What is Jacamerops?
Jacamerops is a tool that has been created by Federico Bhatia, as a free and open-source app for personal and academic use. The program is a simple tool that allows you to view webcams all over the world at a press of a button.
Just click the location you want to visit on your map and you will be transported to that webcam. The application has some interesting features as it lets you configure the webcam, change the view, choose a smaller or larger frame, and choose one or more cameras to monitor. The app is simple and it allows you to modify the preview picture. Moreover, you can also activate the audio and even choose a webcam mute mode.
• Pick a webcam
You can choose from all the webcams that you have saved in your Jacamerops configuration.
• Download and install
Jacamerops is currently supported for Windows 10 only.
• Take a screenshot
You can press the button F7 (and others) in the app to take a screenshot of the current view in your webcam.
• Browser control
You can choose to watch the cameras of your browser directly in Jacamerops.
• View config
You can configure Jacamerops by configuring your webcam preferences and the map that you want to watch.
You can choose to mute or un-mute your webcam from Jacamerops itself.
The history of your webcams is saved and you can choose to see your webcams as they were a few hours ago.
• Launch Jacamerops
You can also launch Jacamerops from a shortcut on your desktop.
You can choose to have the preview of your webcam saved to your desktop or image gallery.
• Windows built in control panel
You can also manage Jacamerops from the Windows built-in control panel.
• Option menu
You can also choose to activate Jacamerops menu from anywhere by clicking the icon in the top right corner of your desktop.
You can see the location of the webcam that you have chosen from a map.
You can see the map of the place that you have chosen to visit from your webcam.
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