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These settings allow you to change the way the program works for you and your system, for the best possible VCam experience.

To access the VCam Settings, click the gear icon at the upper-right corner of the app. This should take you straight to the app settings.

Clicking the Gear icon at the upper-right corner of the app to access the app settings

Alternatively, you can click the drop down arrow next to your name then select Settings.

Accessing's app settings via the drop down arrow menu


General Tab in's App Settings

Show Virtual Cameras (experimental)
Allows you to show other virtual camera applications for use with

This feature is automatically enabled in for Mac

Launch on startup (VCam Windows only)
Auto-starts when you boot up your computer

Close to tray (VCam Windows only)
Enable this to minimize VCam to your taskbar tray when the Close button is pressed. Disabling this will close VCam entirely when you click the Close button.


Performance Tab in's App Settings

Hardware Acceleration

Enabled by default, this allows to automatically choose which graphics processor it will use, based on which is used the least at the moment. Disable this to allow the manual changing of the Primary and Secondary Processor.

Primary and Secondary Processor
Allows you to manually determine which processor will utilize first over the other.
Can only be changed when Hardware accleration

Runs's Calibration to ensure the settings are optimized based on your system.


Screenshots Tab in's App Settings

Local Files
Allows you quick access to's local files where the screenshots you made using are located in your computer

Offline Image

Offline Image Tab in's App Settings


Enable VCam image on camera initialization
Enabling this displays the logo whenever your camera initializes. Disable this feature to show a black screen instead.


Language Tab in's App Settings

Display Language
Choose from a variety of language settings for is available in English, Spanish, Danish, German, French, Portuguese, Japanes, Korean, Thai, Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese, and Russian

Updated on: 11/05/2023

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