MONTREAL — Live video chat site software provider 2much.net has introduced a new picture upload function for webcam performers.
The new EZ Crop product uses an online browser interface to let models pick and click an image of themselves from their local computer.
Performers can then upload it into the EZ-Crop viewer where they can zoom, highlight, crop and upload the version of the picture they like with a mouse-click. It can be used at registration or on a model's administration interface.
According to founder Mark prince, the offering streamlines its recently unveiled LiveCamNetwork solo model platform by "making what was easy to start with, even easier."
Shifting its focus to the models on its network more fully has been a growing priority for the company over the past few months.
"While it may be easier for well known, experienced adult starlets like Trisha Uptown to figure out things, your basic non-computer geek home-based cam girl doesn't always grasp everything intuitively," LiveCamNetwork.com studio manager Brookelynne Briar said.
She added that for example, the system before EZ-Crop had a ceiling of 2MG filesize per picture uploaded by a registering performer. "But with the increase in camera card memory and other platforms accommodating larger and larger data files, this was becoming impractical," Briar said.
The system is also made available to site owners via their LiveCamNetwork administrator panel, allowing them to correct or improve performer-provided images for marketability, visibility or 2257-compliancy.
To learn more about the new product visit.2much.net.