Record and receive HD video

Allow contributors to record video content and send it directly to you with Camflare. Capture via Chrome or our new iOS and Android Apps. Even include a teleprompter.

Request recordings

Camflare is the easiest way to request video content from contributors. Create a session, tweak you're settings and send a link. You have full control over the length of the recording, expiration of the session, aspect ratio, quality and much more. Within just a few clicks you are set up to receive great quality recorded video.

Video teleprompter

Need to include a script? Our video teleprompter plays over your live video, with controls to change the speed, size and text. It gives your contributor greater confidence and maintains their eye line with their camera. The teleprompter is great for speeches, reviews, testimonials and presentations.

Easy to record

Record great quality video from the devices you already use. Use your webcam in Chrome browser or our new Camflare app for iOS and Android. There's no sign in, so it's straight down to business. Simple controls and a clutter-free user interface makes it a breeze for anyone to use.

Dropbox integration

Connect your Dropbox account to store footage on one of the most trusted and flexible platforms in the world. It's cost effective too, with free 2GB plans giving you over 100 minutes of video storage. Already use Dropbox? Then 2TB and above is going to offer you hundreds of hours of recording, syncing across all your devices.

Simple video sharing

Once you’ve received a video, share it with the world in a click. This unique link can be accessed by anyone, without the need to log in.

Audio only

It's not all about video, Camflare offers audio only sessions too. Great for recording isolated audio streams for podcasts, interviews and news reports for radio stations.

What's Camflare for?

Camflare can be used for recording video for virtual events, thought leadership, remote learning, video podcasts, remote news reports, interviews, speeches, university coursework, highlights, audience feedback, weddings and so much more. Gather content from unlimited people.

Who uses Camflare?

Our users include professional video production companies, houses of worship, podcasters, online news/entertainment channels, fashion brands, universities, radio stations, television networks and live event organisers. Anyone who requires high quality video and audio can benefit from joining Camflare.

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  • Download recordings
  • Recordings up to 30 seconds in duration
  • Record video up to 720p
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    Our testimonials



    Camflare works with Google Chrome browser. This is currently used by two thirds of users online. If you don't yet have Chrome, you can download it free here:

    We will keep you informed if any other browsers integrate our technology.
    Camflare records each video as a .webm file, which is a high quality open video format compatible with editing and playback programs.
    In your dashboard you have the option to connect Camflare to your Dropbox account. This gives you robust storage for your files. Need a free account - get 2gb to start you off here:

    When a guest uploads a video it will save to your Dropbox cloud and sync with your computer (if you have the Dropbox app installed).

    Your files will be stored in a folder named which can be found under home/apps in your Dropbox account.
    We'll be adding Google Drive compatibility to our Pro plan in due course, keep checking back for updates.
    If you need to convert a .webm file into an .mp4 then it's incredibly easy. You can use many free online conversion services, but our choice would be to use VLC or Handbrake. They are both free and simple to use.

    Download VLC here:

    Download Handbrake here:
    This depends on your internet upload speed. The average upload speed for home broadband is 3mbps - but it is common top have 9mbps and upwards if you have fibre.

    If you record and transfer a 1 minute video (25mb) here's what you would expect:
    3mbps - 90 seconds
    10mbps - 22 seconds
    30mbps - 10 seconds