by GoPro Here are some popular tools that support GoPro Webcam on Mac: YouTube Live – Using Chrome Zoom – App/Chome Webex – Using Chrome Slack – Using Chrome Google Meet Microsoft Teams Skype – Using Chrome Twitch – via OBS BlueJeans – App GoTo Meeting Facebook Rooms – App/Chrome Discord – Using Chrome Snap Camera Instructions for Mac Users Preview Webcam Camera Orientation Using the […]Read more "How to Setup and Use Your GoPro as a Webcam"
by Idustrial Revolution Just in time for your quarantine videos! XEffects Video Conference is a free effect for Final Cut Pro X that emulates an online video chat or meeting. There are three plugins for 4, 9 and 16 way splits. Name tags even appear correctly in the bottom left window of each participant! Just […]Read more "FREE XEffects Video Conference Plug-in"
by Gig Gear Working from home. Video conferencing. Distance teaching and learning. Virtual meetings. These are all becoming more and more commonplace especially with the current situation throughout the world. Technology allows us to meet, work and learn virtually but it doesn’t always do the best job of keeping our homes and private lives out […]Read more "The Cam-A-Lot: A Video Conferencing Background Privacy Screen"
By Sean Berry In these trying times, showing a client your work or presenting a presentation to you coworkers virtually can be difficult if you’ve never done it before. However, you can share your devices screen during a live meeting, while still keeping you in the frame. There are many professional video conference calling platforms that […]Read more "Screen share and use a camera simultaneously during a video call"
April 30, 2014 by Zac Hall and… (Thanks to George E Kennedy Jr for posting!) You may recall Skype debuted a very useful (and social) feature for Mac way back in 2010: group video calling. Specifically, the feature was in a public beta stage with widespread testing thus carried a price tag of $0 […]Read more "Skype brings free group video calling back!"
February 16, 2011 by Marco Tabini, Macworld.com The recent news that Skype has started charging a fee for group videoconferencing may not have come as a surprise to anyone—after all, the company had clearly stated that it was planning to make the feature a pay service once Skype 5.0 exited beta. However, that doesn’t […]Read more "Five free videoconferencing solutions for Mac users"
March 2, 2010 By: Ian Mavorah, TalentZoo.com Go ahead and take a look around you. Tell me, what do you see? Chances are you’ll find people with their heads down. On the street. In the elevator. At a stoplight. Texting. Updating their Facebook status. Tweeting about what they just had for lunch. Recommending a friend […]Read more "Is Social Media Making Us Anti-Social?"