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I am new to the Community. Thanks in advance for any help.
I have been using a Blackmagic Ultrastudio Mini Recorder to connect a Nikon D750 successfully with Zoom on a 2019 Intel MacBook Pro for over a year. Current software is Monterey 12.1. All was fine. However, after updating to Zoom 5.9 and 5.9.1 I no longer have connectivity. Blackmagic Ultrastudio Mini Recorder still shows in the available cameras, but no longer has available video. Only show a black screen.
Has anyone had a similar issue and found a fix?
I was using v5.8.6 as a workaround just fine until I had to use the Zoom Events platform. It will force you to upgrade before you can join the lobby for any event. My last 2 gigs used Zoom events so I was forced to find another way to solve this. I tried using terminal to resign Zoom app and that didn’t work either. I ended up using another brand video capture box. The Aja U-tap works just fine so I’ll be using that until this is fixed.
I'm getting the same messy greenish screen. My workaround is to use ManyCam for my BMD camera because it works fine that way. Good thing, because ManyCam didn't use to support BMD, but now it does. I worked with a zoom tech for awhile to try to fix the problem, but alas it is still not fixed. I've also pointed them to this message board in case others would like to help their techs troubleshoot the problem.
I found a workaround that works for me on MacOS:
OBS to Zoom via NDI for MacOS
Install OBS: obs-mac-27.1.3.dmg
Instead of watching the video below, you can just read my shorter instructions after the video link.
Video guide found here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yuwJ84f6E4I
My shorter instructions:
Download two installers found here (direct links to both below for the versions available on 2/1/2022): https://github.com/Palakis/obs-ndi/releases
Install this runtime: https://ndi.palakis.fr/runtime/ndi-runtime-4.5.1-macOS.pkg
Then install this plugin: obs-ndi-4.9.0-macOS.pkg
Download NDI Tools for Mac (found at bottom of this page): https://ndi.tv/tools/
(NDI/HX Driver for Mac is included now in the above installer and not separate as stated in the video guide.)
Under Sources below click the + and add your input device
Tools > NDI Output Settings > Check mark Main Output > Main Output name: OBS > Click OK
Start NDI Virtual Input
NDI (on top tool bar at right) > YourMac.LAN (OBS)
Start NDI Video Monitor (You only need to do this to set up and check if all is working. Don’t need to open it in the future.)
NDI (at top LEFT by NDI Video Monitor menu) > YourMac.LAN > NDI Virtual Input
Check that video and audio are coming through as you want.
Install Zoom: https://zoom.us/download
zoom.us > Preferences > Video > NDI Video
zoom.us > Preferences > Audio > NDI Audio
Hopefully all is working well.
Now that we are set up. Close NDI Video Monitor, NDI Virtual Input, OBS and Zoom.
To start up a new meeting:
Open OBS and make sure your device is the source
Open NDI Virtual Input and at the top RIGHT of the tool bar: NDI > Select YourMac.LAN (OBS)
Open Zoom and make sure the video and audio preferences are for NDI and are working.
Join a meeting and enjoy.
Thanks. I tried OBS and it didn't work for me, but ManyCam is super easy and is working great. No instructions needed for ManyCam. You download it, click the + in the source frame, then webcam and the camera shows up. Easy peasy! Then in zoom just choose ManyCam broadcasting the BMD camera. It was also easy to adjust the resolution to get a sharper picture. <https://manycam.com/> ManyCam has a free version, but you can also buy an inexpensive lifetime subscription to remove their logo from the video. Best to everyone!
Still reporting the same issue. Something I have found is that some signals work. For instance my Sony camera and my MacBook Pro output produce this green garbled image, but the output from my Raspberry Pi works just fine.
Additionally OBS, BM Media Express, etc show the picture fine where Zoom does not. At this point I've downloaded an older copy of Zoom where it works to get by for now.
In this thread seeing ManyCam as a suggestion makes me want to check that out. I've also used the OBS Virtual Cam successfully, but I don't always want to be using OBS when I want to use this camera with Zoom.