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Supports all major video conferencing, recording, and streaming apps, like Zoom, Meet, Teams, Skype, Slack, Google Chrome, Safari, FaceTime, Cisco Webex and many more.
That’s on Mac and Windows. No special commands.
Hardware and software controls to adjust lenses, lighting, colours, contrast, zoom, crop and focus. All controlled from your computer, without needing to touch your phone.
Capture smoother footage than ever before using video stabilisation and frame rate controls, with support for up to 60 fps.
Also, use Smart Zoom, virtual rotation, and an all new vibrance image adjustment to take your video to the another level.Learn more
Look your best on calls at all times with a resizable, transparent preview. Even when your video meeting software doesn’t include a monitor, you can still check you hair.
Camo’s in-app recording function makes creating your next video a breeze. One click and you’re saving a stream, practicing a presentation, or capturing new content.
Image processing and effects such as Bokeh “Portrait mode” are performed on the phone, leaving your computer’s resources free to focus on the challenges at hand.
Camo forwards your phone’s video and audio to your computer.
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Camo Studio controls the video and audio from your phone.
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Camo Studio will find Camo running on your device, and you’re away!Read our guide
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I’m going to write about this at some point but this is now how I do all my live TV hits. iPhone 11 Pro hooked up to MacBook Pro using Camo webcam app.
I have an over-the-top Zoom rig with a big camera, but it’s a hassle to setup/breakdown. I put together a simple alternative for quick sessions: @twelvesouth HoverBar Duo + @reincubate Camo.
Turns out the gap between at the big camera and iPhone is less than you think.
For almost a year, I've been struggling to find a great web camera solution that works for Zoom/Meet/Facetime. Part of me wondered, why isn't there just a way to use the spectacular camera on my iPhone when I'm using my iMac?
Answer: There is. @reincubate Camo. Unbelievable. 🎉
I needed to show my coworkers 6 different webcams I've tested over the last few months. Here's about 20sec of each, all recorded today.
Verdict? iPhone11 Pro w/ @reincubate's Camo is the best bang for the buck, esp. since you don't need extra hardware (just charge cable+tripod)
How is nobody talking about this??
Instead of spending $2K+ for a DSLR setup, you can use your iPhone as a webcam, in just a few minutes!
It's MASSIVELY better than the FaceTime camera.
Over Zoom, it's hard to see the difference between a iPhone 11 Pro and a DSLR:
Got my Camo beta invite and did some quick performance testing. Uses WAY less CPU than what I currently use and is much easier to set up. 🎊
Will definitely be adding this to my videoconferencing guide as the recommended webcam solution. 👍
With functionality such as one-click recording and overlays built-in, Camo is here to help you create your next piece of content.
Experiment with novel features, such as AR effects, and fine-tune your image to help engage you audience – all while keeping your computer free to handle the task at hand.Find out more
Get started with Camo today for free.
Camo runs on your iOS or Android device and forwards video from its cameras to Camo Studio.
Want to look your best on video calls? The camera on your iPhone or iPad is leagues ahead of any webcam on the market, and Camo makes it easy to use your iPhone as a webcam.
iPhone cameras are getting better but webcams are getting worse. As the Wall Street Journal reported, many newly-released laptop cameras are worse than 2010 models, and many only do 720p, which even YouTube doesn’t consider “HD”.
We’re taking a fresh approach to solving this: no ads, no spam, no fiddly pairing, bulletproof drivers, and a polished, simple app that lets you make the most of the amazing camera you already own.
Using your iPhone makes a huge difference compared to regular webcams, but Camo lets you do even more to look your best on video calls with detailed image adjustment controls. There’s much, much more to come.
Lots! More than 40, including Zoom, Google Meet, Microsoft Teams, FaceTime, Chrome, Safari, Firefox, Edge, GoToMeeting, Cisco Webex, QuickTime, Slack, Discord, WhatsApp and more. You can see the list on our site, or in Camo Studio itself.
Camo will never ask you to run some random command. We’re not like that.
We didn't stop at 1.0. Recently, we've released support for audio, "portrait mode", custom watermarks, and Windows. There's plenty more coming up next. You can read more in our FAQ.
Camo gives you control of everything from your Mac — with rich image adjustments — and it does all the processing on your iOS device, freeing up your computer’s power for work. It has a beautiful native app with Dark Mode support and full iPad support. It has up-to-the-minute compatibility with over 40 apps, and detailed guides on everything from mounts to calls.
Camo doesn’t bother you with complicated and unreliable drivers. It doesn’t have an insecure pairing process — or ads! — and it doesn’t force you to rate it in the App Store. It’s got a built-in uninstaller should you wish to remove it: no need to run cryptic Terminal commands.
We wrote about why we built Camo.
Camo and Continuity Camera share an original thought: that you can achieve great video using just the camera you already have in your pocket.
Camo started from this idea and in the years since has been continuously improved and upgraded. Using a great camera gives you a solid foundation to build from, but there’s still a lot more to looking incredible on video.
Check out our comparison of Camo and Continuity Camera to find out more.
We bought every type of phone mount on Amazon, and tried them all. We photographed the lot of them, and wrote up our experiences and recommendations here.
Camo is compatible with any iOS device running iOS 12 or above, so you could run it on an iPod Touch just as well as your iPhone 14 Pro. Or iPad Pro.
It’ll run on any Mac with macOS 10.13 or newer, and on any PC with Windows 10 or newer. We’ve made sure it runs on 2012 MacBook Pros and the 2015 12" MacBook. Zoom won’t even let you use virtual backgrounds on them, but Camo’s fine.
Camo is compatible with iOS 16 and macOS 12. It is optimized for Apple Silicon.
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