WebCam software - for creating animated avatars with webcam effects online for free

Free WebCam software to take photos online with a webcam and creating animated avatars, using webcam effects


There are a lot of cool software for the webcam today. Apparently, this device, invented not so long ago appears to be more than just a means of communication. For example, you can easily take a photo with your webcam and send it immediately to your friends and family anywhere in the world. There are a lot of different programs to take photos online with a webcam and many varied webcam effects.

But the ToolsOn project decided not to stop at a simple free program that helps you make a webcam photos. We decided to go ahead and create for you an application that can create funny animated avatars from your photos made with your webcam. WebCam Avatar allows you to quickly and easily make a few shots and combine them into a cool animation, using different interesting webcam effects.

With free software WebCam Avatar you can not only see yourself from outside by means of quick shots, but also create a short film about yourself and how you spend your time. WebCam Avatar will take photos you dancing, painting, waving your hands and will create a cool animation of this with beautiful, original or funny webcam effects, then you can show it to your friends or send to relatives.

Create animations, avatars using free software WebCam Avatar and varied webcam effects

WebCam Avatar is a free program that allows you to take a photo, funny pictures from a webcam and get an animated avatar with a few simple steps:
  • Click "Take Snapshot" If necessary, go to the camera settings and change what you want.
  • Enter the name of your avatar.
  • Enter the dimensions of the final animation.
  • Check the checkbox if you want the animation to repeat, and display in our gallery.
  • Click "Create".

A few seconds later your free animation from a Web camera, created with the help of free software WebCam Avatar and different effects, is ready!


Last updated on Friday, January 20, 2017