Posted by Business Insider on Wednesday, August 23, 2020 03:19:31A new Canon product from the company that makes Canon cameras for the web has received a lot of attention lately.
The company’s latest line of camera-based software is called CloudCam and it comes with a nifty cloud-enabled video camera.
The idea is that Canon users can stream video directly to their computers from any Canon computer, laptop, tablet, or smartphone.
The CloudCam software works by taking your webcam and adding a video codec.
That video can then be downloaded and streamed to your computer or mobile device.
The company has launched a beta version of CloudCam for Android and iOS devices.
The first versions of the software are being tested on a couple of laptops, and the company is aiming to roll out CloudCam to more devices.
But what makes CloudCam so special is that it allows users to upload their own content and get paid for it.
In other words, Canon has a business model that can be extended to anyone who wants to buy Canon-branded software.
In the future, Canon might let customers buy hardware that supports its cloud-connected cameras, but for now, that will be an entirely separate business model.
So far, Canon hasn’t confirmed whether or not its CloudCam app will support other cloud-friendly video codecs.
The only other option for Canon users to pay for the service is with the Canon Camera Store, which lets users pay for a cloud-compatible camera using the Canon logo.
However, that service does not yet offer CloudCam in a subscription model.
If you want to get started on your own CloudCam video service, you’ll need to sign up for a subscription.
The Canon CloudCam account will then grant you access to the CloudCam website, and you’ll also have access to an email account that will allow you to subscribe to the service.
You can then sign up to the camera-connected Web cam on the Web cam website and access the service from the browser.
You’ll be able to upload, download, and stream video.
The CloudCam camera-enabled Webcam does support other video codec formats, like MPEG-4 and H.264.
It supports video from HD and 4K video, but doesn’t support 4K content.
There are also options for MPEG-2 and H264.
The Canon Cloud Cam video software does support cloud storage, but the service doesn’t yet support Google Drive and Dropbox for storing videos.