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Updated project homepage

Today I updated the project homepage at http://jwebcam.sourceforge.net/ to use the latest wordpress software. It was about time to update the installation, there was a really old version still running.

With the move to Subversion and new motivation to work on this project I hope I can go for a new release in a few weeks. Stay tuned.

Posted by Carsten Ringe 2009-01-22

New file release

The second release of SimpleClient is available, the basic webcam client provided by JWebcam. It is still a WINDOW ONLY release, but you can try to start the Linux client on your own risk. I'd appreciate if you submit bug reports or write down your experiences in our forum.

There is a SimpleClient.bat that you can start and the client will show up with a lot of messages on the DOS window. You can download it on our project page.... read more

Posted by Carsten Ringe 2007-10-18

First file release for JWebcam: SimpleClient

Today I packed the first release of SimpleClient, the basic webcam client provided by JWebcam. It is a WINDOW ONLY release, the necessary library files for Linux are still missing. There is a SimpleClient.bat that you can start and the client will show up with a lot of messages on the DOS window. You can download it on our project page.

This release is just a development snapshot, there is no real functionality in it. You can not yet upload to FTP with this application. You can switch the capture device, you can set a time stamp and you can save the image to a local file called tmpcam.png in the same directory.... read more

Posted by Carsten Ringe 2007-08-15

New Wiki page: Screenshots

There is a new page in our wiki showing some screenshots of the current development:

http://jwebcam.wiki.sourceforge.net/Screenshots

If you want to keep track of the current changes on the visible parts of the software, visit the page regularly.

Posted by Carsten Ringe 2007-06-26

New webpage

This project has a webpage available at http://jwebcam.sourceforge.net/

Please, visit us and leave a comment.

Posted by Carsten Ringe 2007-06-22

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