Dynamsoft Webcam SDK Renamed to Dynamsoft Camera SDK

Dynamsoft Camera SDK 5.1 released

We are glad to announce that version 5.1 of Dynamsoft Camera SDK, the original Dynamsoft Webcam SDK, is released. The product uses the new name to better reflect its positioning – the camera SDK to help developers quickly build document capture modules in Web and other applications. Based on the USB Video Class (UVC) standard,…

Dynamic Web TWAIN V12.2 Migrates from SHA-1 to SHA-2

Dynamic Web TWAIN migrates from SHA-1 to SHA-2

We are happy to announce the release of v12.2 of Dynamic Web TWAIN which migrates the certificate algorithm from SHA-1 to SHA-2 for the scanning service. Major browsers are deprecating the support of SHA-1 signed certificates. Chrome 56, and Firefox 51, scheduled to be released in Jan. 2017, will stop trusting SHA–1 certificates originating at…

How to Create an Online Check Deposit Solution

Dynamsoft contributed an article to CREDIT UNION JOURNAL that ran Dec 21, 2016. Start reading it below. In the old days, people went to their bank’s ATM to deposit their checks. Sometimes, they even ventured inside the bank and visited a teller to deposit their checks. It was inconvenient for customers, and it’s no secret…

SourceAnywhere 6.3 Released!

SourceAnywhwere 6.3 released

We are glad to announce that version 6.3 of SourceAnywhere – the enterprise-grade version control software designed as a Visual SourceSafe replacement – is now available. Highlights in Version 6.3: More flexible permission management by adding ‘Repository Administrators’ group for managing the users, groups, access rights and other configurations of a specific repository via Server…

How to Integrate Webcam Capture in a PHP Application?

Want to enable users to capture pictures from within your PHP application? You can easily achieve it with a JavaScript webcam library like Dynamsoft Webcam SDK. In this article, we will show you how to show live video stream, capture a snapshot and upload the images to a web server in a PHP application by using…