Arcsoft Magic-i Visual Effects v220.127.116.11 | 24MB
ArcSoft Magic-i Visual Effects 2 is a smart and simple webcam application designed to enhance users' video chat experience through frames, effects, and themes. Using "Video Plug-in" technology, Magic-i Visual Effects launches automatically when you start a video chat with any of your favorite chat clients, so you can apply fun effects simply and easily. It's also compatible with popular webcam applications such as ArcSoft WebCam Companion.
Lots of Effects to Choose From
Enhance your online chat experience and create extra laughs with the fun visual effects including: Filter, Mirror, Distort, Fun Frames, Animation Frames, and imaginative new themes such as Dancer, Singer, Snow, Corsair, and many others.
Video Plug-in Technology Makes Everything Easier
The program's Video Plug-in technology means that Magic-i Visual Effects launches automatically whenever you start a video chat or open one of your favorite webcam applications. There's nothing to it!
Pan, Tilt, and Zoom
Digital pan, tilt, and zoom of your webcam video means you can zoom in for close-ups or zoom out to show the full frame.
Further personalize your video chat experience with an avatar that acts as your "virtual self," tracking your facial expressions while you chat. Use one of the built-in avatars or create your own from any photo on your hard drive.
Provides easy to use interface to adjust webcam property settings. Loads personal profiles for your favorite color and video/image quality.
Remove most types of noise from any webcam with this new tool and preserve the details of the video. Pixel Stabilization helps to calm video flickering.
This new technology brings better visibility by dynamically increasing the lighting on a dark area and restraining the lighting on a bright area.
Use the private button to substitute video streaming with any pictures, and also mute the MIC to place the listener on hold.
Even though there are no moving parts to adjust the camera, face tracking expands the camera's perspective from roughly 10 degrees to about 50 degrees. What does that mean? It means the camera is able to recognize and track a human face as it moves around. Essentially, you and your visual effects won't accidentally drift off-screen as you move around in your chair - face tracking keeps you in the picture!