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The easiest way to solve this problem is turning your camera onto an RTSP camera. This protocol is for streaming the media (in this case USB camera image) over the internet to connected clients. The general form of the RTSP connection is: rtsp://192.168.100.100:554 where 192.168.100.100 is the IP address of the camera and the 554 is the RTSP listening ...
With ozeki's camera sdk you can record the picture of any webcam or ip camera. After it will record the video, the video file can be uploaded to any ftp server, web server or can be sent via e-mail. It can also indicate if a motion is detected, so it can send you an e-mail in this case, or even call you (with audio or video). I try to show it in a few ...
Get a small camera stand - such as this example, assuming your cam has the appropriate screw-thread. However, you'll have to set the cam right in front of their face on screen to achieve what you ask - might be somewhat distracting.
Can any other app see it? Try QuickTime Player, new video recording Cmd/opt/n Or try Apple menu > About this Mac > System report > Camera & see if it's recognised
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