Windows Full VersionNov 7, 2013

Free PCWinSoft ScreenCamera.Net (100% discount)

Limited Time Offer! [tminus t= "11/08/2013 00:00:00" omitweeks="true" style="carbonlite"]
Terms and Conditions
  • This is a 1-user lifetime license, for home use
  • No free updates
  • No free tech support
  • Can be installed or re-installed after this offer is over
Technical Details
  • Developed by PCWinSoft
  • Version is v1.4.2.20
  • Download size is 5.9 MB
  • Supports Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7, and Windows 8 (32-bit and 64-bit). [NOTE: Despite the name of the program, .NET Framework is not required.]
  • VirusTotal scan results: 0/45
This may not be resold for profit.

No refunds and exchanges. If you are having trouble activating or registering, please contact us.

ScreenCamera.Net is a screen/video recorder and virtual camera. With ScreenCamera.Net’s screen/video recorder, you can record your screen and save as a video file. With ScreenCamera.Net’s virtual camera, you can broadcast/show your screen via webcam while using any program or website that supports webcams. As an added bonus, ScreenCamera.Net can also snap screenshots.

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  1. Rodken

    Reply to this comment#35

    I can’t believe this SoS site pushing crapware, forcing us to jump through hoops, lies and redirection.
    And the admin or the “boss” ignoring his visitors concerns, how dare he. When there are problems he just goes running and hiding like the rest of these so called giveaway sites.

    I for one won’t stand for it! I will not be coming back to this sham you call a website!!
    Just messing with you. Great site, you seem to be doing well, see you tomorrow.

    I have to agree that I dislike toolbars, homepage redirection, etc. That being said I also would dislike giving away something that I worked hard to create. Developers need to eat too, and if they have to resort to including “extras” (which can be be avoided) in order to give away their software then so be it.
    I would rather have to read and click some boxes and get free software then not and have to actually pay for it. Seriously companies actually charge money for software!

  2. Philx

    Reply to this comment#34

    It’s a Glarysoft giveaway which Ashraf is kindly publicising on SoS. I wouldn’t expect him to have vetted it. Aside from PCWinSoft’s earlier disasters where giveaways are concerned and now, your post about your experiences, I continued to be mystified by silly over-the-top claims made by developers such as this: has it never occurred to them that people aren’t stupid?

    I’ve read up on this software at the developer’s own site (or at least, the nearest version to this giveaway) where it is proclaimed to be “In the Centre of Compatibility of Microsoft”. Wow. Sadly, all it means is, it’s compatible with Windows 8.1. And there was me, thinking Balmer used it to desktop video his expenses.

  3. Jaser

    Reply to this comment#33

    Hopefully Ashraf has vetted this developer, but my experience, along with others, is that the developer pulls the free registration, effectively turning the offer into trialware. Twice this has happened with me, and once with this same product. Even a registry snapshot proved ineffective..

  4. Ashraf

    (Mr. Boss) – Reply to this comment#32OLD COMMENT

    @WildCat, @Wareitwell: That reminds me, I should probably add a forum to SoS. Thanks.

  5. Jane

    Reply to this comment#31OLD COMMENT

    I can’t get a registration mail.
    I got an error message that ”The email address provided could not be found in our records.
    Make sure to enter the exact same email address you used to purchase the product.
    If you think this is an error please contact”

  6. WildCat

    Reply to this comment#30OLD COMMENT

    @Wareitwell Thanks for the info. Yes, would like to discuss it further. Let me know where, and I’ll be there.

    BTW… is it me or does this look/seem very similar?

  7. Wareitwell

    Reply to this comment#29OLD COMMENT


    You have to download Universal extractor and update the 7zip files and the Inno setup files yourself. Inno Setup can be found here:

    There’s a portable version that gets updated, but further discussion is probably better on a forum thread.

  8. WildCat

    Reply to this comment#28OLD COMMENT

    @Sheldon Cooper On your last paragraph, I couldn’t agree with you more. BTW, when you extracted the srCam-Net-Setup.exe file what process/program did you use? If you don’t mind my asking, as we say in the “South”, it would be appreciated if you could “learn me something.”

    When this came out, I tried 7-zip and Universal extractor. 7-zip gave me a .rsrc folder and other various files (.bss .data .idata .itext, etc ) but I don’t believe I had proper program, and/or knowledge, to view them correctly. I “peeked” at them with notepad and though I have HexEdit/Workshop I will honestly say I don’t understand all that I see. Universal Extractor tried to extract the setup.exe, but it show it using InnoSetup 5.4.2, and Universal Extractor hasn’t been updated in awhile (2010?) and I believe it stopped at InnoSetup 5.1.1?

    Reading your post got me got me curious about this again, so off on a “tangent” I went with Google. Ran across a few interesting things I hadn’t seen, bothered to pay attention to, before. These seemed to be the most “interesting” of the bunch. innounp -the Inno Setup Unpacker, InstallExplorer 0.9.2, Far PlugRing Install Explorer( original by Sergei Wanin), Far Manager, and Total Commander.

    Was it these programs, or a combination of them, that you used when you did your extraction and found the two
    files you mentioned in your above post? Or did you use other programs/means to find out the information you did?
    Again, if you could “learn me something”, it would be appreciated.

    @Ashraf Props to you for your addition of the crapware warning you gave when you found out about it. I noticed it on my 2nd try/download/install in the email that was sent. Hat tip to you sir! Also, I hope my post here to Sheldon Cooper doesn’t violate anything on here. No PM’s that I know of on dotTech(?), and this was only way I knew of to ask him.

  9. Sheldon Cooper, Doctor of Freewarelosophy

    Reply to this comment#27OLD COMMENT

    I extracted the srCam-Net-Setup.exe file without installing the program and theere and two files immediately caught my attention:


    I think these usually deal with the option to download toolbars to web browsers. I think that all the screens that appear in the gif that ch2924 posted here:

    Ashraf – did this vendor first contact you or was it you who contacted them?

    may come from another file that’s embedded in the setup program called “MsgDriverInstall.exe”.

    I tend to doubt that this program ever sold for $99.95. $19.95 would probably be more like it. It’s hard to object to companies trying to make ads when offering their software for free, but the least they could do is be forthcoming on their download page.

  10. Mikerman

    Reply to this comment#26OLD COMMENT

    Registration problem fixed by starting the process from the beginning all over again. Perhaps the issue was that I had downloaded the program early today, before the promotion was discontinued and then started up again, and only tried to install and register in the evening, after today’s events . . . . Thanks, in the end, for the promotion, though!

  11. Mikerman

    Reply to this comment#25OLD COMMENT

    Have been trying to register and keep on getting told that by the program, when I try to get the registration code, that there is no record of my email address, even though I’m using the address that SharewareOnSale sent my receipt to for the program. Please help? :(

  12. gdeswart

    Reply to this comment#24OLD COMMENT

    Just a follow up: Complaints are easy to make, but the truth is Ashraf you’re doing a great job with this website. Your software sales have been awesome and then you have freebies on top of that. Amazing!
    Today’s vendor is the one who has dropped the ball; I just tried to download again: 20min for 6MB! Really? It looks like they have lost a lot of possible sales (but harvested a few e-mail addresses) with their poor performance.
    You’ve really gone above and beyond at your end. Live and learn. I’ll be back again tomorrow and everyday. I’ll keep telling my friends about you too. Keep it up.

  13. Ashraf

    (Mr. Boss) – Reply to this comment#23OLD COMMENT

    We have also extended this sale for another 24-hours, to help make up for the downtime we had earlier due to the bloatware.

  14. Ashraf

    (Mr. Boss) – Reply to this comment#22OLD COMMENT

    @Everyone: Thanks for the kind words and support.

    @ArtDiva: I’m not sure. I think it is a gray area.

  15. Ashraf

    (Mr. Boss) – Reply to this comment#21OLD COMMENT

    This sale is now active again. The developer sent me a link to a download with no bloatware:

  16. ArtDiva

    Reply to this comment#20OLD COMMENT

    I see that this is for home use. Would making a Photoshop tutorial with this program and putting it on your online portfolio website be considered as home use? Thank you for reading my question!

  17. Philx

    Reply to this comment#19OLD COMMENT

    Just to echo the comments of others here: this latest venture of Ashraf’s deserves to succeed because it’s very obviously founded on the same principles of openness and integrity that shaped dot tech from the get-go (even before it was known as “dot tech”.) The developer of the allegedly $100sworth of screen camera has damaged only his / her own business with the sheer stupidity of the antics seen today — antics which have put me off ever going near anything originating from that developer again.

    It won’t be the last time this sort of idiocy occurs — Bits Du Jour has had its fair share of problems with developers who might charitably be described as ‘rogue’ — but so long as sites like BDJ and now SoS act decisively to protect their own reputations and the interests of their users, then there’s nothing to worry about. SoS is proving to be a superb software rsource. . . and definitely not a ‘distress call’ in any way!

  18. xyzam

    Reply to this comment#18OLD COMMENT

    Many kudos to Ashraf. His analysis of programs and better offerings to the general public is, in my opinion, that of a man with integrity. When he finds software developers who try to slip things in, he usually takes care of the problem and lets everyone know. Thank you Ashraf!

  19. Chris Garuda

    Reply to this comment#17OLD COMMENT

    I would like to confirm that this software is peppered with crapwares that we have to carefully decline during installation (Delta Toolbar, Wajam, Lollipop, QuickShare Widget) with dialog boxes that are confusing. At the end of a veritable obstacle course to register on the PCWinSoft website to get the license key, I am extremely disappointed by the lack of transparency shown by this editor.

    Best regard

  20. WildCat

    Reply to this comment#16OLD COMMENT

    Sorry Boss, maybe this one is just a “glitch” as MerryMarjie said. And that ” you’re doing a great job, and a glitch now and then won’t ruin your good works. We appreciate all you do.” I second that!!!

  21. WildCat

    Reply to this comment#15OLD COMMENT

    This is just a “maybe”… and a long-shot one at that. But when there was slow or no download speed, could they have
    maybe “linked”(?) the two: ScrCam-Net-Setup.exe and ScrCam-Net-Setup-NDS.exe, links to each other to try and make up for bandwidth requirements/server overflow??? I’m not an “IT” guy, so don’t know if that kind of thing is possible or not? Any one here have an idea on that?

  22. Ashraf

    (Mr. Boss) – Reply to this comment#14OLD COMMENT

    I’m canceling this giveaway due to the developer ignoring my emails. I can’t risk people getting all that bloatware. Sorry everyone, we will be back tomorrow with another sale.

  23. Ashraf

    (Mr. Boss) – Reply to this comment#13OLD COMMENT

    @ch2924: I did not get any bloatware/crapware when installing the program. I did get that webpage after uninstall, though. I’m not sure what is going on. I’ve emailed the developer.

  24. ch2924

    Reply to this comment#12OLD COMMENT

    I downloaded ScrCam-Net-Setup.exe from the ORIGINAL link that was given on the buy/cart page, BEFORE there was a mirror set up because of problems. I did NOT download it from the hxxp:// page that came up AFTER the registration page.

    So you can see it with your own eyes, I uninstalled it and took screenshots while reinstalling it, to show you all the “crapware” that popped up:
    So to hopefully safely install you have to: click Custom, Uncheck boxes, click Cancel, click Decline, click Skip,
    and then click Skip again. And after all of that hope you still did not install something you didn’t want to.

    Funny thing is the last pic. When you uninstall it, this webpage pops up. I like how there is NOT an option to
    select NO, only an option to buy it at 30% off. After installing it again, and following the first tutorial, exact
    same BS errors/problems came up while following along with it. So again, I uninstalled it with Revo. If there is
    a better/real download, I might(?) be willing to try it. Like gdeswart said, this and some of the other titles looked interesting. But if all of this developers software is as buggy and loaded with crapware like this one was, I have to say “No thanks…” Sorry Boss, but for me this program was buggier than a Volkswagen factory.

  25. Ashraf

    (Mr. Boss) – Reply to this comment#11OLD COMMENT

    @MerryMarjie: Thanks! No need, this one will do :-)

  26. MerryMarjie

    Reply to this comment#10OLD COMMENT

    Ashraf, I have been following you and your site for years and I just love your new SharewareOnSale site! You may certainly quote me, and I’ll even write a fancier one for you, if you like!

  27. Ashraf

    (Mr. Boss) – Reply to this comment#9OLD COMMENT

    @MerryMarjie: Thanks for the kind words! Can I quote you as a testimonial for SoS?

  28. MerryMarjie

    Reply to this comment#8OLD COMMENT

    Thanks for the comments, posters, as you saved me from frustration today! I bought the Atlantis Word Processor software yesterday and it went so smoothly that I was willing to try more SOS. Ashraf, you’re doing a great job, and a glitch now and then won’t ruin your good works. We appreciate all you do.

    BTW, Atlantis is a super program, have been looking at it for years but wasn’t willing to spend $35. I grabbed it when I saw it at $2.99! This is a valuable website!

  29. Ashraf

    (Mr. Boss) – Reply to this comment#7OLD COMMENT

    @WildCat: Did you download hxxp:// or My guess is you downloaded hxxp:// whereas the download link we gave you is and contains no bloatware/toolbars.

  30. Ashraf

    (Mr. Boss) – Reply to this comment#6OLD COMMENT

    @WildCat: Wait, what? I did not encounter any toolbars or crapware while installing this program.

    @Brian White: Welcome!

  31. WildCat

    Reply to this comment#5OLD COMMENT

    Didn’t have as many troubles as Philx, but did take about 28 minutes to download a 5.9MB file?!?! As he said, the registration process was “interesting”. On install be SURE to choose CUSTOM, from the start it wants to change your homepage and install a toolbar. After that there are SEVEN more things that you need to either DECLINE, SKIP, or CANCEL during installation. Seems as if developer is trying to confuse you during install by your having to make different types of choices. Once all the “crapware” was bypassed, the program finally installed. Went to the website, watched the first tutorial, and tried to do EXACTLY as the “tutor” did. To quote Philx… HOPELESS! I have 8GB of Ram, and I also have 8GB page/swap file on another hard drive and it was telling me “Your memory is low”? WTH? After that, the program would lock up and I would get this error message: …6 times I had to open up task manager and force close ScreenCamera.Net. In my opinion, not a good first impression of this company’s product. I will take a look at it again later to give it a second chance. Will post results/thoughts back here.

  32. Brian White

    Reply to this comment#4OLD COMMENT

    Every thing went perfect, thanks for the program
    looks like it will take a lot of working out.
    Thanks again Brian.

  33. Ashraf

    (Mr. Boss) – Reply to this comment#3OLD COMMENT

    @Everyone: Sorry for the downloading issues, PCWinSoft’s servers must be overloaded. I’m created a mirror of the download so you can grab it from SharewareOnSale:

  34. gdeswart

    Reply to this comment#2OLD COMMENT

    The developer was either unprepared or foolish regarding bandwidth requirements for this promotion. It simply cannot be downloaded. The registration process is stupidly complicated (unique but convoluted). I’m not out any money so I’m not really that upset, but all told, it has soured me on the company which is really too bad as a couple of their other titles looked interesting.

  35. Philx

    Reply to this comment#1OLD COMMENT

    HOPELESS. Aside from the ridiculously complicated registration process, this software doesn’t even download properly, whether from the developer’s own website or from Shareware on Sale. I’ve now had 4 attempts to DL this — two attempts per different download location — and have finished up with eight files: four of ‘em PART completed, the other four presumably the remaining stubs. However, as the file sizes vary in all the PART downloads it’s impossible to even begin to contend with the mess. Oh, and finally: all bar one of the downloaded files have now been deleted, with the exception of a remaining PART download that stubbornly refuses to be discarded because “This action can’t be completed because the file is open in another program. Close the file and try again.’ Of course, it isn’t open in any other program. PCWinSoft really needs to get its act together before running promotional offers that waste an end user’s time and do nothing for the developer’s reputation.

    UPDATE: Just tried again and this time have two on-screen warning messages: “ScrCam-Net-Setup.exe.part could not be saved because the source file could not be read. Try again later or contact the server administrator.” and “ScrCam-Net-Setup.exe.part could not be saved because an unknown error occurred.”

    I have successfully downloaded and purchased the Picture CutOut Guide software this morning from SoS so fail to see how there can be any problems at this end where the PCWinSoft product is concerned.

Important Info

Limited Time Offer!
[tminus t= "11/08/2013 00:00:00" omitweeks="true" style="carbonlite"]

Terms and Conditions

  • This is a 1-user lifetime license, for home use
  • No free updates
  • No free tech support
  • Can be installed or re-installed after this offer is over

Technical Details

  • Developed by PCWinSoft
  • Version is v1.4.2.20
  • Download size is 5.9 MB
  • Supports Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7, and Windows 8 (32-bit and 64-bit). [NOTE: Despite the name of the program, .NET Framework is not required.]
  • VirusTotal scan results: 0/45

This may not be resold for profit.

No refunds and exchanges. If you are having trouble activating or registering, please contact us.