For the most part, a comparison of the two gives you bright, focused, and colorful vs. dim, dark, and blurry.
As good as the iSight camera is on your Mac, there’s a way to make it even better, add more features that are camera specific, and give you more control over camera functions. All with a single click. The app that does all that to the iSight camera is called iGlasses.
This handy add on utility automatically enhances the image of your Mac’s camera. It’s not even limited to iSight (works on other cameras, too).
iGlasses has multiple settings which actually enhance the iSight camera’s video. It color corrects, adds more color saturation, and a touch or two of contrast so the video you see in iGlasses is actually better than the Mac’s built-in video.
The presets make it simple to use iGlasses right away. Simply choosing Enhanced will give your camera a better picture. But Adjustments controls give you even more options.
Any good Mac utility is made better by features that users want and need. iGlasses also comes with 50 fun effects which work on live video.
All that fine tuning of the video and extra effects won’t mean much if all you do is stare into the camera. iGlasses shares images or videos via drag and drop. There’s also a built-in zoom feature so you can get a super duper closeup without all the surrounding noise.
To be honest, as much as I love Apple and all the goodies they give Mac users, how about a little love for video and iSight?
iGlasses gives you the extras. Better video. Granular controls. 50 video effects. Option to share photos and videos via the camera. Zoom in. Apple doesn’t provide those functions at all, but iGlasses does. If you FaceTime or Skype then this is the tool you need for better video.