Life's been busy at Reincubate Towers as we work our way to the Camo 1.1 update. We've got a lot of neat things in the oven, waiting to come out. On that note, today marks the start of our private beta of Camo Studio for Windows. If you're interested in trying it out, you can get on the list here.
In the meantime, here's Camo Studio 1.0.7 for macOS, with more supported apps and a number of important quality of life fixes. If you run into any problems, please reach out to us at email@example.com. We'd love to help and hear from you.
- Improvement We've added compatibility notes for Loom and vMix, and added a solution for using Photo Booth.
- Improvement Although Camo Studio doesn't mention it in its compatibility section, this update includes a number of tweaks to work with Panopto, our new unofficial BFFs. 🤝 Panopto doesn't support changes in aspect ratio (ie. 16:9 to 4:3, or portrait to landscape), but short of that things should be looking good. Please let us know how you get on with it. Maybe we can make things official with a follow-up next week.
- Improvement Camo Studio's side-bar sections are now collapsible. You can collapse them to make room for something. What, though? I suppose you'll find out in a few updates' time.
- Improvement We changed a number of things behind the scenes which should come into play when we ship the next Camo update on iOS.
- Fix Camo wasn't working with recording to iMovie or Final Cut Pro. Now it does. Hurrah. 🎉
- Fix Some users reported audio latency when using Camo to record in QuickTime or ScreenFlow. We've resolved that. We've still got some bumps to smooth out here, but you should have a better experience now.
- Fix Our integration with Hand Mirror was broken in the last release. Sorry. We've fixed that now.
- Fix Our license dialog did some slightly unintuitive things which we've fixed.