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Use locally installed webcamera on your remote desktop server.
TSWebCam is a better way to redirect your local DirectShow cameras into the remote session. This way you avoid installing any drivers on the server side. Since the TSWebCam is a simple plug-and-play solution, you can start streaming into the remote session right away!
TSWebCam helps you redirect your local DirectShow cameras into the remote session using the standard RDP or Citrix.
Since it has been reworked from the scratch, the new TSWebCam has a broader selection of the supported applications.
Now you will be able to use Skype for business, VLC, and any remote conference meeting software on your remote desktop.
TSWebCam is basically a plug-and-play solution, and with the new reworked interface, you can fine-tune the TSWebCam to suit your needs accordingly.
TSWebCam comes with a DirectX compatible image source thus supporting a wide range of applications and hardware. By being fully
DirectShow compatible TSWebCam will be also able to map video capture cards, ID scanners and other DirectShow compatible hardware.
Works on any Windows remote desktop or terminal services server. Citrix servers are also fully supported. TSWebCam requires
no special client and utilizes the built in Virtual Channel technology to tunnel the video stream through your existing connection.
Because of that it requires no network changes on your side.
There is no need to install drivers on the server side. TSWebCam will register itself as a camera on the server side
as a user mode driver. User mode drivers are running inside a users session and can't impact the stability of your server.
TSWebCam allows you to configure its resolution and compression. This way you can set it up to suite your network bandwidth and avoid stuttering streams or frame drops.
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