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Restore VCam access for MacOS Sonoma 14.1

Apple recently released macOS Sonoma 14.1, which may affect the compatibility of certain video devices and software, including XSplit VCam.

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If you find that you are unable to select XSplit VCam as your camera after updating to macOS Sonoma 14.1, follow these steps:

Restart your Mac into Recovery Mode. You can follow the steps for your specific Mac type:
macOS Recovery on a Mac with Apple silicon
macOS Recovery on an Intel-based Mac

Click the Options button and then click Continue.
From the Utilities menu, choose Terminal.
Enter the following command: system-override legacy-camera-plugins-without-sw-camera-indication=on , then press Return.
(Depending on your system configuration, you might be prompted to complete additional steps.)

Quit Terminal.
From the Apple menu, choose Restart.

Learn more about executing commands on Terminal

To revert to the default settings, follow the same steps again and enter this command: system-override legacy-camera-plugins-without-sw-camera-indication=off

If you have any questions regarding the process or require further assistance, please don't hesitate to reach out to our live-chat support.

Updated on: 22/02/2024

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