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MacOS won't show other camera options on Discord

  • 1. Allow Discord to access the camera The first thing you need to do is to allow Discord to access your camera. For this, you can follow the steps given below. Open Settings by Win + I. Go to Privacy > Camera. You can find Discord there and check if it is allowed to access your camera.

    2. If you have more than one camera or have an app that acts as a camera, try checking your Discord settings and see if the one you selected is correct. So, follow the given steps to do the same. Open Discord. Access User Settings by clicking its icon at the bottom of the screen. Now navigate to Voice and Video from the Settings section of the app. Under Video Settings change your camera and click Test Video to see if the camera is working properly.

    3. Reinstall your camera driver Sometimes a corrupted camera driver can be the cause of the problem. So reinstall the camera driver and see if the issue still occurs. Follow the given steps to do the same. Launch Device Manager by Win + X > Device Manager. Expand Imaging Device, right click on your camera and select Uninstall.

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  • If your webcam is not being detected by Discord for video chat, there's a few things you can try to fix your detection issues: Make sure your webcam drivers (if any) are updated. Turn off Hardware Acceleration in Discord settings. website Try Discord PTB

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