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Giveaway of the day — ScreenCamera

ScreenCamera is a virtual camera, a desktop recorder, and a webcam splitter.
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ScreenCamera was available as a giveaway on February 11, 2011!

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ScreenCamera is a virtual camera, a desktop recorder, and a webcam splitter. ScreenCamera installs a camera on the system that can be used on Skype, UStream, and all video conference apps and websites.
ScreenCamera records the PC desktop and webcam in high definition so you can use it to quickly create high quality tutorials, and to record your video calls. And by connecting your webcam through ScreenCamera you will be able to use it on multiple applications simultaneously.

System Requirements:

Windows XP/ Vista/ 7





File Size:

3.66 MB



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I've been trying out this software over the last day, and it seems pretty good for my purposes. I have only one problem - I can't find a way to save my program settings, and it's irritating to have to re-enter the settings every time I start it.

Reply   |   Comment by Genghiz  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

I had to uninstall it: it interfered with recording video to Facebook...

Reply   |   Comment by S!ick  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

I repeatedly but unsuccessfully tried to install and run ScreenCamera on both a 64-bit Windows 7 Home Premium laptop and a 32-bit Windows XP Home SP3 computer. On both computers, I repeatedly got an error message saying the following: "Error while unpacking program, code LP5. Please report to author." On each computer, that error message first appeared when I started to run the setup file, but the installation then appeared to go forward successfully. However, every time I tried to launch ScreenCamera on each computer following the installation, the code LP5 error message appeared and then ScreenCamera crashed without my ever seeing anything of the functioning ScreenCamera program. I got the same results on each computer even when I uninstalled and reinstalled ScreenCamera. This problem has prevented me from trying ScreenCamera and also prevented me from taking advantage of today's ScreenCamera promotion at GiveAwayOfTheDay. (I have submitted this same message to the publisher of ScreenCamera.)

Reply   |   Comment by SeattleUser  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

Things I have tried and been unsuccessful with.

I tried adjusting the settings in the video settings but it refuses to stay changed to the set resolution's I pick. it keeps reverting to the 160x120 if this info helps I am using windows XP Pro SP3.

I really wish I knew what else to do besides trying another round of uninstalling it and then trying a fresh reinstall, something I have done twice and it has also proven unsuccessful.

I have run out of Ideas. So I thought I would ask here at the GAOTD Community, to see if anyone had any new ideas on what else I can try to fix this simple but pain in the behind issue.

Reply   |   Comment by Rick Frog  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

This program is a update of the one given away in June it has some minor changes some for the better.

But I have a problem selecting the web-cam source feed it will not let me change the internal resolution from the source camera it says it will record in 640X480 which my Intel Pro Cam 430 can easily produce.

However it refuses to show anything but the grainy bare minimum cam setting of 160X120 So how do I go about changing it from reading the input source as 160X120 to the old version which worked just fine and gave me a good video resolution of 640X480

I have included a screen pic of what I am talking about. If any one knows how to fix this so it will change the source image size and so it works please explain for me.

This program was awesome In June and would still be so today if it would work correctly for me but it is not. Right now I am incredibly disappointed in what I am seeing. I currently wish I had not updated by installing this version thus losing my working old version. The image quality is garbage now and nothing I do seems to fix it.

So What am I overlooking? Just how Do I change it, so it will once again read and show the 640X480 it used to. before I installed this one.

If I knew this is what would happen I would never have chosen to update and install this version. I now have a program that works but the image is worse than it used to be.

I don't know if the program is at fault or if I am doing something wrong and am the one at fault. All help is appreciated and very much needed.

Signed a disappointed Rick Frog

Thank you GAOTD for bringing us such great programs.

Please if any one knows how I can fix this I really want to go back to using this program I loved it before but now don't know what to do.

Screen shot is posted at

Reply   |   Comment by Rick Frog  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

#10 - I'm a teacher too, and I use the free version of TechSmith's Jing and the freeware CamStudio to create tutorial videos for my students and other teachers. Jing comes with free (although limited) space on ScreenCast.com so that you can upload your movies to the Internet for students who missed your class or need review to view. I've also used PCHand Screen Recorder, offered previously here on GOTD.

I think I tried today's offering previously, and had the problem another reviewer mentioned with the infinite screen-within-a-screen. With so many other options for screen captures, I couldn't be bothered to sort Screen Camera's out.

Reply   |   Comment by MrsTScott  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+8)

ScreenCamera, as the included help file says, was designed to: " share your desktop screen and your webcam together using popular instant messaging and web conferencing programs " & " also allows you to share your webcam on multiple programs at the same time ". Another VB [Visual Basic] app, ScreenCamera supplies/installs it's own driver -- either 32 or 64 bit -- though it does not have it's own video codec if/when you want to record your screen capture.

It would not install to the XP Mode VM, & in win7 ult 32 I recorded 3330 new registry entries, so it's not a low impact install. Operation is generally easy, with buttons to capture the desktop, webcam, or both, & settings for capture codecs/formats & sources. A link on the 1st configuration tab ["Avoid black blank video..."] opens the Help file -- under Troubleshooting you'll see directions on how to turn off graphics hardware acceleration in XP. ScreenCamera itself takes up ~6 MB with 38 files, 6 folders in the program's folder -- I also recorded 4 files, 1 folder added to Windows\ System32\ DriverStore\, 1 driver file added to System32\ Drivers, 4 files added & registered to System32, & 2 files added to Windows\ inf\. Uninstall from the Start Menu shortcut did not remove all program files & left the driver in place -- many but not all registry entries for the app & driver were removed. While I can't say whether just deleting the driver file is safe or not for anyone, I did delete scrcamhrdrv.sys after uninstall & win7 did start fine without it in place -- when you just delete a driver without removing its registry entries that is not always the case, & you can have problems including Windows not starting [after a backup I normally turn a driver off in Autoruns, reboot, then if all's well delete the file, but I was curious].

Normally I'd be a bit leery of a video-related app written in VB -- VB's just not always efficient enough -- but if r0lZ [#1 comment] says it's been working good for him, Cool. And while it does add quite a few registry entries, those are necessary for the added VB files, not a sign that the devs didn't know what they were doing. When the help file talks about disabling hardware acceleration, that could mean ScreenCamera uses older methods for handling video, or it could be left over from earlier versions of the app & just never edited out of the help file -- the app's file dates are all recent or new. And there's nothing wrong with using older methods -- they just won't always play nice with newer apps &/or Windows. All in all if ScreenCamera does something you need/want, give it a try after first backing up your system, or at least setting a Restore Point if/when you're in win7. If all you're after is a screen capture app, if the webcam stuff has no appeal for you, I'd suggest taking a look at Snap.

Reply   |   Comment by mike  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+15)

The "Include Audio" option is disabled on my installation. It will not record system produced sounds at all.

I like this software & I think it works better than CamStudio, but it would be far preferrable to have system sounds recorded along with the video.

For those who prefer AVI output, there is a setting that allows you to switch to AVI. I noticed several people commenting on this so thought I would mention it.

Reply   |   Comment by OopsieDaisy  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+3)

I had installed the program because description said, it can be used on Skype, UStream, and all video conference apps and websites.

However #1 comment said, "there is no way to use it as a virtual webcam, so you cannot use it with Skype, for example."

I'm not trying to catch my image without webcam, I'm just want to send my on desktop screen as video in Skype. Is this really impossible to do with this program?

Reply   |   Comment by jugem  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-3)

i haven't seen such positive feedback on a giveaway for a long time.

Great app, and easy to use. I wanted a virtual camera for ages... didn't quite find a good one. Thanks and keep up the very nice job.

Reply   |   Comment by BesT  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-7)

Told me certain drivers were not installed and then worked. However seemed somwhat complicated and I could not find instructions in the download, so unibstlled it. Then asked if I would complete a one question survey. It had a Yes and No Screen. The Yes screen allowed you to download the software, the NO screen was blank. I may be a little simple but if I am uninstalling an application I am NOT wanting to download it again. Gives me no confidence in the people at all.

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Reply   |   Comment by Norman  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-6)

Software wants to install 7 startup programs.

Reply   |   Comment by Lu Hulu  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)

Here's the link to the On-line User Guide: http://www.pcwinsoft.com/ScreenCamera/user_guide/.

[Note: It says "Ref.: ScreenCamera [v.]" on the bottom of the first page, so the Guide's for an earlier version.]

Reply   |   Comment by Suze  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+8)

The ScreenCamera Giveaway from about 2 years ago worked flawlessly. The one from last June (?) and this one all problems. The original from about 2 years ago, I had installed only on one PC, and as I said, flawless. Do to a crash and Windows XP MCE2005 re-install, I lost that version of ScreenCamera. I installed the new version offered last June, on all 3 of my PC's, all XP MCE2005, and on every one, no matter how I tweaked the settings, it would record with an endless loop of the image inside the image, like if you point a camcorder at a TV screen or the barbershop mirrors effect.

I deleted the old app, and downloaded today's offering, and installed on one PC so far. When setting up, it showed image in image again, and I don't even get to see the "crosshairs" of what's being recorded, and playback shows a set of color bars. This seems to be working for others OK, wonder what's up?

Reply   |   Comment by dannykewl  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+8)

#10: "Can anyone tell me the difference between this program and a program such as Wondershare’s demo creator?"

*If* I remember correctly Demo Creator focused more on some basic editing features, adding graphics, annotations etc. ScreenCamera OTOH just focuses on the screen capture.

"... I’m a teacher who sometimes prepares simple tutorials for my students. I’m looking for ease-of-use and common file outputs... "

FWIW, when it comes to output formats for that sort of thing I'd suggest starting at the end, imagining the finished project as you'd really, *really* like it, then work backwards determining how you'll get there.

It's hard to get something like a tutorial perfect while you're recording -- think of how they make a film, with all the different takes, editing afterward to put everything together... You might not need to go to that extreme, but it is handy to be able to *do just that one part over again*. If you plan on editing your video, you can redo any portions you'd like, & you can cut out [or speed up] the boring parts, like waiting for something to process or load. It's also human nature to think of a better way to say something after the fact. So if you like the idea of editing, look for editing software that outputs the formats you want/need, &/or use a capture app that has editing features you like built-in.

Once you have something in mind for editing, if you decide to use a separate app for screen capture it's important that it writes video files your tentative editor can open -- little else in the way of formats would matter. Generally you'll probably want to look for .avi *using your choice of codec*, so you can work with something fast that has very good quality & is highly editable, like mjpeg or HUFFYUV. [mpg2 can also work very well at higher bit rates, *if* you use a good encoder, & so can DV] A hardware-based alternative some still use [it was much more common in the 90s], now cheap adapters, many graphics cards/chipsets, & many laptops can output your Windows screen to TV, & that output works equally well with [again, now much cheaper] DVD recorders. It's more work -- you have the extra step of using something like PgcDemux to give you separate audio/video files on your hard drive -- but if you want 29.976 [30] frames per second, & that's difficult or impossible with your PC/laptop as is, it can work very well.

I think when it comes to all-inclusive packages Camtasia is considered best, but unless you find an older version free on-line, it's a bit more expensive. That's Not to say Wondershare's Demo Creator is bad -- it just doesn't have Camtasia's depth of features, hasn't been developed for as long so could use more time to evolve. For efficient video screen capture to your choice of codec I like Ashampoo Snap 4 -- I saw it for ~$4 through an e-mail offer a *while* after downloading the trial, but got it in one of their $100 for $20 promotions instead [the longer you wait the better Ashampoo's offers ;-) ]... at that price I think it's a better alternative than most [for just the screen cap portion at least], & will even let me screen capture to AVC/H.264 using the VFW version of x264. For Video editing, if you use Demo Creator's captions, balloons etc., Videowave bundled in Roxio Creator 2011 is pretty capable & easy to use -- if you hunt down coupon codes on-line & watch for specials it should cost around $35-40. Nero Vision, bundled in Nero's competing apps *may* be more capable, but Videowave I think would be better for the graphics overlays -- the Nero suites cost about the same with coupons/sales, but you also see $0 after MIR. You can find the Home or Studio versions of Sony Vegas for about the same prices as Nero suites, but while it's very capable, it doesn't accept as many formats as Nero &/or Roxio, & won't do caption overlays & such as easily as Wondershare or Roxio. If you're looking for a free video NLE [Non Linear Editor], there's Wax, &/or you might want to check out the Lightworks beta.

Reply   |   Comment by mike  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+30)

Seems useful. Works fine with Skype on both WinXP and Win7. It's a bit slow to start and stop recording, and it takes up a lot of space for very low video quality with the default settings. I'll have to play with the settings a bit.

Reply   |   Comment by DVMarsh  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+9)

very easy to use, PROS: shows my im partner (yahoo msg) my entire screen , a kind of remote access, and very clear camera i must say! CONS: freezes my screen when i click on show desktop , and when i recorded a view of my desktop , and played back, i found out that Rocket Dock and Rain Meter enigma skin which is my desktop style was excluded from the recording. i recommend an option to select diffrent skins for the interface and also a side by side interface rather than 2 dialog boxes. seems a bugging issue too.

Reply   |   Comment by SITA  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+5)

I tried it, to see if it would record a movie. It didn't work too good.
way to many dropped frames.
I've look to see if I could change settings but so far no luck

Reply   |   Comment by meagain  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

#3: "... asked wether this program would record (movie-)audio from the desktop... "…and if so, how? Do you need a microphone plugged in? Or does the program grab the audio together with the video... Could it be that the recording speed influences the audiostream – too high a frame rate would mean no or bad audio? Just an idea…"

If it helps...
Recording audio is easy from a technical standpoint -- I remember buying my 1st CD drive, & how it came bundled with a soundcard because back then that was how you connected the drive to the PC... it also came with a microphone. If a PC with a 286 processor running Windows 3.1 could record audio without problems, there's simply no technical reason any PC/laptop today can't do it too. Yet many can't because the manufacturer has chosen to disable many recording features as a means of DRM or copy protection. IMHO Stupid. I've read of some people getting it working by editing the registry, others have added or replaced audio drivers, many use USB devices, either soundcard replacements or video capture/TV tuners [I've seen soundcard replacements for less than $3, & devices that would also capture video for less than $10], & some just run a patch cable between the speaker/headphone out to the mic input [you can add a cheap *box* with volume control & an additional jack so you can monitor with headphones].

That said, the chip-sets that do the actual audio digitizing have/use their own clock frequencies [you see them when you set audio files to use 22 or 44.1 or 48 or 96 kHz etc.]. When you digitize video OTOH scanning or sampling is timed at completely different frequencies that *do not* match those for audio. Software &/or hardware has to account for that difference to maintain video/audio sync -- you can record video with 1 app, & *at the same time* record audio with another, & despite the fact that both are recording the same thing, *they will not exactly match* [something more obvious with longer recordings]. When captured/recorded or converted audio/video lose sync, most always software is just falling down on the job.

If you're recording video at a higher bandwidth than your setup can handle, you lose or drop video frames, but the audio [the easy part] stays constant. To directly answer the question: "... too high a frame rate would mean no or bad audio?", no, it shouldn't. It is easier for your hardware & software to write fewer frames per second to your hard drive, simply because there's less data to handle, but [unless something's broken] the end result of trying to record more than your setup can handle should just be dropped [i.e. repeated] video frames... IOW it can look terrible, but the audio should be fine.

Capturing what's on-screen means additional challenges because your PC/laptop has to both display video & screen capture it. Software also has to account for the different ways video can be displayed -- it was easier when all Windows could use was Video Overlay, but that's no longer the case. On-screen video can now use 1 of several different Direct Show renderers, depending on what software you've installed, including later versions of .NET [I just checked & in win7 I'm showing 9 different choices]. Setting/Changing which one's used by default isn't that easy. Long story short, for better video screen capture you can try different capturing apps [beside some being written better than others, they can work better/worse with different renderers], turn graphics card or chip hardware acceleration on/off *when available* [e.g. right click a Flash player window & through options in the context menus turn hardware acceleration on/off], try different players, &/or web browsers for on-line video as some use hardware accel, some don't, & they can use different renderers. You can try to have as little as possible running in Windows, & optimize writing the captured stream to disk -- a fast video codec is critical, but also mind basic stuff like not writing your capture file to a heavily fragmented hard drive, & don't target the system drive if/when possible. And while just about any PC/laptop can capture a regular video stream nowadays [the data rate via USB is not exactly earth shattering ;-) ], for screen capture the same *does not apply*, especially if you're trying to record Flash HD video -- it takes a fair amount of CPU & often GPU just to play it, & you may not have enough left.

Reply   |   Comment by mike  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+42)

Previous version never could connect to my web cam. This version does. Also, would not install on a different computer running XP home with 24 bit true color. Keeps asking me to change setting to 32 bit true color. Only options are 16 bit and 24 bit true color so I could go no further.

Reply   |   Comment by magiccrpet  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+11)

I do not like this vendor. in the past I have downloaded and installed from this site 1AVCapture. after few month it promote to upgrade. now I know that GAOTD programs are given with the upgrade ability but the popup window stated "free update is available" after a quick download of the update file, the GAOTD version stopped working claiming I have to buy a license. after I have approached the vendor they have claimed they are aware of this (so maybe that is why they have done so).
Anyway, if you download, do not try to upgrade, update or any other attempt even if it claims it is for free IT IS NOT. best to restrict the program from accessing the Internet.

Reply   |   Comment by tarazan  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+24)

Doesn't seem to work properly with dual monitors.

If I start up the app, and want to record from my other screen, I am unable to choose any window or region on the 2nd screen.

Reply   |   Comment by sbofen  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-4)

Drawback : Only works to capture Main screen in dual-monitor configuration set-up.
Advantage : Controls and mini-screen can be moved, used and watched outside the capture area.

Reply   |   Comment by Tek Neek  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+13)

@r0lZ Thanks much. I didn't see a selection for input other than my webcam mic. I seem to have had some kind of installation problem here on Windows 7 64 bit, so I had to re-install. I'll see if it works properly now.

Reply   |   Comment by SpaceEagle  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+10)

@3 - Patrick This was an answer to the question #2 back in June.
"@2 yes it can, just go to your mic option (control panel>audio) and activate stereo mix. (in win 7 and vista the driver is hidden). So be sure to right click on the device section and show hidden drivers (unhide and make default)."
Comment by Rich — June 5th, 2010 at 7:48 am

Reply   |   Comment by Lacy  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+15)

QUESTION: Can anyone tell me the difference between this program and a program such as Wondershare's demo creator? I'm a teacher who sometimes prepares simple tutorials for my students. I'm looking for ease-of-use and common file outputs - livestreaming is not a must for me. Should I download today's pick or keep Wondershare?

Reply   |   Comment by Amy  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

Failed to install, tried twice...just get 'error screen camera driver is not currently installed. Assistance please?

Reply   |   Comment by will  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-7)

@ #4, SpaceEagle:
There are two ways to eliminate the window which shows what you’re capturing. Just iconify ScreenCamera in the taskbar, or click the little rounded border above or below the ScreenCamera main window to close only the video output window. Click again to re-open it.

@#5, Bob:
You can select the output format (WMV or AVI) and the video codec to use in the settings.

You can also select the input audio source via the settings window, but of course, if you use it as a webcam for Skype, you don't need to record the audio. It supports to record any input, including the Stereo Mix, so you can theoretically record what you hear (if your sound card and Windows settings allow you to record the Stereo Mix output).

Reply   |   Comment by r0lZ  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+25)

Caution: It created about 400 new entries in the registry and drove my firewall mad during the installation process, maybe because of tests on external sites.

Reply   |   Comment by Scoobidoo  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+42)

Let me correct myself. It DOES allow you to select a specific region. The way you select the region is just a little unconventional. It works, though! Very nice!

Reply   |   Comment by SpaceEagle  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+30)

The program seems to record both screen and audio well and effortlessly. It doesn't seem to allow you to capture a particular, user defined area of the screen. It would be nice to be able to move or eliminate the window which shows what you're capturing, also. It seems to be a keeper, though.

Reply   |   Comment by SpaceEagle  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+16)


This software was offered June 5, 2010 here:

Then post no. 2 by acr asked wether this program would record (movie-)audio from the desktop. I'm asking the same question here and would add "...and if so, how? Do you need a microphone plugged in? Or does the program grab the audio together with the video without much ado?"
#58 Rayok was quite convinced at the time, that it does record streaming audio.

Something may have escaped me seeing that I didn't succeed in solving this problem then - and forgot about it afterwards...

Could it be that the recording speed influences the audiostream - too high a frame rate would mean no or bad audio? Just an idea...

Anyone out there any ideas?


Reply   |   Comment by Patrick  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+30)

Hello to all. In the past we could download other programs from the same publisher than today. I downloaded already:
1AVCenter, 1AVCapture, 1AVMonitor and 1AVStreamer. I guess I´m not the only one who has these programs installed. So now my question: What is the difference, or better sayed, has it sense to download in my case the todays offer? I can imagine that the 1AVCenter does the same. But I´m not sure. Just in case I downloaded the program already, but I will only install it if it´s different or more actualized than the other ones. But if the other ones does the same it won´t make sense to install it. So please help me out of my doubt. Your answers are very apreshiated. Thanks in advanced and have a great day all. P.D. Sorry if my english is not so good, I´m German, but I live in Mexico since 1993. :)

Reply   |   Comment by Hans  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+11)

A good tool. It does what it says. I have used the previous version given here to record games and help friends via Skype, and it worked well.

However, IMO, it should provide a good lossless codec to record in AVI. I use the free CamStudio Lossless Codec v1.4, that you can download here: http://camstudio.org/

BTW, CamStudio is an excellent free alternative to ScreenCamera, but if it can record to AVI, there is no way to use it as a virtual webcam, so you cannot use it with Skype, for example.

Reply   |   Comment by r0lZ  –  12 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+54)
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