Canon India Pvt. Ltd. is a subsidiary of Canon Singapore Pvt. Ltd. and has been a world leader in imagine technologies. It was set up in the year 1997 and offers a comprehensive array of around 200 sophisticated contemporary digital imaging products and solutions in India. Canon is reinforced by the best technology and is committed to deliver customer delight by providing an extensive product portfolio which includes Copier MFDs, Managed Document Services, Fax-Machines, Printers, Document and Cheque Scanners, All-in-ones, Digital Cameras, DSLRs, Mirrorless cameras, Cinematic Imaging Products, Camcorders and much more.
In today’s world, people rely more on video calls and live-streaming everyday. Mainly because of the Covid-19 pandemic in 2020, which has not ended yet, people have been using video calls to stay connected with their loved ones and attend office meetings from home. Now, Canon has developed the EOS Webcam Utility for bringing easy-to-use, plug-and-play and webcam-like functionality for Canon cameras. You can now let your compatible Canon camera double-up as a high-quality webcam.
But users have recently complained about some issues in the EOS Webcam Utility. The issue has been mainly reported by the Mac users and they said that the EOS Webcam Utility is not working on Mac. A user said that the cameras are great but it barely works in iMac and it works fine on MBP.
Another user said that he has been trying to use the Canon M50 within OBS through Webcam Utility but he is not able to do it on two separate MacBook Pros. He upgraded one from High Sierra to Catalina to check if that would make a difference but it was of no use. The user said that it worked flawlessly with the Zoom app but not on OBS. He said that later it didn’t show up on Zoom after the upgrade. The camera showed up once on OBS but he haven’t been able to do it again. If you are also facing a similar type of issue with EOS Webcam Utility on your Mac, then there are two things you can do for now to solve the issue by yourself –
Turn off the EOS Webcam Utility and turn it on again.
Delete the EOS Webcam Utility from your Mac and reinstall it.
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