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SplitCam v7.5.1.3 Beta for Windows 10 Anniversary Update

Posted: Sun Aug 21, 2016 2:43 pm
by vicul
We made this version for those users who set that Update.

Downloading is here:
viewtopic.php?f=19&t=7435


New features
1. Timeout optimization for IP Camera

Fixed bugs:
1. Uncorrected transformation of images with non-standard resolutions.
2. Maximal resolution for splitting was 2048x1944.
3. Issues after set of the Windows 10 Anniversary Update Version 1607:
- Did not work SplitCam Video Driver in Skype, MFC client and inet browsers.
- Slow show of video clips

In SplitCam v7.5.1.3 Beta we have restored only the main features of the program. Therefore we don't recommend to set the Anniversary Update Version 1607. Wait for a fixed copy of that Update.

Re: SplitCam v7.5.1.3 Beta for Windows 10 Anniversary Update

Posted: Fri Sep 02, 2016 4:33 am
by CTRugger
The Beta version of SplitCam resolved the most critcial operating issue of v7.4.4.1 arising after the Anniversary Update to Windows 10, i.e., increasing utilization of memory (from 85 Meg up to 1.7 Gig) until the cam window froze and crashed after 15 minutes. Utilizing the Beta software memory usage remains stable for the various resolution options at under 90 Meg. The software operates indefinitely with no time limit or subsequent crashing. I understand Microsoft is preparing its own modifications to its operating software addressing various web cam issues. However I want to thank Splitcam support staff for their prompt attention and issuance of the Beta version restoring use of the Splitcam software in Windows OS environments.

Re: SplitCam v7.5.1.3 Beta for Windows 10 Anniversary Update

Posted: Sun Sep 18, 2016 6:11 am
by vicul
After set of that Update the Adobe Flash Player stopped to work with Splitcam Video Driver in Mozilla Firefox . Another browsers worked well.

We informed the Adobe team about that issue:

https://bugbase.adobe.com/index.cfm?eve ... EY=4186154

While Adobe is discovering it, we recommend to use:

- Splitcam Video Filter in Firefox (only in 32-bit versions)

or

- the other browsers: MS Edge and Chrome

Victor