The virtual webcam driver for DJI OSMO Action, Xiaomi Yi 4k+, and GoPro Hero 8 cameras has been updated to version 1.0.4. The update brings a new camera connection wizard and merged 32bit and 64bit Windows camera drivers. More information can be found here.
OBS Studio is a popular tool for creating interactive live streams (for instance live gaming events). Due to many requests I have created a tutorial (including videos) which shows step-by-step how to use your GoPro camera as a media source in OBS Studio. You can find the tutorial here.
Due to many requests I have posted a tutorial describing how to use GoPro Hero cameras as webcams under macOS and Windows. The virtual webcam can then be used in Zoom.us (Windows), Skype (Desktop), OBS Studio, and many other application as a video source. You can find the tutorial including demo videos here.
This week we have released new versions of our Multi Camera Control for GoPro app. The app controls multiple GoPro cameras synchronously over Bluetooth and is available for Android, iOS, macOS and Windows.
The new GoPro Hero 8 and GoPro Max 360° cameras require a special pairing process for activating the camera’s WiFi adapter. This pairing process involves authentication using Bluetooth and WiFi commands. Our new WiFi Connector for Hero 8 tool enables the WiFi network on these cameras so that you can connect to the GoPro WiFi network. The following blog article shows how the pairing process works on different platforms: click here for the blog article.