On Android phone:
- Launch "WO Webcam" app
- Click "Settings" button to select the connection or transport method
- Other operations related to transport method:
Enable USB debugging on your device.
- On most devices running Android 3.2 or older, you can find the option under
Settings > Applications > Development.
- On Android 4.0 and newer, it's in Settings > Developer options.
Note: On Android 4.2 and newer, Developer
options is hidden by default. To make it available, go
to Settings > About phone and tap Build number
seven times. Return to the previous screen to find Developer options.
- Turn on Bluetooth
- Pair or bond your phone with PC if you have not done that yet
||Turn on Wifi and connect it to one hotspot. Acquired IP address will be displaed on app panel.
- Click on "Start" button to start the service
- Launch "WO Webcam Client" program
- Select Connection -> Connect. The connection method should be same as you selected on phone. Other inputs:
Once you finished, click on Ok button.
- When they are connected, you can select "WOWebcam" as the webcam source of your chatting tool. Some examples to do the setting:
- log into Skype
- Select menu Tools -> Options...
- In the left panel of the dialog, click on "Video Settings"
- In the right panel, select "WOWebcam". If client and server is connected, you should be able to see something in the video area.
- Click on the Save button to save your selection.
Now your chatting partner should be able to see you!
The video may be of incorrect orienation. You can adjust that on client side:
Options -> Flip video
- Flip horizontally: flip video horizontally
- Flip vertically: flip video vertically
Options -> Rotate video
- 0 degree: don't rotate video
- 90 degrees: rotate video clockwise 90 degress
- 180 degrees: rotate video clockwise 180 degress
- 270 degrees: rotate video clockwise 270 degress
Here is tutorial video on USB connection by Arlinda Bates (really appreciate the work!). Please note that she was using our older versions in the tutorial.