How to use Snap Camera masks in Chat Roulette, Zoom, Discord, OBS Studio, XSplit Broadcaster and Streamlabs OBS

 

How to use Snap Camera masks in Chat Roulette, Zoom, Discord, OBS Studio, XSplit Broadcaster and Streamlabs OBS

There are many different computer programs available to enhance the user experience. Some of them help change the original image captured by the camcorder. For this, there is the Snap Camera application, which allows you to activate various masks that change the user's face. In this tutorial, we'll take a closer look at how to use Snap Camera masks in Chat Roulette, Zoom, Discord, OBS Studio and other streaming software.


How to select and activate a mask in Snap Camera

How to select and activate a mask in Snap Camera

How to select and activate a mask in Snap Camera

How to select and activate a mask in Snap Camera

How to select and activate a mask in Snap Camera

How to select and activate a mask in Snap Camera

How to select and activate a mask in Snap Camera

How to select and activate a mask in Snap Camera

For the program to work properly on a computer, several steps are required:

  1. Download Snap Camera from the developer's official website.
  2. Run the downloaded file of the current version of Snap Camera and install the program. To do this, in the window that opens, click "Next". In the next section, check the box to create a shortcut on the desktop and click "Next". In the last window, use the "Install" button and watch the installation.
  3. After copying the program files to the root folder of the system, launch Snap Camera.
  4. Click on the gear in the upper right corner to go to the settings.
  5. In the window that appears, in the "Choose your camera" item, select the active video capture device.
  6. In the “Choose camera resolution” item, select the highest possible resolution for the best video quality.
  7. The point below is to select the operating microphone of the headset.
  8. Press the "Back" button and return to the previous section with masks. If all actions are performed correctly, the user will see the active video from the camera in the Snap Camera.

Now the user can use any available mask. To activate it, just click on the image you like under the active video window. Some of them can be customized by color scheme. To save all changes to the image, click on the mask icon on the right with the name of the creator and use an asterisk. Now the mask has been saved and moved to the "Favorites" section. To access this section, you must click on the gold star in the upper left corner of the program start screen.


How to enable Snap Camera in Chatroulette

How to enable Snap Camera in Chatroulette

How to enable Snap Camera in Chatroulette

To activate the program in Chatroulette, you need to follow a few simple steps:

  1. Launch Snap Camera on your computer.
  2. Open your browser and go to the site.
  3. Select the desired channel Random Chat or Unmoderated.
  4. Go to the settings using the gear.
  5. Click on the Camera section and select Snap Camera in the window that opens.
  6. Go to Snap Camera and select the mask you like.

How to launch Snap Camera on Discord

It takes a few steps to properly enable the app on Discord:

  1. Launch Snap Camera on your computer.
  2. Open up Discord.
  3. Go to the program settings using the gear located in the lower left corner next to the username.
  4. Click "Voice and Video" and scroll down the page to the "Video Settings" section.
  5. In the "Camera" item, select Snap Camera.
  6. Switch to Snap Camera and select the mask you like.
  7. After activating the mask, go back to the Discord settings and in the above section "Video settings" click on the "Check video" button to view the image.

How to activate Snap Camera in Zoom

To launch an application in Zoom, you just need to do a few simple steps:

  1. Launch Snap Camera on your computer.
  2. Open Zoom.
  3. Click on the gear located in the upper right corner of the window to go to the program settings.
  4. We select the section "Video".
  5. In the "Camera" item, select Snap Camera and close the settings.
  6. Switch to Snap Camera and select the mask you like.

How to use Snap Camera in OBS Studio

Enabling Snap Camera for OBS Studio is pretty straightforward. To do this, you will need to follow several steps:

  1. Launch Snap Camera on your computer.
  2. Open up OBS Studio.
  3. Add Snap Camera as source. To do this, click on the "+" button in the lower left corner of the window in the "Sources" section.
  4. In the list that appears, select "Video capture device".
  5. We put a marker on "Create new" and enter any name.
  6. In the window that opens, in the "Device" item, select Snap Camera and click "OK" to save the source.
  7. Set the desired size for the video capture window and move it to the desired location.
  8. Switch to Snap Camera and select the mask you like.

How to launch Snap Camera in XSplit Broadcaster

The list below shows all the steps you need to take to enable Snap Camera in XSplit Broadcaster:

  1. Launch Snap Camera on your computer.
  2. Open XSplit Broadcaster.
  3. Add Snap Camera as video capture source. To do this, click the "Add source" button in the lower left corner of the window.
  4. Hover the mouse over the section "Devices (webcam, capture cards ...), then go to" Video ". In the window that opens, select Snap Camera.
  5. Set the desired size for the video capture window and move it to the desired location.
  6. Switch to Snap Camera and select the mask you like.

How to activate Snap Camera in Streamlabs OBS

For the Snap Camera to work properly in Streamlabs OBS, follow a few simple steps:

  1. Launch Snap Camera on your computer.
  2. Open Streamlabs OBS.
  3. We activate Snap Camera as the main source of video capture. To do this, click on the "+" in the upper right corner of the "Source" panel.
  4. Select "Video Capture Device" and click the "Add Source" button.
  5. In the window that opens, name the source and use the "Add New Source" button.
  6. In the next window, in the "Device" item, select Snap Camera and press the "Done" button.

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