Camo is designed to just work with the apps you already use, and integrates automatically with all major apps running on modern macOS and Windows. That includes popular video conferencing apps like Zoom and Microsoft Teams, as well as browsers like Google Chrome and Safari.
If your computer is running a version of macOS older than 12.3, you may need to use Camo's built-in integration system to use certain apps. Learn more about this in the section on apps requiring integration below.
Camo Studio includes a directory of all the apps it is compatible with, which you can access by clicking
Help at the top right of Camo Studio. Users should rely on Camo Studio’s directory of apps to see any app-specific instructions for using Camo with their app of choice. The list of compatible apps is also available here.
In the most common case, there's nothing in particular users need to do to use Camo with these apps, other than restarting them after installing Camo Studio.
If you click into the settings of your favourite videoconferencing app, you should see
Camo Camera available as a camera, as in the image below.
For apps that aren’t already automatically with Camo, Camo Studio presents an “Install integration” button that will update them to make them work. The app includes a link to explain how this works.