Version 1.2 for Windows (95/98/NT/ME/2000/XP)
Release 05. September 2004
Connect your Video Device ( WebCam, Capture
Card, etc. ) to one PC and see the Video on ALL PC's within
your Network or over the Internet.
The CamLAN Server application sends the
video from the actual connected Video Device to all connected
CamLAN Clients. The Server and Clients must exist within the
same LAN or they can communicate over the Internet.
Start the Server on the PC to which you
have connected your Video Device. The Server sends the video
to all connected clients. You can select the interval for
sending, the picture size and the picture quality, depending
on the performance of your system.
Start the Client on all PC's on which you
want to see the video from the Video Device which is connected
to the Server.
The Video Window can appear always on top
of your desktop, in the original size of the Video Device
source, a selectable user size or fullscreen.
Connect to the Server PC your desired Video
Device. This could be a WebCam, a Capture Card, a TV Tuner
You need a valid Windows driver for your Video Device and
the driver must be able to capture an uncompressed frame.
You have to select a RGB video format, where RGB 24 Bit is
Windows 95/98/NT 4.x/Me/2000/XP
Pentium III or similar CPU
for short capture and sending intervals
Video Device with an actual driver for Windows
Internet or LAN access to send and receive the video stream 16 MB of RAM
1 MB free disk space