Using iPhone as a document camera on Microsoft Windows computer
There are two ways to connect your iPhone to your Windows computer and use it as a document camera. We will be using iVcam since it is reliable and easy to setup. Please follow the instructions below to install iVcam and connect it with your iPhone and computer.
► If you’re using work computer with no administration right; please talk to the consultant at the Engineering Help Desk, 319-335-5055 for assistant.
► To use iVcam without an advertisement pops up; you will need to purchase a full version. Go to iVcam setting and look for purchase a full version.
Use iVcam via Wi-Fi
Go to Appstore on your phone. Search and download iVcam.
Once iVcam is installed on your iPhone; open up a browser on your computer and go to https://www.e2esoft.com/iVcam/. Download the Windows version appropriate for your computer. Follow the prompt to install the software.
After the installation is completed; open iVcam app on your iPhone and on your computer. If your phone is already connected to Wi-Fi; iVcam connection will be established instantly. You can share your screen via Zoom meeting, Panopto or Skype for Business.
Use iVcam via cable:
One extra step required, if you’re using cable instead of Wi-Fi. First, follow the instruction above to get iVcam installed on your phone and computer.
Next, on your computer; go to menu then search and launch Microsoft Store. Search for iTunes. Click “Get” to download then follow the prompt to complete the installation.
Once iTunes is installed; connect your phone to your computer using the appropriate cable. Run iTunes and sync it with your phone. Launch iVcam and the connection will be established instantly.
Note: if you’re using a free version, your screen will be flipped each time an advertisement pops up. Locate the flip screen icon in the app and use it to flip the screen back.
For assistance please talk to the consultant at the Engineering Help Desk, 319-335-5055, 1253 SC.