Get your WebCam online with TinCam
Create a webpage with live pictures or video from your webcams. TinCam can upload pictures to your webserver or serve them directly from your own computer.

Online Webcam
Share the view from your window with the world. TinCam can grab images at a regular interval and upload them to your website.

Live Video Streaming
Broadcast live video from your webcam and show it on your website.

Security Camera
Set up your camera to watch your car, pet, coffee machine or anything else that’s important to you. TinCam will send you a mail with a picture if it detects movement in front of the camera.

TinCam Features:

Publish pictures with a HTTP server or FTP upload
TinCam can upload your webcam pictures with FTP, or it can open a HTTP server. It can also simply save the pictures to a specified folder.

Video Streaming
TinCam can stream video and audio. TinCam uses the Windows Media Video format for streaming.

Supports multiple cameras
TinCam will handle all the webcams and video devices you have installed.

Motion Detection
TinCam can monitor your camera and capture a picture when motion is detected.

Email pictures
When a picture is captured TinCam can send an email with or without the picture.

Creates your webpage automatically
If you don’t want to build the webcam page yourself, TinCam can create and upload a webpage that displays your webcam pictures or video stream. You can write text on the page, change colors and add a background picture.

Picture captions
TinCam can insert a caption on the webcam pictures. Captions can contain time and date, and can be loaded from an external textfile.

Overlay image
Add a logo or a semi-transparent watermark to your webcam pictures.

Auto Capture
Capture a webcam picture at a fixed interval, using motion detection or schedule.

Schedule capture
Schedule a capture every hour, day or week.

Creates picture history on website
TinCam can keep a history of the latest pictures on your website.

Runs in the background
TinCam can start with windows and run in the background.