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I have a camera set up in my cubicle that I use to warn me of others approach from the rear and am using the software that came with the camera to accomplish this.  I would like to find some software (preferably free) to use as the viewer that would run in a small adjustable window.
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by:omrisiri
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You could just go into the webcam settings inside Microsoft messenger it will show you the picture in the webcam (Tools -> webcam settings)
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by:omrisiri
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Here is a pretty nice software (Although not free) to view webcams with motion detection and lots of features if you prefer
http://www.activewebcam.com/ActiveWebCamMainpageGoogle.htm
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http://www.yawcam.com/ and a free one with alot less features, But FREE..

ENJOY!
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by:Robin888
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Multiple webcam viewer maybe? http://www.download.com/WebCam-Viewer/3000-2348_4-10143147.html?tag=lst-4-2
something to think about.

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by:TurnipFish
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How about Hidden Camera Control( http://www.download.com/Hidden-Camera-Control/3000-2348_4-10117256.html )

Its free to download and use.  Its motion and sound sensitive.
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So far I like the yaw cam, although there is an unneeded window in addition to the preview window, which clutters my desktop.  The Hidden Camera software writes to a file, but I need an active screen; at least that's what the write-up says.  I will try the others when I get a chance.
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