10-28-2020 05:27 PM
on my laptop I installed the Webcam Utility 1.0 as well as EOS Utility 3.0 and OBS, ZOOM and Google Meet to be used with a Canon EOS M50 camera, plugged in with usb cable.
But in no software I get the Canon M50 to be selected. I only see a USB camera (of the laptop), OSB virtual camera and OSB camera (showing no pictures). After installing the Webcam Software I restarted the laptop, I reinstalled the driver, I used an different usb port, still the Canon camera is unavailable.
In the NVIDIA settings I choosed the same graphic card (NVIDIA instead of Integrated card) for all applications (OBS, ZOOM, EOS-Utility 3, Chrome. No improvement.
My laptop is a HP Pavillion with NVIDIA (GeForce GTX 1660 Ti with Max Q-Design). Using Windows 10 home.
What can I try to get the video from Camera to the laptop?
10-28-2020 08:23 PM
What directions are you following to install the driver and start it up? I assume you have the latest copy of the regular EOS Utility, which is used for downloading images, etc.
What driver did you re-install after you re-booted the computer? If you installed the Webcam Utility again, then you probably need to re-boot the computer all over again.
10-29-2020 03:28 AM - edited 10-29-2020 03:28 AM
I downloaded and installedall newest software and rebootet again and again.
Msybe there is a bug in the newesr OBS software?
"What directions are you following to install the driver and start it up?"
You didn't answer the question, which suggests that you're ignoring the small details.
Does the regular EOS Utility 3.xx work with the camera? Test it. It is a good test to see if the camera and cable are good.
10-29-2020 07:55 AM
I installed EOS Utility 3.xx (Installer EOS_euw3.13.10-installer.exe), this worked with the camera well (remote usage, filetransfer to laptop).
But in order to get the camera as input for ZOOM or OBS I also installed EOS_WebcamUtility-WIN10_DRIVER.zip
This doesn't work.
10-29-2020 12:56 PM - edited 10-29-2020 12:58 PM
I had to install the driver from a local folder.
First I installed it from installfiles extracted to a folder on a network drive. The installation was started and looked like a usual installation, but the driver wasn't installed indeed..!