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Adding VideoCom Presenter as a Virtual Camera in Zoom

VideoCom Presenter can be used as a Virtual Camera for many platforms, including video conferencing apps such as Zoom. This allows you to show your presentation seamlessly without the need to capture separate windows.

When using VideoCom as your Virtual Camera, please make sure that Zoom's Virtual Backgrounds setting (under Background & Effects) is set to None, as adding a virtual background may cause virtual cameras to not show properly.

Run VideoCom Presenter. This makes the app available as a Virtual Camera for your system.

Run Zoom. Click the gear icon at the upper-right corner of the window

Zoom's Settings  (Gear Icon) Situated at the top-right corner of the app

Under Settings, click the Video Tab go to Camera then select VideoCom Presenter.

Alternatively, you can change your camera while in a meeting by clicking on the arrow under Stop Video and choosing VideoCom Presenter as your camera device from the list.

Selecting VideoCom Presenter as the camera under Zoom's Video > Camera Settings

Close the Settings window. VideoCom Presenter's screen should now show as your camera in Zoom.

Updated on: 24/10/2022

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