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IPEVO Presenter is a real-time video presentation app designed for the IPEVO family of document cameras, including the Point 2 View, Ziggi-HD Plus, VZ-1 HD, and the wireless iZiggi-HD. Presenter features Live View, delivering immediate real-time video from your IPEVO doc cam. The software also features a unique and robust image customization toolkit to give you even more presentation options. From classroom to conference room, IPEVO Presenter is the essential and easy-to-use companion for your document camera.
Key Features of IPEVO Presenter:
Camera Mode (Live View)
Camera mode is the default view on the main screen in IPEVO Presenter. Here you can monitor and adjust the live video image, control the focus and exposure, take snapshots, record video and set up time-lapse photography, among other things.
Full Screen Capability
IPEVO doc cams' high-definition image quality and high resolutions are perfect for large-screen projections. In Full Screen mode, the image fills up the entire screen.
Auto Focus and Manual Focus
For times when Auto Focus is not enough, Presenter can switch your doc cam's focus to manual mode*, giving you the ability to precisely fine-tune the focus right where you need it. (*Manual focus is only available on selected IPEVO document cameras.)
360° Rotation of Live View
With the Rotation feature, you can flip the image horizontally as well as vertically and anywhere in between for a full 360 degrees of freedom. With the ability to make micro-adjustments, you'll never have to worry about lining up the document or object "just so."
Up to 12x Continuous Digital Zoom
Many IPEVO doc cams feature a 5 Megapixel camera which can achieve amazing images up to 2592 x 1944 pixels. This extremely high resolution delivers a sharp, clear image even under an 12x continuous digital zoom. For hard-to-read text or fine details, just zoom in to enhance the image so everyone can see.
Change Resolution on the Fly
The many resolutions of IPEVO doc cams can be toggled on the fly in Presenter. High resolutions are best for static objects and documents. If your subject is moving around, consider lowering the resolution for a higher frame rate and smoother movements.
Easily Tweak Exposure
The default "set it and forget it" automatic exposure often works best for a pleasant medium image exposure, but you can also manually tweak the exposure for certain situations, such as capturing a tablet or smartphone screen.
Freeze the Live Image
With Freeze, Presenter pauses the live image until you tell it to unfreeze. Use Freeze to memorialize an important moment in a live demonstration.
Capture and Save Snapshots
Save an image from your IPEVO doc cam's live stream as a .jpg file. Whether it's printed text, artwork or a screenshot of your iPad, archiving your image is as easy as one click of the Snapshot button.
Capture Live Video
With Presenter's video recording function, you can record your material as it streams live. This is ideal for tutorials, v-blogs or e-learning videos.
Intuitive Auto Shooting
With Auto Shooting, you can automate a shooting schedule for snapshots. Auto Shooting is a nice solution for teachers who need to archive teaching materials, worksheets, or students' work. You can also perform time-lapse photography and make stop-motion videos by setting the interval in minutes or hours.
Review mode offers simple, useful editing features for the snapshots and videos you've taken while in Camera mode. You can zoom, rotate, rename, delete, sort, and even export images to PDF.
Have two IPEVO doc cams? Now you can connect both of them to your computer. Two doc cams can be connected and presented in splitscreen, or a single doc cam's video feed can be presented in splitscreen. Functions like zoom, resolution change, rotate and more can be changed independently in each splitscreen pane.
What's New in Version 6.3.0
1. Multi-language support for Text-To-Speech: English, French, German, Spanish, Japanese, Hebrew, Traditional Chinese and Simplified Chinese.
Note: If you’re running on OS 10.8/10.9, you’ll need to manually add the system voice for the respective languages in “System Preferences – Dictation & Speech” before reading aloud is possible.