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27-Aug-2020 10:42

Here we’ll show you how to install any version of HP’s Cyber Link You Cam on any Windows computer equipped with a webcam.

Usually, the program will refuse to install if your computer is not HP branded, but there is a workaround.

You can download and install HP versions of You Cam from version 1 right up to the latest HP version 6.

We’ll give you the option of using any version you wish as each one has strengths and weaknesses, newer isn’t necessarily better for everyone.

It is also by far the biggest setup installer weighing in at 282MB.

In terms of what’s included, You Cam 6 comes without a few of the interesting features found in some earlier versions, but most of the major functions and features are present.

A free version of You Cam is often bundled with webcam equipped laptops, such as those from Hewlett Packard (HP).

You can create your own custom avatars from scratch.

Besides the fun effects, You Cam 6 has a basic painting mode to draw over the image, stamps which add small clip art type images, a burst capture mode for still images (the number of burst shots is configured in settings), and Cyber Link’s Tru Theater.

There are 20 emotion effects and a total of around 30 special effects that overlay frames, distort or apply filters to the video feed from your webcam.

You can, of course, take a still image snapshot and capture a burst of up to 10 frames in quick succession.

A free version of You Cam is often bundled with webcam equipped laptops, such as those from Hewlett Packard (HP).

You can create your own custom avatars from scratch.

Besides the fun effects, You Cam 6 has a basic painting mode to draw over the image, stamps which add small clip art type images, a burst capture mode for still images (the number of burst shots is configured in settings), and Cyber Link’s Tru Theater.

There are 20 emotion effects and a total of around 30 special effects that overlay frames, distort or apply filters to the video feed from your webcam.

You can, of course, take a still image snapshot and capture a burst of up to 10 frames in quick succession.

Captured videos can be emailed or uploaded directly to You Tube.