Camo 1.8 brings support for 60 fps video and adjustable frame rate controls, along with “Smart Zoom”, video stabilisation, and new and improved colour and brightness adjustments.
Camo Studio 1.7 for macOS introduces a series of easy-to-use, customisable overlay features. These include a drag and drop overlay editor, a gallery of editable templates, a preview tool and hotkeys for fast-switching between overlays.
Today we’re thrilled to launch a long-awaited feature in Camo: full compatibility with Safari, FaceTime, QuickTime, and more.
With the release of Camo 1.5, we’ve partnered with Snap in bringing AR mainstream and making it easily accessible to all our users and a broad set of unique, new use cases. We’re already using Apple’s fantastic ARKit technology, and are now building on that with this additional layer of technology.
At Reincubate, we’re excited to announce our new partnership with Switcher Studio, the software that allows you to make videos using your iPad or iPhone and edit as you shoot, to provide Camo’s industry-leading virtual camera technology to all Switcher Studio users via the Camo SDK platform.
by Scarlet Salkeld