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If Phillips SPC715NC webcam having a record video how to send this to video to a one email address?


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My probem i have genius webcam nb .so problem i have not driver. i wanto driver.

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How To Create and Send Video Mail for Free


Today anyone with a webcam can quickly and easily create and send video messages for free. You don't have to record videos with expensive equipment, and you don't have to download software. Best of all no expertise is required. If you can create and send text email you can send video mail.


Most people believe that sending videos means recording very large files with a camcorder, and trying to attach it to an email. It usually doesn't work due to email file attachment size limits. mailVU.com is one solution that doesn't require camcorders or file attachments. They have a free video mail service that doesn't require a software download, and it doesn't require a user account. I tried it and put together this step-by-step process for creating your first video mail.


What do you need for video mail?
  • Computer (PC, MAC, Linux all work)
  • Webcam
  • Microphone, either built-in to your webcam or laptop, or external headset
  • Broadband Internet connection


Begin by opening any browser (Internet Explorer, Chrome, Firefox, Safari, etc.) and going to http://mailVU.com. You will be prompted by the following request to allow access to your webcam. Select Allow.


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Now you should be able to see yourself on the left side under Live Camera. If you don't see yourself click on the drop down list of cameras and select the one that works for you. On the Mac it is typically called USB Webcam. Note that until you record a message the deletion options and email option is grayed out at the bottom of the screen.


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Click the red Record button above your image to start the 1 minute recording session. This button will change to Stop after you click it, a notification will appear that recording is in process, and a timer counts down from 1 minute. When done click the red Stop button.


Now that the recording is made the information at the bottom of the screen is available to use. You may play back your message before sending it to someone. To play it back simply click the green Play button above your image. Your recording will now play in the right side window while you still see yourself live in the left side Live Camera window.
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If you want to record over your message, click the red Record button again to overwrite it. When you are happy with your recording decide if you want to use an auto deletion function at the bottom.
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The default deletion time frame is 30 days, but you can change it to anything between 1 and 30 days. And you could also specify the video to be deleted after a certain number of views. If both are checked then whichever event happens first will destruct the video mail.


You can now click Send this as a Video Mail and you will have the following screen to populate:
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You fill in the email address fields, and you have the option of adding a text message to your video mail. You can copy yourself if you click the box at the bottom. When done click Send Email. Congratulations! You have now sent your first video mail!


The user will receive an email which is less than 25kb in size that includes a picture of you linking to your video message. They click on your picture and click play and they will be able to hear and see you. To record a video message back to you they can follow this same process.


By using this process anyone can quickly and easily send video messages to anyone in the world.

on May 30, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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We have a logitech web cam .We have been using it for over a month.Due to a computer problem which required a system restore we lost our account. We have been refused to reestablish our account...


Never put your email address on a public forum such as this.
Is the account you are having trouble with, associated with the Logitech Vid/SightSpeed video calling service?
If so, you need to address your support question to the support service there, try at this website:
http://logitech-en-ap.custhelp.com/cgi-bin/logitech_en_ap.cfg/php/enduser/ask.php?section=contact&subsection=email&crid=595<_product_id=**&tabs=**&cl=au,en

Where it asks for Product, enter 'webcams and video calling', 'video calling', then 'Logitech Vid' in the boxes that appear.

Tell them you can't log on, and what your account name and email address are, and let them fix the problem and explain what you need to do next.

You can also use your webcam with Skype or oovoo, as an alternative to Vid/SightSpeed, which will mean setting up a separate account with one of those organisations.

Whenever you set up a new account with an organisation, I suggest keeping a record of the userid, password, and the linked email address you used to establish the account. Keep all your records in a file that is encrypted - using a Word document with a password is a good idea. If you don't know how to set that up, feel free to log that as a separate request on FixYa.

Dec 02, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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I HAVE MY WEBCAM SPC715NC BUT NO DRIVE


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here is the URL: http://drivers.softpedia.com/progDownload/Philips-ToUcam-III-SPC710NC-SPC715NC-Driver-42300-Download-25516.html

Oct 23, 2009 | Philips SPC700NC Webcam

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I record a webcam video. i want to send it to


When you create a video using the webcam it might be saved in uncompressed AVI forma. Hence the file becomes very big thus it takes time to upload while sending by email.

You can convert the file into a compressed form like 3gp using a Converter, then it will easily go thru email.

You can look for any "3gp converter" on Google

Oct 01, 2009 | Logitech Webcam

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Can u help me


maybe the recording device it's not selected properly

Aug 04, 2008 | Creative Labs WebCam Live!

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I lost my cd to y philips web cam


http://www.toggle.com/lv/group/view/kl40500/Driver_Philips_SPC715NC_00_Webcam.htm
copy and paste all of the above into address bar contains driver for your webcam but is not for vista no drivers for vista

Jul 23, 2008 | Philips SPC 200NC Webcam

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Philips spc 715nc/00


I'm only seeing one model under the Phillips website for that cam and that is the 715nc/27 not the 715/00 mentioned in your subject line, however you can view the same info with drivers and owner's manual at

http://www.p4c.philips.com/cgi-bin/dcbint/cpindex.pl?scy=US&slg=AEN&cat=PC_CAMERAS_CA&sct=WEBCAMS_SU&grp=PC_PRODUCTS_GR&session=20080620100028_211.110.158.20&ctn=SPC715NC/27&mid=Link_Software&hlt=Link_Software

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