[ANSWERED] Do you need 2 different cameras to get them to talk with Isadora?
I hope this is the rigt place to ask. If it is too much that there is a question in another group deleted please just delete it, but it will be nice to know because im doing a show very soon and need to invest if it turns out it doesnt work. I made the mistake testing individually at first...
Im facing a problem as I cannot get my second live camera, logic pro, to connect with isadora at the same time as when I use number one. Is this because I need to have 2 different cameras?
Im on a mac studio, small model.
All the best
I can read the 2 cameras, but I am unable to see both live at the same time...
Are the two cameras connected via the same USB hub by any chance? If so, try with them each connected to a separate direct input to the computer. Two webcams on the same hub won't work.
Two webcams on the same hub won't work.
I believe Woland meant to say two identical webcams on the same USB hub won't work.
This is a matter of the hardware having machining IDs, so it creates a conflict. Moving one to another USB hub causes each to have a unique address.
NOTE: not the next slot, but to another collection of slots. EG, you have 2 USB slots on the left of your laptop, and 3 on the right.. this is likely 2 hubs, so you will need one connected to each side