EpocCam is the new acquisition of Corsair

EpocCam is the new acquisition of Corsair
The current context forces a large number of people to stay at home, forcing them to work in smart working, to follow online lessons with the methods of distance learning or more simply to communicate remotely. It is therefore not difficult to understand why Corsair has decided to invest in the acquisition of EpocCam.

Corsair announces the acquisition of EpocCam

For those who are not aware this is the software house which has developed the homonymous application that turns iPhone and iPad into webcam to connect to the computer and to be used with software such as Zoom, Skype, Teams, Meet and so on. It is compatible with both Windows and macOS.

As a result of the handover, EpocCam has been renamed Elgato EpocCam: Elgato is the German brand acquired in 2018 by Corsair and specialized in the creation of devices intended primarily for gaming sector.



The app will also be useful for those in possession of a webcam integrated into the laptop as by exploiting the power of the iPhone's photographic sector it is possible to obtain a higher quality video stream captured, also for recordings and live streaming broadcasts. The connection between the mobile device and the computer can be made via USB cable or wirelessly via WiFi.



These are the main features offered: support for resolutions up to Full HD, manual focus, possibility of using an external microphone, choice between wide-angle and zoom framing and compatibility with green screen for replacing the background. The Free version includes some limitations such as the 640 × 480 pixel format and the presence of a watermark, which can be eliminated by purchasing the Pro version at a price of $ 7.99.

Source: GlobeNewswire

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