CPU loading
• Press Start/Stop button - start/stop for broadcasting
• Connect (Yes|No) - shows a server connect
• Output bitrate - transfer speed of your video to a server
• Stream delay - stream delay of your video in Broadcast channel
• CPU - CPU loading of your PC. If the loading is more 95%, then stop broadcasting and change the values in Resolution, Quality or Preset.
3. Video quality in Options
Allows you to change output video quality in SplitCam using the following resize methods:
• Very low - uses a nearest-neighbor interpolation. For this method CPU loading is minimal, than in the other method
• Low - uses a bilinear interpolation. This method is optimal for most video.
• Medium - uses resampling using pixel area relation. It may be a preferred method for image decimation, as it gives moire’-free results. But when the image is zoomed, it is similar to Low method.
• High - a bicubic interpolation over 4x4 pixel neighborhood, for enlarging an image,
• Very high - a Lanczos interpolation over 8x8 pixel neighborhood, this method gives you good qualitity but influences on CPU loading