oCam, Easy and Convenient Screen Recorder

Main product oCam of OhSoft is a powerful video recording program that can record video to be played on the monitor via your PC.
For long time, many people in the world have used this solution so this has been optimized.
This solution can record effectively many internet video including online game using a variety of formats by unlimited length advantages.
Additionally, You can use GIF recording function and WEB-CAM recording function in this solution.

Easy & Convenient Recording

  • Start & Stop recording just by one click
  • Screen capture just by one click
  • Pause & Run just by one click
  • Sizeing by mouse dragging
  • Moving record area by mouse draging
  • Auto saving when recording stopped
  • Various codecs, Convenient setting
  • Searching recoding area, intelligently
  • Easy setting for watermarking
  • Convenient hot-key setting

Support various video format

  • MP4 (MPEG-4 Part 14) container
  • MKV (Matroska) container
  • MV4 (iPod MP4) container
  • MOV (QuickTime) container
  • WMV (Windows Media Video) container
  • FLV (Flash Video) container
  • AVI (Audio Video Interleave) container
  • TS (MPEG-2 Transport Stream) container
  • VOB (MPEG-2 PS) container

Today's Tip

[FAQ]If you get an error 'The endpoint device is already in use' at the start of recording

This usually happens when a DAW that uses Asio4all is running (for example, FL Studio), which monopolizes the audio of the system, because other programs besides that program become unable to play or record sound.

If you use Asio4all, do not use the playback device as Asio4all in the program. If you change the device to something like "main sound driver", you can record normally.

For example, in FL Studio 12.0, go to Options-Audio Settings and set it to "Main Sound Driver" as shown below to play back.

Asio4all must be used when using DAW inevitably due to problems such as MIDI keyboard latency.In this case, use Asio4all only for work and stop the Asio4all by changing the playback device to DirectSound at the end of the recording. You need to record.

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