Some Mac Apps have code signatures that may prevent you from using VCam as a virtual camera. However, it is possible to remove these code signatures to enable the use of virtual cameras for selected applications.

This workaround has been tested to work on Discord, Amazon Chime, and Zoho Meeting (Mac App versions only)

Disclaimer: The removal of code signatures for third-party clients is not intended to be a permanent fix. Once the client releases a non-delta update where code signatures are brought back, the issue may reappear. Please use at your own risk.

Enabling Virtual Camera Support

1. Select Go > Utilities

2. The Applications > Utilities window should appear. Double-click on Terminal.

Alternatively, you can type "Terminal" from Spotlight (by pressing Command + Space bar simultaneously)

3. In the Terminal window, type (or copy+paste) the codesign one at a time below, based on the application you intend to use:

  • Discord

sudo codesign -f -s - /Applications/\ Helper\ \(Renderer\).app/

or try this code if the one above does not work:

sudo codesign --remove-signature "/Applications/ Helper (Renderer).app"

  • Slack

Note: Using sudo codesign for Slack in Arm-based Macs does not work.

sudo codesign --remove-signature "/Applications/”
sudo codesign --remove-signature "/Applications/"
sudo codesign --remove-signature "/Applications/ Helper (Renderer).app"
sudo codesign --remove-signature "/Applications/ Helper (Plugin).app"
sudo codesign --remove-signature "/Applications/ Helper (GPU).app"
  • Amazon Chime

sudo codesign --remove-signature "/Applications/Amazon"

  • Zoho Meeting

sudo codesign --remove-signature "/Applications/Zoho"
sudo codesign --remove-signature "/Applications/Zoho Meeting"

  • WhatsApp

sudo codesign --remove-signature "/Applications/"

4. Input the System Password.

5. Restart the application and select XSplit VCam as your camera.

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