Thank you for trying out XSplit VCam, the most powerful background replacement tool available!Once you sign to XSplit VCam, you will be prompted to calibrate XSplit VCam. Calibrating XSplit VCam will improve the background replacement and lower CPU usage. Select the webcam you will be calibrati...
XSplit VCam is a background removal app which removes video backgrounds without a green screen, blur background for enhanced focus, and give immersive presentations.
Yes. You can add XSplit VCam as a Video Capture Device source in OBS Studio.
Yes. You can select XSplit VCam as your camera in Discord under Voice & Video settings.
Yes. You can select XSplit VCam as your camera in Skype under Audio & Video settings.
You can add XSplit VCam as your camera on different video chat software.
If you already have an existing XSplit Premium license, you do not have to purchase a separate license for VCam.
The footage gets uploaded to our servers and will only be used to improve XSplit VCam's background removal AI.
No. XSplit VCam only gets the video feed from your selected camera.
Here are multiple ways you can help improve XSplit VCam;
To get the best quality out of XSplit VCam, you’ll need to calibrate your camera. This allows the background removal AI to better detect your distinct silhouette against your surroundings in the background.
The Source selection in your XSplit VCam window lets you choose from the cameras that are currently connected to your computer.
XSplit VCam’s key feature is removing, replacing or blurring the background from your webcam feed without the need for a green screen.
On XSplit Broadcaster, click Add source > Devices > Video then select XSplit VCam. The XSplit VCam source will appear within the XSplit Broadcaster viewport.
On OBS Studio, click the + icon under Sources then select Video Capture Device. Click OK on the Create/Select Source dialog. On the source properties window, select XSplit VCam under the Devices drop-down menu then click OK. The XSplit VCam source will appear...
On Streamlabs OBS, click the + icon under Sources to open Add Source menu. Select Video Capture Device and click Add Source.. Enter a name for your source, then click on Add New Source. On the Settings for Video Capture Device window, select XSplit VCam under...
On VMix, click on Add Input. On the Input Select properties window, select XSplit VCam under the Camera drop-down menu then click OK. The XSplit VCam input will appear on your current scene on vMix.
On Gameshow, click on the + add icon > Capture Devices and select XSplit VCam. The XSplit VCam input will appear on your current scene on Gameshow.
You can add XSplit VCam as a video device source to any compatible streaming software of your choice. It is compatible with the most popular live streaming software such as XSplit Broadcaster and OBS Studio.
Click ... beside your name on Skype then select Settings. On the Settings window, click Audio & Video. Select XSplit VCam from the Camera drop-down menu.
Click the gear icon beside your username to open Discord's settings. Select Voice & Video under APP SETTINGS. Under VIDEO SETTINGS, select XSplit VCam from the CAMERA drop-down menu.
Click the gear icon while in a Hangouts Video Call to access Hangouts settings. On the Video drop-down menu, select XSplit VCam.
While you're in video call or group chat, click the Switch Camera button on the video window then select XSplit VCam.
Click on Tools > Options to open Viber's settings. Go to the Audio & Video tab and select XSplit VCam under Video > Input drop-down menu.
Click on the Start with video icon. Select XSplit VCam from the menu next to the Video icon.
Click on the Call icon at the top. This opens a call window, click on the gear icon to open the settings and select XSplit VCam under Video settings drop-down menu.
You'll be able to add XSplit VCam as your camera on different video chat software such as Skype, Discord, Google Hangouts and WeChat.
XSplit VCam makes cutting edge background removal and blurring possible with any webcam, without the need for expensive green screens, and complicated lighting setups.This manual will give you detailed information on XSplit VCam's background filter options as well as step-by-step instructions on...
If you're encountering the Hardware Error message upon launching XSplit VCam, the following guide may help you in solving it.
If you see the "Camera Not Available" message shown below in XSplit VCam, please try the following.Make sure the webcam or video source you wish to use with XSplit VCam is not being used by any other application. For streaming applications, remove the webcam from your sources. For video chat ap...
XSplit VCam can be used as a video source with multiple applications simultaneously. If you are unable to select or use XSplit VCam as a video source, please try the following. Remove XSplit VCam as a video source from all software. Then try to add XSplit VCam as a video source for the desired so...
By default XSplit VCam uses GPU resources to minimize CPU usage. To ensure XSplit VCam is using the GPU, click on the gear symbol to open the filter settings and select your GPU in the hardware acceleration options.If you don’t have a GPU available for hardware acceleration, it is recommended t...
By default XSplit VCam uses GPU resources. If you wish to use your CPU, click on the gear symbol next to the filters and select CPU implementation. If you wish to use GPU based hardware acceleration, you can reduce usage by setting the quality level to low.
If XSplit VCam is outputting video to another application that looks zoomed in or an incorrect resolution like the image below, please try the following suggestion.Select another video device or remove XSplit VCam as a video device in the application. Then select XSplit VCam again as the video...
If XSplit VCam is freezing please try the following.Please remove XSplit VCam as a video source from all software. For streaming software, simply delete XSplit VCam as a source from all scenes. For video calling software, check the video settings.If XSplit VCam continues to freeze, please cr...
With Intel's 7th and 8th gen processors, Intel’s iGPU now packs some real power, which allows applications like XSplit VCam, XSplit Broadcaster or XSplit Gamecaster to use Intel's integrated graphics to offload process intensive tasks which can lead to an overall improved gaming and streaming experience.
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