Fake Webcam is a software that needs less space than average programs in the section Communication software.
It's a very popular program in some countries such as United States, India, and Nigeria.
Video is made up of a series of images, or frames, played in quick succession to give the appearance of motion.
The number of frames that your camera can capture per second determines how quickly these frames can be displayed and how smooth your footage will appear.
Flash Player automatically detects any video cameras on your computer and displays the name of the default camera it will use.
If you do not select another camera from the pop-up menu, Flash Player uses the default camera.
The more pixels you have, the clearer and more detailed your picture will be.
It’s best to invest in an HD webcam, but if you don’t need the details, you can certainly save a few bucks by opting for a unit with lower resolution.
To see a live display of the image being detected by the camera you selected, click the Video Preview area.
If Flash Player can't locate a camera on your computer, the player displays the warning "No camera found." Read the documentation for your computer and your camera to make sure your camera is installed correctly.
Use fake webcam to play you pre-recorded videos on instant messengers (Yahoo, MSN, Paltalk etc) while chatting.
It can even broadcast one single movie to all the messengers at the same time.