Anyone have any suggestions on which capture card to use that is recognized by Webex with Windows 10?
Are you asking about HDMI-to-USB capture cards? To be able to use HDMI output as a webcam?I think, as long as the capture card uses native drivers, i.e. UVC compliant, then it should work no issues.
Personally, I have tried both the Inogeni HDMI-to-USB and the Elgato CamLink and both worked well. Although, I think my PC was not new enough to handle things as best they could. For the most part, I was trying to play a video out of an ipad with hdmi out, so, maybe not the best use case. I've tried with a camcorder and a desktop with more power and it worked brilliantly.
Something to consider is whether your camcorder is "compatible" with live streaming. Compatible is in quotes, because it's not so much a compatibility issue as best practices. Elgato has a good article on this.
I’ve used a few with Canon and Sony cams without issue.
2- Elgato HD60 S+3- Digitnow
are the brands that I have in use between Mac and PC. Some have hdmi out to display which you may want. Ymmv.
hello @lfulgenzi , I have the same question & just to check if I understand correctly ... you have no problems getting an external camera via the Elgato camlink as webcam in the Webex app ? I am really on the (black friday) fence between a logitech 925e and the elgato camlink as they have the same price & I prefer my DSLR over the logitech So thanks for your clarification!
I think you'll find using an actual webcam for a webcam is much, much easier. You place it on the top of your monitor and you're done. Where as, using a capture card and camcorder/dslr/etc is a bit more involved. Better output, sure, but at what cost? both $ and complexity. That being said, I'd probably do the same thing!
As far as what I've tried, I've tried a Canon camcorder on a Inogeni HD2USB device. I used monitor output of one machine to the Elgato for feed into something. Both are easily recognized by software and a webcam. I found the Elgato experiment a bit wanting. Not sure if that's because I was feeding too much info into it from the PC, ie higher resolution it needed to scale. Output from a camcorder might be easier for it to handle.
Please review the links above for more information about what you might need.
If it was me? And I had an amazon account - why not buy both and return what you don't end up using?
Hi, I have a Blackmagic Intensity Shuttle. I think it's not compatible with Webex. I'm using a Mac and a Sony DSLR HDMI camera. It work fine in Zoom, I can select the Blackmagic as a camera device. Not working with Skype or Webex, it's not even showing to select, only my laptop camera.
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