System Device Propreties not the same between Mac and Windows
Ive recently changed from Mac to Windows and i had 1 Enormous problem that i would like to fix Very Fast.
Im using an HDMI to USB video capture.
And it works fine but when i connect it to my Windows it give me a different System Device Propreties then Mac.
And the problem with the windows one is the pixels are low quality just like a webcam and the worst of all it change the colors and that would normally not be a problem but im always chroma keying. The color green is spilled on the person and its harder (nearly impossible) to remove the green without doing some damage to the person.
Here are the specs
Wirecast Windows: 10.1.0
Macbook pro late 2013
proccesor: 2,4 GHZ intel core I5
Memory 8 Go 1600 MHZ DDR3
USB port version 3.0
Cpu:Intel i7= 9700K 3.60 GHZ(8 Cpu's)
Gpu:Nvidea rtx 2060 ti
Ram 32 GB
Im using an sony camera(HVR hd 1000c)
I thank you for reading this far and i hope you guys could help me.
(mainly you the Cat moderator)
I have the exact same device.
2013 15" MBP
Windows 10 Bootcamp
Frame Rate 30
Color Space Default.
You have control over these settings plus, on Windows, you also have Custom Properties control.
That device uses the OS native drivers and Wirecast gives you access to that on both Mac and Windows. Features differ by OS.
Hey dude thanks for answering
Im happy to see that but thats not the problem i mainly meant
On the windows part i dont see the mjpeg and the quality is terribly bad bad i see the screenshot above me is windows but i dont have the same interface and i would like to have the same interface like you its really urgent for me does i need to change anything because i dont mind doing it
I really thank you for helping and im happy that you'r trying to help me
On the windows part i dont see the mjpeg
I'm on Wirecast 14.0. You may need to upgrade as we've made significant improvements with input device detection. You may need to install the free trial of 14, reboot the computer and test. You may need to uninstall 10 first.