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Sometimes this happens if your computer isn't able to use virtual backgrounds. You may have to update your graphic drivers. I couldn't use virtual backgrounds on my old laptop until I upgraded the amount of RAM. Unfortunately I can't see your photos to know if this is a similar issue.
Just updated the Zoom app in my Mac M1 and to my surprise, it auto-blurred my video back ground even if the VIRTUAL BACKROUND settings is currently defaulted at "NONE". I'm using my Sony camera as my webcam and its lens produces more pleasing/natural blurry background than the app. How to remove the auto-blurr effect? I tried downloading the old versions to my M1 but the auto-blur is still there and I can't remove it.