AV Webcam Morpher Pro estaba como Giveaway el día n 23 de septiembre de 2010
AV Webcam Morpher is a fun software program that allows users to be creative in online activities by altering and controlling your webcam output in real time. Users don’t even have to own a webcam; the program will simulate a webcam broadcast for you through nickfaces.
Windows XP SP2 / Vista
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Descargue este programa el dia de ayer y todo se veia muy bien hasta que me empezo a pedir el numero de licencia y pues de donde, si cerraba esa ventana cerraba tambien la ventana del programa, que lastima porque lo necesitava pero en fin, un engano.
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Program has autoupdate check feature enabled by default, unless stated otherwise the policy is no free updates to the offered software so be sure to uncheck the "Enable autoupdate" check box in Settings panel.
Also Activation feature apears to check with their server to validate the data so be sure to apply activation data you retrieve today... TODAY to be sure to get the full offer benifits!
Note this program requires installing an unsigned driver to function and requires a reboot to activate that driver so do not expect this to work on any 64-bit version of windows unless the security model settings have been significantly compromised to disable signed drivers enforcment and assuming the 64-bit operating system can run this driver in 32-bit compatability mode, which is rare.
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After jumping through the hoops it installed fine and appears to be clean.
The app looks very early 90s until you apply a skin to it and then it looks great.
More free skins are available if you click on that option under 'Skins'
When you click 'Upgrade and choose pro it takes you to a page with downloads of other people's picture.....I guess so you can pretend to be someone else. :-(
I don't use a webcam and I don't feel like looking for it or hooking it up to test it but I will file this under 'Things I Might Need Someday'
If you do use a webcam, make sure to have a good firewall and turn off / cover your cam when not in use because hackers often look for a web cam or mic before anything else to watch and record you. Laptop cams can be covered easily with tape and a small patch of cloth to use as a flap cover.
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AV Webcam Morpher may/may not work for you with any Windows version from XP on, &/or in a VM [virtual Machine] if/when it won't work in regular Windows. It uses older video tech that can conflict with newer, including the software & drivers you may use for your web-cam or other video hardware. The app itself can be used as your web-cam interface, changing your voice &/or substituting video clips of other people in place of whatever your web-cam actually sees. It doesn't do motion capture or somehow mimic the new Xbox controller that watches your movements -- you simply use the supplied or downloaded sets of video clips, which include things like clips showing a person agreeing or disagreeing etc. Because when you use these clips it doesn't show your actual web-cam video, a web-cam itself isn't needed -- you can just use these pre-recorded clips with your voice captured by a mic... to enable that it includes an **Optional** driver -- at the end of install you're asked if want to install the driver, & if you don't, it can be added later from the Driver folder inside the program's folder. That driver [from Microsoft BTW], like the rest of the app, might/might not be compatible with your system & the version of Windows etc... Additional features include video &/or audio recording of conversations, audio & video special effects, & with their pre-recorded clips, changing the background shown [i.e. some clips show someone filmed against a blue screen, so the app can plug in one of their supplied background images or yours]. Obviously not everyone approves of or wants to pretend to be someone else (of the same or opposite gender), &/or may not approve of the perhaps suggestive nature of some of the clips, backgrounds etc...
As far as the app & tech used, I didn't see anything really bad -- it's just older tech. That said, lots of older video stuff still works [or can be made to work] in 7 ult 64 -- I still use some stuff from the late 90's, 2001 etc. At the same time, this wouldn't work at all in my install of XP Pro SP3 32 -- it just locked with 25% CPU usage when started -- I assume because of Much more recent video recording/capture software & drivers installed [IMHO guaranteeing it wouldn't work with the win7 versions of those same apps/drivers]. Using Google I also saw complaints related to the driver [avwebcam.sys], including high CPU usage.
Installing AV Webcam Morpher adds the program's folder which takes up ~28MB in 254 files, 40 folders... one set of video clips is included [Helen] along with 5 backgrounds [more avail. at their site]. One folder's added to All Users \ Application Data in XP [I didn't try it in 7 since it's not officially supported, but particularly since it works in Vista, I don't see any reason it wouldn't, or couldn't be made to work there]. There's one service [WebCamHelper.sys] in the program's folder registered with Windows, so it needs a Windows reboot or restart. Besides adding that service, AV Webcam Morpher itself only adds a program & an uninstall key to the registry. If you install the driver, besides the app adding "avwebcam.sys" to the drivers folder, Windows will wind up adding several files & registry entries, & changing a few more -- it'll do that whenever you add a video capture/recording device... while that's normally not a problem in my experience, things can go wrong, so backup if you want to be safest. Registration involves getting a serial number from the developers site -- you input a name & email & it gives you a number -- that you paste into the app's window... it Does Not appear to be tied to hardware what-so-ever.
RE: Alternatives... Google came up with this right off the bat: [http://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/en/posfordotnet/thread/812e7b2b-7288-4afa-9584-1fced708cf06].
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@ #9 Sabine,
I know of hacker apps that sweep ports or whatnot and look for access to cams and video. Some video captured by this method has become viral. I am surprised you aren't aware of it......very embarrassing stuff. I have seen cam hack footage on many sites from hacked cams so don't undermine my advice.
A cam turned away when not in use or a cover put over it is NOT a bad idea. If you have a cam and an IP Address, someone can access it. Every software app you install for your cam can potentially be used against you. There are apps just for finding and capturing webcams.
Don't be lackadaisical about alternative ways to protect yourself.
Just because I don't use a webcam doesn't mean I am unaware of the different types of attacks used on them daily.
Even w/out a 'Remote Access Trojan' a person can control another webcam with hacking apps that only requires you entering an ip address. You should read up on it instead of laughing everything off.
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Sabine, if you think your webcam is totally secure just because you haven't opened the software that came with it, you are sadly misinformed. While not a card-carrying paranoid schizophrenic, I know it is possible to remotely hack into computers and run programs in stealth mode, including webcams, with their LEDs disabled. The advice in #2 for covering the webcam is actually a good idea, although there are other, even more insidious things hackers can do, such as planting key loggers and dialer apps that phone home to foreign phone numbers at $100/minute using your good old FAX modem.
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