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iPhone as WEBCAM: Better Zoom Quality! Works on Mac mini M1 | Camo app review [WFH]

Use iPhone as a Webcam in 2021 | Including Portrait Mode Video | Camo Studio

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  • Tools that keep me productive
    I don't have a fancy camera for streaming. I used to use my Logitech webcam, which was fine, but when I finally got a decent iPhone, I was like the camera on this is amazing! So I decided to use that for live streaming. Camo makes it possible to do that, and it has plenty of niceties like zooming, watermarks, filters, etc. - Source: dev.to / 3 months ago
  • Android 14 adds support for using your smartphone as a webcam
    I've been using the Camo app for over a year. Works excellent. Even supports viewing the camera over wifi. No cable necessary. It is free for a basic account. Find it here: https://reincubate.com/camo/. - Source: Hacker News / 10 months ago
  • Nakka webcam advice?
    Just found a good one that works great with a cable connection: https://reincubate.com/camo/. Source: about 1 year ago
  • Use iOS Teams for camera only while using desktop Teams for voice and everything else.
    Maybe try Reincubate Camo, a software to use the iPhone as camera which is independent of Apple's continuity. I used it on windows when working at home in 2020 and 2021 during pandemic, and it had quite good video quality superior to built in cam of my laptop. They have it also for MacOS. Maybe it's compatible with your MacBook Pro. Source: about 1 year ago
  • Hey team, I am STRUGGLING to find a webcam for my m2 mini
    I know you said you don’t want to use continuity camera but if you had an iPad or spare phone (doesn’t need to have a sim), you could use Camo. Source: over 1 year ago
  • DIY IR tracking webcam?
    You can use Star Citizen's built in FOIP: all you need is a basic webcam or even an old smart phone. If you have a spare android phone lying around, Droidcam will work. If you have a spare iPhone lying around, reincubate camo studio will work. Source: over 1 year ago
  • Phone as a top-down Web Camera
    Have Camo set up on my phone(S22+) and PC already. Source: over 1 year ago
  • macOS Ventura is now available
    Try https://getlumina.com/ for a phone quality looking webcam with nice background blur and center-stage type auto-framing. Or, Logitech Brio w/ Xsplit Vcam (but Lumina does a better job auto-starting with videoconf tools). Alternatively, get Reincubate's Camo to do Continuity with both iPhones and Android phones, and tons more features: https://reincubate.com/camo/. - Source: Hacker News / over 1 year ago
  • macOS Ventura public release made for Oct 24th, can someone give updates on whether Continuity Camera works on your Broadcom / Fenvi etc cards?
    If you want an alternative to that, https://reincubate.com/camo/ works wonders. Source: almost 2 years ago
  • Webcam recommendations … please?
    How soon do you need it a webcam? The Opal C1 is a very nice camera, but the wait list is long; you could run Camo to use your phone as an camera or wait for the Continuity Camera updates in Ventura to use an iPhone. Source: almost 2 years ago
  • What's the most productive thing to do with 3 old iPhone SEs
    Use them as a webcam for your mac or windows computer https://reincubate.com/camo/. Source: almost 2 years ago
  • What’s a good use for an older iPhone?
    I use this software https://reincubate.com/camo/. Source: almost 2 years ago
  • Inexpensive camera?
    You can get Camo and use your phone as a webcam. Source: about 2 years ago
  • Compact cold-shoe light for use with iPhone for live-streaming etc?
    (I'll likely be using Reincubate Camo, or the new Apple Continuity Camera feature when that comes out, with OBS Studio). Source: about 2 years ago
  • Very disappointed with Studio Display camera. Anyone else?
    Camo + any half-decent iPhone works better than any webcam setup. Source: about 2 years ago
  • How to add Picture in Picture while streaming?
    Yes you can do it, You can use an app like CAMO. I used this before and it's really good. https://reincubate.com/camo/. Source: about 2 years ago
  • Using a Proper Camera as a Webcam
    Do you have a spare smartphone lying around? Install Camo or any other alternative on it. Connect your smartphone via USB, launch the app, and you're done. https://reincubate.com/camo/. - Source: Hacker News / about 2 years ago
  • Need a professional video conferencing setup. DSLR, lav mic, and huge lights have been onerous.
    If you have an iPhone, Camo is great and buy a cheap mount for it. I've not compared it to a professional setup but it's pretty convenient to use. Source: about 2 years ago
  • Best webcam for Mac mini
    If you want something to hold you over until the Opal is more widely available, consider using your phone plus EpocCam or Camo. Source: over 2 years ago
  • Webcam Suggestions for Mac mini M1
    I recently bought a Mac Mini M1 (arriving this week!) and had the same question regarding webcam with the same budget. I also checked those cameras and couldn't get myself into buying any, they jsut had poor reviews overall and the support for M1 chips wasn't clear (I think some updates on logitech firmware fixed the issues). Eventually I found we can use our phones as a webcam and since I have an old iPhone 6s... Source: over 2 years ago
  • Looking for a Webcam
    For anybody wanting to be able to use a camera with your Mac Mini or any other Mac or PC, give Camo a try. It’s an iOS app that means you can use your iPhone or iPad camera with your Mac or PC! Source: over 2 years ago

External sources with reviews and comparisons of Camo

How to Use a Phone as a Webcam [7 Ways]
Camo is a well-versed app for casual and professional work. You can use it for video calls, live streaming, or online lessons. The app is easy to use, and it provides a high level of security and privacy. It is also very affordable, so you can protect your online privacy without breaking the bank. Great customization options let you change your video feed however you please while not complicating the usage.
9 Best ManyCam Alternatives To Make Live Video Better
Camo has inbuilt hardware and software controls, using which you can adjust lenses, colors, lightning. You can also zoom or crop a part of your video or image. With a simple plug-in, it becomes accessible, thereby eliminating the necessity for any other hardware.

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