In my quest for better video conference quality, I discovered a way to use my iPhone 11 Pro as a webcam. The quality is way better than my existing Logitech. Still some tweaking to do, but very promising.
It supports both! There are a bunch of apps that make this possible, but I’ve been using EpocCam HD. kinoni.com If you want it to work with Zoom, you have to do some CLI tinkering: codesign --remove-signature /Applications/zoom.us.app/
@fgtech the app I am using (so far) is EpocCam HD. It seems to work nicely, especially when the iPhone is plugged in via a lightning cable. It also works over Wi-Fi, but with lower frame rates and more latency. If you want to use it with Zoom, you’ll need to install XCode and “unsign” the application using this command: codesign --remove-signature /Applications/zoom.us.app/
How's latency? I tried to duct tape this together with some RTSP streamer android app and v4l2loopback (FUSE for v4l2!) and couldn't get below ~100ms of latency, which ended up being too annoying, so I gave up and learned to love the lame 720p cam in my X1 carbon.