Make your webcam look better by first piping it through mimoLive®.
Have you watched a streaming show and wondered how it’s possible to edit the live video in such cool ways? Or have you ever wanted to make a better video for your boring zoom conferences?
The solution comes by the use of a virtual camera
A virtual camera can be used by any software which takes normally your webcam as a video source. Like video conferencing or streaming websites or software. The virtual camera is something like a control room for your outgoing video feed.
mimoLive as a live video studio and video editor will get your webcam video and let you enrich the video signal with anything you like. Video overlays, a 2nd video feed, anything from the web, a live screengrab from another software window or some text overlays to create lower thirds. With mimoLive, you edit your live video from your webcam to a master video piece.
A virtual camera can be used by almost any video software
Besides recording or direct streaming, mimoLive can output your mastered live video as a virtual camera feed. This allows the macOS to handle your mastered video as a webcam. Every other program on your Mac can take this virtual webcam as a video source.
Show a picture-in-picture-styled video while you are not the zoom® call admin, or give yourself a nice looking lower third to present your name, job title and email address to the participants of a video conference.
Connect a USB-driven DSLR camera through mimoLive to your Skype® Calls. Create a black and white video stream or show a website and do your presentation online. By using a virtual camera you can create anything within your boring webcam-driven video apps. And this means you can get really creative.