Hercules Webcam Blog Driver 22.214.171.124 WHQL Publisher's description
Hercules Webcam Blog Driver 126.96.36.199 WHQL
* Unique and exclusive Hercules software delivers everything you need to make an impact with your blogs and much more. There is noting like it on the market today.
* Impressive Photo and Video Specs:
o Photo capture up to 1.3 Mega pixels in interpolated mode
o Video capture up to 640 x 480
* Easy Transfer & Conversion: Just one click for automatic file conversion to iPodï¿½ video, PSPï¿½, Vlogs, Blogs, E-mails and PC files.
* Burst Mode: Take up to 20 photos with 1 to 5 second intervals between each.
* Automatic generation of GIF files made of up to 10 photos each in Burst Mode
* Delay Mode: Set up time delays of up to 10 seconds between the click and the photo to be taken. Great if you want to be in the picture too!
* Post a photo and a message at the same time onto your Blog
* Digital x 3 (automatic or manual)
* Travelling-Zoomï¿½ function: You will always be in the frame with this unique function which tracks your face and even enlarges the field of view if there is more than one person with you. All completely automatic, you just need to be looking at the web cam.
Instant Messengers functions
* USB 2.0 = Fluid images at 30FPS
* Integrated Microphone for a complete audio and video solution
* Compatible with all instant Messenger systems (Skype, Yahoo, AOL, AIM, Windows MSN...). Windows Live ï¿½ Messenger included
High Performance Mechanics
* Lateral rotation of 360ï¿½/ vertical rotation of 60ï¿½ for an enlarged field of view
* Designed following extensive research with Blog users
* Universal screen clamping system (will fit screens up to 4cm thick).
* 1.8m USB cable
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