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Is There a viable freeware replacement for Cyberlink's You Cam ?

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My G72 HP laptop (Win7 Home Premium) came equipped with Cyberlink's You Cam.I have had no problem with it as far as functionality but seems overly bloated.Is there a viable freeware alternative?

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