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How To Use Your Smartphone As Webcam For PC

With changing times reliability on video calls to communicate with each other has increased. Be it personal or professional purpose, it’s becoming a very solid substitute for virtual meetings. With this arrives the flexibility problem that not all meetings can be attended on smartphones, not everyone is equipped with laptops & not all PCs are assembled with a front camera aka webcam.

This is where we have a solution, in fact, an easy one that lets you use your smartphone camera as a webcam. It’s the DroidCam, which is said to bridge the communication for video call apps like skype, google meet, zoom, etc. Thankfully it is also available for all platforms like Android, iOS, Windows, and Linux. So, irrespective of getting tense about availability for a platform, let’s get started & know how it works:

 

The app works with a PC Client component that installs the webcam drivers and connects the computer to your mobile device.

  • Users can get the output of 720p video in HD Mode.
  • The user gets camera controls like toggle light, enable continuous autofocus, zoom in/out.
  • Users can Rotate, Flip/Mirror video to match the requirements of the Windows setup.
  • Users can easily adjust the brightness, contrast, and video delay with single tap options on windows.