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Try this program.
Copy this site and paste it in your browser address bar and hit ENTER.

http://download.cnet.com/ManyCam-Virtual-Webcam/3000-2348_4-10593500.html?tag=mncol

to your web browser and paste it in the Address Bar and hit ENTER.
Then download the program and install it to start having fun with your camera and friends.

Manycam allows you to use your Webcam with multiple programs at the same time. Broadcast your
Webcam on MSN Messenger, Yahoo!, Skype, AIM, Paltalk, and Camfrog all simultaneously. Manycam
also allows you to add cool live CGI (computer generated special effects and graphics) to your
Webcam. Make it appear as if your face or hand is on fire with our "fire" effect.
Pretend you are underwater or make it look like it's snowing inside your house with the
Manycam underwater and snow effects. Add text, graphics, or your country's flag to your video
window.

ManyCam is the freeware tool for you if you use both CamFrog and ICQ, or any other video chat
program, and you want to use them simultaneously. It creates a "virtual" Webcam that
replicates your currently installed camera. It then lets multiple applications
access the video stream without conflict.

ManyCam is compatible with Yahoo, MSN, CamFrog, PalTalk, ICQ, Skype, YouTube, and more. Once
you've installed ManyCam, you need to set ManyCam as the primary input for program that you
want to use. ManyCam will automatically start when you activate your Webcam through that
program. The application includes a bunch of gimmicky features that let you change aspects of
the background and foreground. You can map a new pair of cartoon eyes over your face, and they
track pretty well to your movements, or you can show that your life is hell by replacing the
background with flames.

NOTE: There is an unfortunate toolbar that will install unless you opt out during setup, but
other than that ManyCam is worthy of a Webcam Oscar for cool and useful tech.

Hope this is of some help. Bud

Posted on Jun 21, 2010

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How do download a splitcam


There are many splitcam programs out there. I recommend giving Fit splitcam a chance.

Fit splitcam is a multi-camera solution that allows you to easily multiply your webcam video in any conferencing software such as Skype, AOL, AIM, ICQ, Yahoo, MSN etc.

Usually, if you have a webcam connected to your computer, you cannot use it in more than one application at the same time, and there is no standard Windows options to make this possible.

With Splitcam (and other multi-cam software) you can use several different video conferencing applications at the same time all through one input source such as your webcam.

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Fit splitcam is a multi-camera solution that allows you to easily multiply your webcam video in any conferencing software such as Skype, AOL, AIM, ICQ, Yahoo, MSN etc.

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I dont know how to download splitcam on my pk-635 web cam, i need your help...


This program will eliminate your problem of the camera being busy or being used by another program. Really works great.

Copy this site and paste it in your web browser address bar and hit ENTER.

http://download.cnet.com/SplitCam/3000-2348_4-10500269.html
And then click on Download Now (3.5MB)

1. Install Splitcam saying yes to everything during installation including the any warnings.

2. Then run the Splitcam program by double clicking the downloaded program.

3. Clicked on "Video" at the bottom right of the program window and selected your cmera.

Note: This will result in your camera being switched on and viewable in the
SplitCam program.

4. Opened up Skype (or other messengers) and go to "Tools" then "Options" then "Video settings."

5. Also setup your “Audio” while you are there.

6. Selected "SplitCam Capture" as my webcam, then click on save.

7. Webcam image will appeared in Skype or what ever messenger you are using.

Hope this Helps. Bud

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When i start broadcast webcam server says servers busy try later cant connect my cam


This program will eliminate your problem of the camera being busy or being used by another program. Really works great.

Copy this site and paste it in your web browser address bar and hit ENTER.

http://download.cnet.com/SplitCam/3000-2348_4-10500269.html
And then click on Download Now (3.5MB)

1. Install Splitcam saying yes to everything during installation including the any warnings.

2. Then run the Splitcam program by double clicking the downloaded program.

3. Clicked on "Video" at the bottom right of the program window and selected your cmera.

Note: This will result in your camera being switched on and viewable in the
SplitCam program.

4. Opened up Skype (or other messengers) and go to "Tools" then "Options" then "Video settings."

5. Also setup your “Audio” while you are there.

6. Selected "SplitCam Capture" as my webcam, then click on save.

7. Webcam image will appeared in Skype or what ever messenger you are using.

Hope this Helps. Bud

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First off verify that your PC is connecting with your cam. (Proper drives installed)

Second, go to Tools/ Options/ Calls/ Video Settings
--There is a drop down menu, make sure you have your cam selected instead of the default view. That should fix your problem, as skype is probably not trying to use your cam as a viewing source.

post back if you need further help, thank you for choosing Fixya!

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Normal 0 This ptogram will eliminate your problem of the camera being busy or being used by another program. Really works great.

Double click on this site http://download.cnet.com/SplitCam/3000-2348_4-10500269.html
And then click on Download Now (3.5MB)

  1. Install Splitcam saying yes to everything during installation including the any warnings.

    2. Then run the Splitcam program by double clicking the downloaded program.

    3. Clicked on "Video" at the bottom right of the program window and selected your cmera.

Note: This will result in your camera being switched on and viewable in the
SplitCam program.

4. Opened up Skype (or other messengers) and go to "Tools" then "Options" then "Video settings."

5. Also setup your “Audio” while you are there.

6. Selected "SplitCam Capture" as my webcam, then click on save.

7. Webcam image will appeared in Skype or what ever messenger you are using.

Hope this Helps. Bud

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Normal 0 This ptogram will eliminate your problem of the camera being busy or being used by another program. Really works great.

Double click on this site http://download.cnet.com/SplitCam/3000-2348_4-10500269.html
And then click on Download Now (3.5MB)

  1. Install Splitcam saying yes to everything during installation including the any warnings.

    2. Then run the Splitcam program by double clicking the downloaded program.

    3. Clicked on "Video" at the bottom right of the program window and selected your cmera.

Note: This will result in your camera being switched on and viewable in the
SplitCam program.

4. Opened up Skype (or other messengers) and go to "Tools" then "Options" then "Video settings."

5. Also setup your “Audio” while you are there.

6. Selected "SplitCam Capture" as my webcam, then click on save.

7. Webcam image will appeared in Skype or what ever messenger you are using.

Hope this Helps. Bud

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