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  • Yes, you would just connect your DSLR camera to your computer as a webcam. Canon has a tool for this actually: you made need to lookup a tutorial on how to set this part up.

    After that, you just set your snap camera input as that DSLR's webcam feed.

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  • Hey Brandon, thanks for the reply,


    Actually, yes, but no! heh. I use this Canon to be able to capture me in the best quality possible, several apps/software doesn't recognize the Canon using the EOS Utility tools... So when I start the snap camera, my camera isn't listed there...

    if you have any other idea I'm up to try :)

    Thanks again for your help!

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  • Does OBS recognize the EOS tool? if so you could use the virtual camera addon/feature in OBS with a feed of the canon and then run the obs virtual cam into snap camera

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