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On the Apple Mac, you need a camera every now and then, for FaceTime calls with family, for online team meetings, for streaming, tutorials, interviews and more. Whom the built-in camera in MacBook, iMac, studio display and Co. is not sufficient or if you want to be able to switch between several cameras, you can use the Detail Use Mac app. Detail helps access the cameras of connected iPhones and iPads, as well as connected webcams and other devices. A studio setup can be tinkered with and you can switch back and forth between the individual perspectives – ideal for creative projects, twitch streaming and the like. The app is part of the 230+ full versions in Setapp.
With the Detail App you can access various cams connected to the Mac, the iPhone and the iPad under macOS in order to use different image signals at the same time. You can show yourself from different perspectives or point a camera at your work area for tutorials or handicraft and painting instructions. This can also be practical for online courses or digital lessons for home schooling. In addition to simply tapping the video signals of connected devices, the Detail app for macOS also has other smart functions.
Here is an overview of the detailed features on the Mac:
As mentioned above, you can now get the Detail App with the functions listed above as part of the Setapp-Subscriptions. This includes over 230 other full Mac apps. These are ad-free and get all regular updates from their developers. The subscription for only 9,99 euros per month brings helpful apps from a wide variety of areas, from creativity to productivity to macOS tools. You can see the entire range on the Website of the company look at. We here at Sir Apfelot are fans of what's on offer and highly recommend it. It's also growing, as you can see.
After graduating from high school, Johannes completed an apprenticeship as a business assistant specializing in foreign languages. But then he decided to research and write, which resulted in his independence. For several years he has been working for Sir Apfelot, among others. His articles include product introductions, news, manuals, video games, consoles, and more. He follows Apple keynotes live via stream.