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NCH Broadcam

NCH’s BroadCam software gives the user the ability to stream and broadcast videos all over the Internet. BroadCam Video Streaming Software lets you add...

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Publisher NCH Software
Requirements
Windows 2000, Windows 2012, Windows 10, Windows 98, Windows XP, Windows 8, Windows 2003, Windows 2008, Windows Vista, Windows 7
License Trial version

NCH’s BroadCam software gives the user the ability to stream and broadcast videos all over the Internet. BroadCam Video Streaming Software lets you add live or recorded video to your website, while also creating streams to play through all popular browsers. It will also enable you to broadcast with webcams and other video inputs.

NCH say that viewers can watch with just one click. The program will take care of everything, including the stream compression, format and even the serving across the Internet. Default web browsers on any Windows machine will play the video streams, all the viewer needs to do is press play.

Key features include:

  • Stream videos from all popular video file formats
  • Connect a webcam or network IP camera as stream source
  • Host any number of pre-recorded video files
  • Invite a select list of viewers to watch streams
  • Pre-record video for broadcast with Debut Video Recorder

BroadCam also supports video streaming such as motion jpeg (m-jpeg), and the video streams can be viewed from any browser with a Windows Media Player or Flash plug-in. On the professional version of the program you can also display alternate banners with a custom link URL, to endorse your business or generate advertising income. This version also allows you to add a watermark to your live streams.

Overall, NCH’s BroadCam Video Streaming Software is perfect for individuals and companies that wish to transmit video announcements. It can also be used effectively by teachers and lecturers, who can effortlessly create video broadcasts of classes for their class webpage and then send out email invitations for students to watch the stream.