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Camo Studio 1.6.4

Reincubate has released version 1.6.4 of its Camo Studio virtual-camera system, which works with the Camo iOS app to let you use the front- or rear-facing camera on an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch as a full-fledged video source for many Mac video streaming apps. Camo Studio 1.6.4 brings native compatibility with Safari, FaceTime, and QuickTime and enables third-party apps such as Discord, Slack, and WhatsApp to work natively without additional integrations. This updated native compatibility requires macOS 12.3 Monterey or later.

The release also now supports audio from Android devices, resolves an issue where repeatedly clicking the warning button would open multiple warning popovers, fixes a bug that caused the license management sheet to show unexpectedly, addresses a problem that caused unexpected disconnections while using Portrait Mode, resolves an issue that prevented macOS from entering sleep mode, and adds a Swedish localization. The Camo system is free to use but is watermarked and limited to just 720p resolution, video mirroring, rotation, and zoom. A $39.99 annual subscription removes the watermark and enables all features, including access to every lens on your phone, Portrait mode on iPhones that support it, flash control, and more. ($39.99 annual subscription, free update, 29.1 MB, release notes, macOS 10.13+)

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  1. Great App been using Camostudio during lockdown love the portrait mode. Downside is you lose the use of your phone while using it as a camera. The image quality is worth the hassle get a quick release camera mount in a bendy desk mount that works well also one drawback I find is responding to 2FA requests you need to retrieve the phone to respond and use your face then put it back. Otherwise lots of updates and cool features.

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