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RICOH360 Tours is an all-in-one mobile solution that works with iOS and Android phones, and Ricoh Theta camera to create 360° virtual tours in 3 easy steps. Connect your Theta camera with the RICOH360 Tours app over Wi-Fi for live preview. Part 3: Create a virtual background. Open Zoom again. If you’re trying to use your background to fool people into thinking you’re on camera when you’re not, you’ll need to cover up. Oct 18, 2019  First important point: have fun, because you can create virtual tours with almost any camera with changeable lenses. The ideal is to be able to mount a fisheye lens because the shooting of a complete sphere will be noticeably quicker. Then, it's better to have 20 Megapixels because then, with eight photos only, you can realize a quality virtual.

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Once donation reaches $500, VLC2VCam for VLC 2.x will be released.
  1. Want to create a virtual tour but not sure how? This video will take you through every step of creating a virtual tour. WHAT YOU'LL NEED: 360 Camera Ricoh T.
  2. Apr 15, 2020 MacOS: Using OBS as a Virtual Webcam Update June 2020: There’s now a MacOS version of OBS VirtualCam. This can be downloaded here.The process to use the software is basically the same as the Windows method listed above.

What Is VLC and VLC Plugin?

VLC is the most famous free, open source and cross-platform multimedia player on the planet. VLC Player has a framework that plays most multimedia video as DVD, Audio CD, VCD, RTSP, MMS and other various streaming protocols.


To let 3rd partners extend the features of VLC player, VLC Player is based on modules and plugins. Public API system of VLC is opened so that we can develop a VLC Plugin(actually, a dynamic link module) that seamlessly works with VLC Player to add new features to the standard VLC Player.

What Is VCam?

VCam(aka.virtual webcam) is a software generated webcam. You can add it to your computer and use it as a real camera. The content of VCam is completely customizable, you can set video files, screen, real webcam, IP Cam, TV cards, and even VLC Player as its output. Another benefit of VCam is it can edit and add video effects in real-time.

All Internet streaming/broadcasting software support reading data from webcam and VCam.

Now, What Is VLC2VCam?

VLC2VCam is a VLC Plugin to turn VLC player to a VCam(virtual webcam). VLC2VCam is a software bridge to redirect VLC video to VCam broadcasting. VLC2VCam can automatically sync video/audios between VLC and VCam. With VLC2VCam, you can use VLC as a webcam:

1) Play all kinds of local/streaming videos with VLC;

2) VLC2VCam automatically sends video pictures to VCam;

3) In VCam, you can edit VLC video, add video effects, add texts and screens and then broadcast the results on web lively.

How to use VLC2VCam?

There are several VCam(virtual webcam) software on Internet. Below is a list for them:

WebcamMax, MagicCamera virtual webcam, Manycam, e2esoft VCam.

They are similar software, however, after thoroughly testing, we choose Magic Camera as our supported VCam at this time. The reasons are MagicCamera is more popular(20K downloads/week, according to CNet) and also, MagicCamera is the feature winner in our VCam software testings.

What you need to do to use VLC2VCam:

Step1.Download and install VLC Player from its official site.

Or, you can also download the VLC Player that we have tested.

Step2.Download and install our customized MagicCamera VLC version.

The above version of MagicCamera is 8.5.

Alternatively, you can also download the latest version of MagicCamera from their official website and copy this dll to MagicCamera installation directory. Then run the following command with Administrator account:

regsvr32 vlccam.dll

Step3.Download VLC2VCam plugin and copy it to VLC video out plugin directory:

C:Program Files (x86)VideoLANVLCpluginsvideo_output

Step4.Then set MagicCamera video output as the default video output in VLC plugin system:

Step5.Now launch MagicCamera software, switch to webcam page, and then set VLC Capture as its input VCam(virtual webcam).

Step6.Play anything you want in VLC player, for example, play a film video(either from local file or from mms/rtsp/streaming) in VLC if you want to broadcast this video. Then you will find MagicCamera also play that video simultaneously.

Step7.Now in your webcam broadcasting application/website(e.g., justin.tv)), choose 'MagicCamera Capture' as your input camera to broadcast VLC video content.

NOTE1.To include sounds as well, try Virtual Audio Cable or Virtual Sound Card software. For example, you can stream 'Rec.play/What you hear/VirtualAudioStreaming' as your virtual microphone for broadcasting.

NOTE2.To broadcast several channels and files at the same time, launch several VLC Player and MagicCamera virtual webcam.

Play, edit and broadcast videos with VLC+VLC2VCam+VCam(virtual webcam)

Already familiar with VLC2VCam? For an all-in-one and quick package, download below:

Package Name: VLC Player, VCam(MagicCamera), VLC2VCam
Price: Free!
Support OS: Run on all platforms: Windows XP/2003/2008/Windows 7/8, 32bits & 64bits

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Supported Bit Versions
32-bit, 64-bit
Source Code URL
Minimum OBS Studio Version
Supported Platforms
MOD EDIT: This version of the plugin is currently deprecated and should not be used with OBS Studio v25. Please use this version instead: https://obsproject.com/forum/resources/obs-virtualcam.949/
We on the OBS team thank CatxFish for their hard work on this plugin.

This plugin provides a directshow Output as a virtual webcam .
How to use:
1. Selecting Tools -> VirtualCam
2. Press start button and close diailog
3. Open your 3rd party program and choose 'OBS-Camera' as a Video input
1.Add a filter to the source you want to output to the camera
2.Choose a sink camera target then press start button
3.If this camera is not occupied , the start button will change to stop button .
4.Open your 3rd party program and choose 'OBS-Camera' as a Video input.
How to Install without installer:
1.Go Github Release to find zip file
2.Unzip OBS-VirtualCam2.0.1.zip and put it to your obs-studio install folder
3.Run CMD as Administrator and register 32bit directshow source
ex: regsvr32 'C:Program Files (x86)obs-studiobin32bitobs-virtualsource.dll'
4.Do it again to register 64bit directshow source
ex: regsvr32 'C:Program Files (x86)obs-studiobin64bitobs-virtualsource.dll'
Register failed during installation
It's usually due to dependency reason . There's a chance you need to install visual studio 2017 redistributable package (2013 if the plugin version is 1.x.x ), also the directshow interface needs swscale-4.dll and avutil-55.dll in you obs install directory.
Is it necessary to install 32bit version?
Yes, there are still many 3rd party programs use 32bit directshow interface for the reason of compatibility.
Why resolution and framerate are not same as OBS output Setting?
If you open OBS and Start Virtual Output before using your 3rd party software, the virtual webcam will set the obs setting as a default setting .Otherwise the default setting of virtual webcam will be 1920x1080 @ 30fps
Is it possible to output with portrait resolution (like 1080x1920) ?
It depends on your 3rd party software , it might reject recommended resolution.
If your software is compatible , you just need to set the obs output setting to the resolution you want.
How to prevent the drop frame issue?
Maybe your PC is too busy ,try to set more buffer.
Is there a virtual microphone ?
This plugin provide a directshow audio source which can't be recognized as microphone , only some programs like VLC can use it.
Does this plugin support other platforms?
There's a Video4Linux version . But it only contains the sink part , you have to use it with v4l2loopback.
And there's no plan on mac version.
Is the driver-layer virtual device ( for microphone) development still going?
No, there are two reasons why I decide to make it pending.
1. The development is mess and painful, an error could cause blue screen.
2. Even you finish the code , you still need a paid certificate called EV code signing to distribute your driver.
Known issues
- Skype UWP edition don't accept directshow interface , please use Skype desktop edition.
- Unity Application can't get image from virtualcam , please useregister batch(reg_path.reg) in release page to manually add dummy device path .(note: The registry conflict with skype desktop , you can use unreg_path.reg to remove it)
If you like my work on this plugin , you can donate via Paypal.me
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