Today's release includes brings two huge new features to Camo Studio, recording and overlays! Camo Studio is now able to record video directly, and also lets you create your own custom overlays for use in your presentations, meetings, and streams.
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- Feature Recording is here! You can use Camo Studio to record your Camo output in high fidelity. When making a recording you can also choose to use audio from your phone's microphones, or from any microphone connected to your Mac.
- Feature We've made so many improvements to Camo Studio's custom watermarks that we've given them a new name, and watermarks are now overlays! You can now use Camo Studio to create custom overlays and we've also added an overlays gallery.
- Fix We've fixed an issue which led to video being over-exposed for some users after using portrait mode.
- Fix We've fixed an issue which meant that our top resolutions weren't available immediately after activating a license, and where sometimes switching lens would lead to Camo Studio choosing to use a really low resolution.
- Fix We've fixed a problem where Camo Studio couldn't be installed with Homebrew.
- Fix We spotted that Camo Studio's name was missing from the Activity Monitor and a few other places, that's fixed now. Sorry!
- Fix We've fixed an unusual bug which led to us showing a "No device connected" when closing the Camo Studio window.
- Fix We spotted an issue that made it possible to use the menu bar to enable portrait mode on devices that don't support it, which led to problems! That's now fixed.
- Fix We've fixed a rare issue when displaying a warning in Camo Studio.
- Fix We've fixed a rare issue that was sometimes causing problems on launch for users on macOS 10.13.