01-30-2023 03:03 AM - edited 01-30-2023 03:04 AM
Im somewhat a noob and Im trying to use my 200d as webcam via USB. It runs flawless in Utility 3 but I get the error image "not connected with USB" despite Utility 3 recognizing it. Im using the latest Mac OS. Unfortunately I couldn't find any other helpful information so I hope somebody can give me a hint towards what the cause could be.
Id highly appreciate it.
01-30-2023 12:41 PM
You must shut down the EOS Utility and the EOS Utility Launcher Service. Switch camera to movie mode.
01-30-2023 01:07 PM - edited 01-30-2023 01:20 PM
Thanks. EOS utility is closed and in the activity monitor I closed the only launchservice I could find. Movie mode I assume you mean video camera icon? Where would I find the utility launcher service? I didn't work so far...
Edit: So I disabled the autolaunch within the startup items, closed the Utility software, camera is in movie mode but still the same error both in Zoom and Browser
01-30-2023 02:38 PM
What instructions are you following? Leave the Startup menu alone.
Do you see the Canon icon in System Tray? That should be Launcher Service. Right click on the icon and select EXIT.
01-30-2023 03:01 PM
Its closed already but still doesnt work
01-30-2023 05:16 PM
I forgot to ask. What version of the MacOS are you running? I do not believe the WebCam Utility has been ported to the latest MacOS.
Which CPU are you running?
01-31-2023 03:28 AM
I believe the latest MacOS. With the Utility 3 it works flawless.
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