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IPEVO Visualizer

IPEVO VisualizerFree

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Desktop
Mac OS
Mac OS X 10.13 and above
Windows 10
Windows 10
Chrome
Chrome
Tablet / Mobile
iOS
iOS
Android
Android
Other OS
Documents
Documents
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All Features

Select an operating system below to learn more about the respective features that are available.

IPEVO Visualizer for macOS
IPEVO Visualizer for Windows
IPEVO Visualizer for Chrome
IPEVO Visualizer for iOS
IPEVO Visualizer for Android
IPEVO Visualizer for tvOS
IPEVO Visualizer for Linux
  • Select Camera

    Here, you can choose a camera device and adjust its live image to better fit your needs.

  • Zoom

    Zoom

    Visualizer offers zoom for hard-to-read text or fine details.

  • White Balance

    White Balance

    Adjust and lock the white balance to remove unrealistic colour casts and to make images look more natural under different lighting environments.

    Note: White balance adjustment is only available on selected IPEVO visualisers.

  • Resolution & Ratio

    A range of resolutions is available for your selection. You can also choose a viewing ratio that best fits your screen resolution.

  • Freeze

    Freeze

    With freeze, Visualizer pauses the live stream until you tell it to unfreeze.

  • Picture-in-Picture

    Picture-in-Picture (PiP) comes in handy for your live presentation or video recording. You can use the main window to show what you're working on and the pinned overlay window to show yourself talking it through.

    Note: Picture-in-Picture is only available for macOS 10.12 or above, and is only functional in Snapshot, Video Recording, and Live Broadcast mode.

  • Rotate & Mirror

    Rotate & Mirror

    Use this to rotate the live image for a full 360-degree, or flip/flop the image for a mirror effect.

  • Rotate

    Rotate

    Use this to rotate the live image.

  • Exposure

    Exposure

    The default exposure often works best, but you can also lower it for a clearer image when capturing digital screens, or increase it when capturing under low-light environment.

  • Focus Button

    Focus Button

    Pressing this allows you to focus the live image. It is particularly useful when you need a quick refocusing.

  • LED Light Button

    LED Light Button

    Turn your camera’s built-in LED light on or off with a single press.

    Note: LED light button is only available on selected models of Tablets/IPEVO wireless visualisers.

  • Exposure

    Exposure

    The default exposure often works best, but you can also lower it for a clearer image when capturing digital screens, or increase it when capturing under low-light environment.

  • Select Camera

    Select Camera

    Here, you can choose a connected IPEVO visualiser for displaying and adjusting its live image.

    Note: IPEVO Visualizer for Linux only supports IPEVO V4K, VZ-R and VZ-X visualisers.

  • Zoom

    Zoom

    Visualizer offers zoom for hard-to-read text or fine details.

  • Mirror

    Mirror

    Flip or flop the live image for a mirror effect.

  • Resolution

    Resolution

    Select a resolution here.

  • White Balance

    White Balance

    Adjust and lock the white balance to remove unrealistic colour casts and to make images look more natural under different lighting environments.

  • Manual Focus

    Manual Focus

    Visualizer’s manual focus gives you the ability to precisely fine-tune the focus right where you need it.

  • LED Light Button

    LED Light Button

    Turn your camera’s built-in LED light on or off with a single press.

    Note: LED light button is only available on selected IPEVO visualisers.

  • Freeze

    Freeze

    With freeze, Visualizer pauses the live stream until you tell it to unfreeze.

  • Gridlines

    Gridlines

    Press to show gridlines. This helps you to align your material.

  • Focus Button

    Focus Button

    Pressing this allows you to focus the live image. It is particularly useful when you need a quick refocusing.

  • Snapshot

    Snapshot

    Take a snapshot using your camera.

  • Video Recording

    Video Recording

    With Video Recording, you can record your material as it streams live.

  • Settings

    Settings

    Here, you can access Visualizer’s additional settings.

  • Full Screen

    Full Screen

    You’ll have a bigger image space for presenting or teaching when in Full Screen mode.

  • Reading Aids

    Reading Aids

    Use the line marker and magnifier to aid you in reading books, magazines, documents and more when you need it.

  • Resolution

    Resolution

    Two resolution choices are available for your selection.

  • Mirror

    Mirror

    Flip or flop the live image for a mirror effect.

  • Gridlines

    Gridlines

    Choose from a range of gridlines to help you align your material.

  • Video Filters

    Video Filters

    Take advantage of Visualizer’s video filters to make your lessons or presentations friendly and engaging for the visually impaired.

  • LED Light Button

    LED Light Button

    Turn your camera’s built-in LED light on or off with a single press.

    Note: LED light button is only available for selected IPEVO wireless visualisers.

  • Reset Button

    Reset Button

    Press this to reset zoom, exposure, resolution, rotate, mirror and video filters to default.

  • Select Camera

    Select Camera

    Here, you can choose a wirelessly connected IPEVO wireless visualiser and display its live image on your device.

  • Zoom

    Zoom

    Visualizer offers zoom for hard-to-read text or fine details.

    Note: To zoom in/out on the live image on your Android phone, please use the pinch-to-zoom gesture.

  • Rotate & Mirror

    Rotate & Mirror

    Use this to rotate the live image for a full 360-degree, or flip/flop the image for a mirror effect.

  • Resolution

    Resolution

    Select a resolution here.

    Note: Resolution selection is not available on Android phones.

  • White Balance

    White Balance

    Adjust and lock the white balance to remove unrealistic colour casts and to make images look more natural under different lighting environments.

    Note: White balance adjustment is only available on selected IPEVO visualisers.

  • Manual Focus

    Manual Focus

    Visualizer’s manual focus gives you the ability to precisely fine-tune the focus right where you need it.

    Note: Manual focus is only available on selected IPEVO visualisers.

  • LED Light Button

    LED Light Button

    Turn your camera’s/ device’s built-in LED light on or off with a single press.

    Note: LED light button is only available on selected IPEVO visualisers and Android tablets/phones.

  • Video Recording

    Video Recording

    With Video Recording, you can record your material as it streams live.

    Note: The highest resolution supported for video recording is being capped at 1920x1080.

  • Time-lapse Shooting

    Time-lapse Shooting

    With Time-lapse shooting, you can set a time interval and automate a shooting schedule for taking time-lapse video.

  • Text-To-Speech (TTS)

    Text-To-Speech (TTS)

    Visualizer features Text-To-Speech that allows you to OCR text images into editable and readable text.

  • Switch User Interface

    Switch User Interface

    Press to switch to a simpler User Interface with larger icons that makes it easier for those with low vision to use.

    Note: Switching User Interface is only available on Android tablets.

  • Full Screen

    Full Screen

    In Full Screen mode, the live image fills up the entire screen which makes it ideal for presenting or teaching.

  • Review Mode

    Review Mode

    Review mode allows you to view and manage snapshots and videos you’ve taken.

  • Zoom

    Zoom

    Visualizer offers zoom for hard-to-read text or fine details.

    Note: To zoom in/out on the live image on your iPhone, please use the pinch-to-zoom gesture.

  • Resolution

    Resolution

    Select a resolution here.

    Note: Resolution selection is not available on iPhone.

  • LED Light Button

    LED Light Button

    Turn your camera’s/ device’s built-in LED light on or off with a single press.

    Note: LED light button is only available on selected IPEVO visualisers and iPads/iPhones.

  • Switch User Interface

    Switch User Interface

    Press to switch to a simpler User Interface with larger icons that makes it easier for those with low vision to use.

    Note: Switching User Interface is only available on iPad.

  • Select Camera

    Select Camera

    Here, you can choose a camera device and display its live image on your screen.

  • Rotate & Mirror

    Rotate & Mirror

    Use this to rotate the live image, or flip/flop it for a mirror effect.

  • Resolution

    Resolution

    A range of resolutions is available for your selection.

  • Reading Aids

    Reading Aids

    With this, you have additional tools such as line marker, highlight strip, magnifier and masking to aid you in reading books, magazines, documents and more.

    Note: Magnifier is only available when you're using a USB camera.

  • Snapshot

    Snapshot

    Take a snapshot using your camera. And with the newly added “Annotation” feature, you can now first annotate on the live image before taking a snapshot of the annotated image.

    Note: The Annotation feature is only functional in Snapshot/Live View mode.

  • Video Recording

    Video Recording

    With Video Recording, you can record your material as it streams live.

    Note: Due to system limitations of Chromebook, the highest resolution supported for video recording is 1280x720. And the recording time is capped at 15mins.

  • Scan QR Code

    Scan QR Code

    With this, Visualizer allows you to scan QR Codes.

  • Stop Motion

    Stop Motion

    Create stop motion videos easily with this feature.

  • Settings

    Settings

    Access Snapshot’s settings here.

  • Full Screen

    Full Screen

    Click this to enter Full Screen mode.

  • Review Mode

    Review Mode

    Here, you can save the snapshots you’ve taken as PDF files, or, download and save them onto your computer’s hard drive.

  • Gridlines

    Gridlines

    Press to show gridlines. This helps you to align your material.

  • Reading Aids

    Reading Aids

    With this, you have additional tools such as line marker, highlight strip, magnifier and masking to aid you in reading books, magazines, documents and more.

    Note: Reading Aids is only functional in Snapshot and Video Recording mode.

  • Video Recording

    Video Recording

    With Video Recording, you can record your material as it streams live. You can even pause, mute, or take snapshots during your recordings.

  • Slow Motion Recording

    Slow Motion Recording

    Record in slow motion using this feature.

  • Live Broadcast

    Live Broadcast

    With Live Broadcast, you can broadcast Visualizer’s live stream in real-time through broadcasting services and share your broadcast with anyone you want.

    Note: Live Broadcast is only available for Windows 8 and above.

  • Time-lapse Shooting

    Time-lapse Shooting

    With Time-lapse shooting, you can set a time interval and automate a shooting schedule for taking time-lapse video.

  • Scan QR Code/Barcode

    Scan QR Code/Barcode

    Visualizer gives you the option to scan QR Codes or barcodes.

  • Text-To-Speech (TTS)

    Text-To-Speech (TTS)

    Visualizer features Text-To-Speech that allows you to OCR text images into editable and readable text.

  • Scan Document

    Scan Document

    You have a few options to scan your documents with this feature. You can go for auto-detection, or manually choosing the area you wish to capture. You can also choose to save the images as jpg or pdf files, change aspect ratios, and/or scan 2 pages at once.

  • Magnify

    Magnify

    Press this to display a magnifier. You can then drag it around to magnify selected areas of your live image.

  • Focus Button

    Focus Button

    Pressing this allows you to focus the live image. It is particularly useful when you need a quick refocusing.

  • Split Screen

    With Split Screen, you can connect two visualisers, either wired or wirelessly, to your computer and present in split-screen. Visualizer will create two panes for your live feeds, and you’ll be able to adjust them independently.

    Note 1: Visualizer only supports wireless connection with IPEVO wireless visualisers. Note 2: High computer performance is required when more than one camera is connected at high resolutions. If the image freezes or lags in this setup, consider lowering the resolution.

  • Share Live Stream

    Share Live Stream

    When activated, you can share the live stream of your Visualizer with another Visualizer user on his/her computer provided that the two of you are connected to the same network.

    Note: The live stream sharing feature is only available in the Microsoft Store version of Visualizer, and is only functional in Snapshot/Live View mode.

  • Settings

    Settings

    Here, you can access general settings such as camera sounds, file saving location, file naming format, and additional settings for taking snapshot, video recording, and more.

  • Open a New Window

    Open a New Window

    Press this to open a new Visualizer window. In this way, you can use more than one camera for side-by-side comparisons of different materials.

    Note: High computer performance is required when more than one camera is connected at high resolutions. If the image freezes or lags in this setup, consider lowering the resolution. Do not use a USB hub for this purpose. If any of the screen does not display an image, try a different USB port on your computer.

  • Full Screen

    Full Screen

    In Full Screen mode, the live image fills up the entire screen which makes it ideal for presenting or teaching.

  • Video Filters

    Video Filters

    Take advantage of Visualizer’s video filters to make your lessons or presentations friendly and engaging for the visually impaired.

  • Video Recording

    Video Recording

    With Video Recording, you can record your material as it streams live. You can even pause, mute, or take snapshots during your recordings.

    Note: The highest resolution supported for video recording is being capped at 1920x1080.

  • Slow Motion Recording

    Slow Motion Recording

    Record in slow motion using this feature.

    Note: The highest resolution supported for slow motion recording is being capped at 1920x1080.

  • Live Broadcast

    Live Broadcast

    With Live Broadcast, you can broadcast Visualizer’s live stream in real-time through broadcasting services and share your broadcast with anyone you want.

    Note: Live Broadcast is only available for macOS 10.10 and above, and the highest resolution supported is being capped at 1280x720.

  • Magnify

    Magnify

    Press this to display a magnifier. You can then drag it around to magnify selected areas of your live image.

    Note: By default, the highest resolution of your USB camera will be selected when you’re using Magnify mode. If the image freezes or lags, consider lowering the resolution.

  • Share Live Stream

    Share Live Stream

    When activated, you can share the live stream of your Visualizer with another Visualizer user on his/her computer provided that the two of you are connected to the same network.

    Note: The live stream sharing feature is only functional in Snapshot/Live View mode.

  • Open a New Window / Split Screen

    Open a New Window / Split Screen

    When in windowed mode, press this to open a new Visualizer window. When in full screen, press this to change to split-screen mode. Either way, you can use more than one camera for side-by-side comparisons of different materials.

    Note: High computer performance is required when more than one camera is connected at high resolutions. If the image freezes or lags in this setup, consider lowering the resolution. Do not use a USB hub for this purpose. If any of the screen does not display an image, try a different USB port on your computer.

  • Picture-in-Picture

    Picture-in-Picture (PiP) comes in handy for your live presentation or video recording. You can use the main window to show what you're working on and the pinned overlay window to show yourself talking it through.

    Note: Picture-in-Picture is only available for Windows 10 or above, and is only functional in Snapshot and Video Recording mode.

  • Split Screen

    With Split Screen, you can connect two visualisers, either wired or wirelessly, to your computer and present in split-screen. Visualizer will create two panes for your live feeds, and you’ll be able to adjust them independently.

    Note 1: Split Screen is only available in the Windows version of Visualizer. It is not available in the Microsoft Store version. Note 2: Visualizer only supports wireless connection with IPEVO wireless visualisers. Note 3: High computer performance is required when more than one camera is connected at high resolutions. If the image freezes or lags in this setup, consider lowering the resolution.