Camflare, the easiest way to record & receive video

When you need someone to record video and send it to you, there's no simpler solution. No apps to download just a web browser, a webcam and an internet connection.

Create a session and send a link

Get up and running in seconds, your guest only needs a link to enter the studio.

Script prompter for speeches and presentations

Read text over your video, edit and adjust settings for the perfect experience.

Robust storage

Connect your personal or business Dropbox or Google Drive (coming soon) to store your files.

Cross compatibility

Mac, PC & Chromebook. (Android & iOS support coming soon)

Lights, Camflare, action

Recording and receiving video with Camflare has never been simpler, especially with no apps to download.

Watch in real time to see how a session is set up and deployed to your seconds.



Give it a try now...

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Pricing plans


  • Download recordings
  • Recordings up to one minute in duration
  • One concurrent admin user


Free for 2020!
  • Download recordings
  • Recordings up to 20 minutes in duration
  • Upload to Dropbox
  • Upload to Google Drive (coming soon)
  • Teleprompter
  • One concurrent admin user


  • Download recordings
  • Unlimited recording duration
  • Upload to Dropbox
  • Upload to Google Drive (coming soon)
  • Save to Camflare's server
  • Teleprompter
  • Unlimited concurrent admin users

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