XSplit VCam: update with important improvements and fixes

XSplit VCam: aggiornamento con importanti miglioramenti e fix

The new update of XSplit VCam brings with it important improvements and fixes some bugs that characterized the software

It’s been a few years now since our review of one of the best webcam software. Although the development team had done a good job right from the start, over the years they have been able to improve it more and more over the years thanks to various updates. The version 2.1.2102.1003 which brought further improvements to XSplit VCam and fixed some bugs that plagued the software. Let’s see in more detail what improvements have been made.

Here are all the news of the latest update of XSplit VCam

The new update weighs around 155MB and therefore appears to be quite full-bodied, at least as regards such software. This is due to the fact that many main aspects of the same have been implemented, making it even more fluid and performing than usual.

XSplit VCam: update with important improvements and fixes

Improvements

  • Camera pause function – This function will allow you to pause the camera to allow you to take a short break
  • Hue and saturation – Background and watermark adjustments
  • Automatic exposure charging the camera is no longer forced

Bug fixati

  • Nvidia GeForce RTX 3070 is not set as primary hardware acceleration by calibration. Acceleration resets automatically after selecting RTX 3070
  • Setup cannot be accessed if a webcam source is not available
  • The computer with multiple network adapters and special characters in the computer name may not show the mobile camera feed

Important information about updating XSplit VCam

Although the update solves some problems, after the latter your room it may not be detected by streaming software such as XBC, OBS and Streamlabs. To remedy this inconvenience, all you have to do is select the source again or add the VCam source again. What do you think of these new improvements? Let us know yours in the comments. In order not to miss further news relating to the software universe, continue to follow the pages of techgameworld.com!