Test Web Cams | Free Online Tool

Test your camera/webcam online for free

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Webcam Information
Convenient
Convenient and Easy to use
The website is very easy to use, and you will know all the features of your webcam in one click. The instructions are clearly mentioned on the screen.
Accurate
Accurate Results
The website provides accurate results and delivers what is expected by the user. The user-friendly interface makes the process easier and takes no time to process the data.
Secure
Secure and Trustworthy
Our website does not use any server, and therefore does not store the users’ data. The camera details and other relevant data are 100% safe with the user.
Absolutely
Absolutely safe
Since, the website works with cloud servers, no files are uploaded, and your data is safe.
One
One click away
It hardly takes a few seconds to get the accurate information about your webcam. Its just a click away.
No
No files are uploaded
The application works completely on your browser without invlolving any server.Hence your data is safe

How to test your webcam

  1. Go to testwebcams.com
  2. Allow the browser to access your camera
  3. The results will be displayed on the right
  4. Refresh the results to see the change after changing the settings like brightness
  5. Hurray! enjoy our service

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is the difference between brightness and luminosity?

    Luminosity represents the the brightness of your photo or video that is there on the screen at the time of testing your camera. The brightness represents the brightness of your screen at the time of testing.


  • Will I have to create an account to use testwebcams?

    Our website does not require you to sign up or create an account. The platform is absolutely free and you can compress as many files as you want.


  • Which Windows versions does testwebcams support?

    Testwebcams is completely web-based and therefore provides cross-platform support. This means that our tool supports all versions of Windows. It not only works on windows operating system, but can work on any other operating system, that supports a browser.


  • What is the difference between hue and saturation?

    Hue basically means the color. It is an attribute which defines a color. Saturation means the amount of pigment i.e., how light or dark the color is.


  • What is saturation?

    Saturation means to what extent pigment is there on your screen. It is represented in percentage and tells the percentage of color absorbed.


  • Why should I use testwebcams?

    The website is really easy to use and you can get quick results in just one click. You can increase or decrese the brightness of your screen or change the lighting source, the new settings/features will be displayed within a few seconds as you refresh the displayed results.


  • Can I know the details of my picture taken?

    The displayed results show the brightness of your screen, the hue, saturation, and luminosity of the picture or video that will be taken. It also displayed the megapixels that your camera can capture. Everything related to the camera and the picture taken will be displayed in the test results.


  • What is RGB Color?

    Different colors are made by combining the colors Red, Green and Blue, in different ratios.Testwebcams looks at the picture in the camera, as displays an average RBG color. The results show the average color on the screen that forms by combining the mentioned ratio of R, G, and B colors.


  • What is bitrate?

    Bitrate refers to the amount of data transferred at any given time. A higher transfer speed means more data passes through, and a higher bitrate provides a better-quality video. Simply put, the higher the bitrate the better is the quality of your video. Bitrate is measured in bits per second(bps). Since bits are lesser values, we use terms like kilobits, megabits, gigabits, depending on the usage.


  • What does deg mean in hue?

    Deg means the degree at which the color is in the color wheel. In a color circle, which has red at 0 degrees, Green at 120 degrees and blue at 240 degrees, hue is measured in degrees.


  • Does it support both Android and iOS platforms?

    Yes, our website works on browser, and therefore supports both iOS and Android platforms


  • Will I be charged to use the website?

    Our website is absolutely free and you can use it as many times as you want. There is no free trial uses, after which you will have to pay for using our services. We won't charge you anything.


  • What is framerate?

    Videos are made by multiple still photos taken and projected onto a screen, per second. Frame rate or frames per second is the speed at which pictures are shown in a second. For a normal motion picture 24 frames per second is the standard rate. It means 24 pictures are shown within a second, which looks like a video. 24 fps are ideal if you want a cinematic look, 30 fps for TV and live sports and 60 fps is ideal for walking videos, blowing candles etc.


  • Can I get an estimate of the size of my files?

    Testwebcams displays the size of your files if you take a picture with the camera/webcam. It displays both PNG and JPEG file formats, and you can choose which one to go with depending on the file size.


  • What does resolution mean?

    The number of pixels displayed on the screen horizontally and vertically is the resolution of your screen. For example, if the results show 640x480 as the resolution, it means your screen can display 640 pixels horizontally and 480 pixels vertically.


  • What is meant by aspect ratio?

    The width and height of your screen or image is described by the aspect ratio. If the aspect ratio is lets say, x it means that the width of your screen or image is x times the size of its height.


  • What is a good screen resolution?

    1024x768 is the standard resolution used today. Windows supports a minimum resolution of 640x480. Better screen have a higher resolution as compared to normal ones.


  • What will the results show?

    Once you run a test, the result displayed will let you know- The name of your camera, the framerate, aspect ratio of the screen, resolution of the screen, files sizes in PNG and JPEG file formats, brightness, hue, luminosity, and other related features.


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