The ScreenCamera interface is refreshingly sparse with just a few colorful icons to guide you through the screen capture
process. This program also includes a Help file and plenty of explanatory documentation to help you use the program to the fullest extent.
Once ScreenCamera has been set up, the program itself is quite easy to use. Users of all levels will quickly adapt to the ScreenCamera interface and navigating through the program is merely a matter of using it once or twice. WhatвЂ™s at the crux of the ScreenCamera program is the many different features that this tool comes with.
ScreenCamera isnвЂ™t a standard webcam program. Instead of simply allowing users to chat via webcam, ScreenCamera literally captures the current images or documents that are on a userвЂ™s desktop. For example, if you want to use this program in order to guide someone through a document, both users can look at the actual document together using the ScreenCamera program (both users must also have a webcam set up). Users can view photos, a desktop shot, any many other types of files using ScreenCamera.
In this reviewerвЂ™s opinion, the best feature that ScreenCamera has is the split-screen feature. This feature allows users to carry on multiple chats simultaneously. For example, you can chat with someone via Skype while also using ICQ (supports a number of different chat programs).
For $49.95, ScreenCamera can be yours. The only drawback to this program is that it does consumer a lot of system resources
, but this shouldnвЂ™t be an issue if you are only running a few programs at once. Otherwise, that $49.95 price tag
is a great deal.