Yes! Through the free AVer software, you can present, annotate, record, and stream lesson plans through sites such as YouTube, Dropbox, etc.
Yes, the 300AFHD can connect to both PC and Mac with a USB Cable.
Yes, the 300AFHD can connect to a projector or LCD screen using the VGA or HDMI outputs.
Yes, the 300AFHD has a built-in mic that makes it ideal for recording lesson plans and presentations.
The 300AFHD has fully adjustable locking pieces; the neck and head easily rotate, swivel, expand, and collapse.
Yes, the 300AFHD has an adjustable output of 30fps at 1080p.
The 300AFHD has a built in LED light attached to the camera head that provides light to your presentation when needed.
The 300AFHD has a maximum shooting area of 13.66" x 10.28" (337mm x 261mm)
You can attach any display equipments such as projectors, LCD monitors, TV's, etc that has HDMI, VGA, DVI-D (via optional converter), or Composite input.
Yes, with the AVerVision Flash Plug-in downloadable from AVer's website.
Yes, the 300AFHD is compatible with Skype.
Yes, there are three ways to do this. You can either capture/save images to the internal memory of the doc cam, to the On-board USB flash drive/SD slots, or using AVer's Software, you can capture and save images directly to the computer.
This issue could be derived from Google Chrome's WebUSB API. Which is on by default for older versions of Chrome. Google has since updated the Chrome browser to disable this API for the newest release. With the older browser, this issue happens in the situation where the user didn’t close the chrome browser before plugging-in the camera. When Chrome is open, it will automatically try to find a driver for our doc cam online. Therefore, interrupting the default driver that is already loaded by our software. The issue results in camera sometimes connecting, sometimes not. Therefore upgrading your Chrome browser should technically resolve this issue. If still have issues, please make sure no other application is accessing the camera on your laptop. Applications such as Skype, Hangout, Adobe Connect, can lock up the camera when it’s executed in the background.
If you have a MacBook (Standard & Air), try the following steps:
If you still have issues, please contact AVer tech support for a more in depth look at what could be causing the problem.