Once you have Cross Over installed and running you can come back to this page and click the Step 2 button, or follow the manual installation guide, to begin installing your Windows application.
If you are inexperienced, it may take you some time to determine the best location for your lights so they do not cast unwanted shadows.
There are many acceptable locations in which a light source can be directed and placed. The direction of the light relative to your camera's position is extremely important, affecting the shadows within your broadcast image. Direct light--light coming mainly from one source--produces a relatively high contrast between bright highlights and dark shadows.
The clothes you choose and the movements you make directly affect the image that you are sending.
The camera sees white shirts and bright jewelry as glaring.
The purpose of this tutorial is to make your Camera Ware experience more enjoyable for you and those who view you.
Following these simple steps will ensure that your broadcast is the very best it can be!
Consider a simple background to both increase quality and decrease file size.
The more data you transmit, the larger the file size will be and the slower the transmission.
Remember, a simple background is an efficient background! A fabric warehouse is an excellent place to find a nice, big, black sheet.