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What cameras and video capture devices does Debut for Mac support?
USB Video Class (UVC) Cameras
Any USB Video Class (UVC) camera should work in Debut. Mac OS X has had native support for UVC devices since version 10.4.3. If a camera works in PhotoBooth, iChat or FaceTime out of the box, then it is most likely UVC compliant. Most new USB cameras are UVC devices.
Debut is able to support some non-UVC cameras using an open-source driver named macam. A list of cameras supported by macam is available at http://webcam-osx.sourceforge.net/cameras/index.php.
To use a non-UVC camera in Debut:
Video Capture Devices
Some USB video capture devices, such as the SIIG USB Video/Audio Capture Device (http://www.altoedge.com/video/siig-video-capture2.html), can be used in Debut. Third-party software is usually needed to make them work. For example, VideoGlide (http://www.echofx.com/videoglide.html).
Please see Using the SIIG USB Video Capture Device for details.
Cameras with a FireWire interface, such as DV cameras or Apple's iSight, can work in Debut. If a Firewire connected camera works in Photobooth, iChat or FaceTime then it should work in Debut just like a regular built-in or USB camera.
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