Support for Linux Ubuntu/Debian etc. with Vcam
I will buy it for my Mint 19 system. Software is cool, but I do not have windows.
Very needed feature, because there are no other solutions for Linux to auto replace background in webcam stream. ManyCam, ChromaCam and other apps are missed Linux versions too.
Maybe there is a way to do this where you can open source the driver code for Linux to minimize costs. Also, it is possible to get windows dll’s to work for Linux apps. That is how many Linux DVD players work. They use the codex from windows in order to handle regions:/DRM.
Would be nice to get it for Linux.
More than willing to pay the license for this on Linux. There is a clear need for a simple premade solution to do this for casual Linux users. Especially with video conferencing. It could interface with the kernel module for virtual camera sources (v4l2).
Would be very happy to pay for a Linux version!
Same here, with current circumstances, moving to 100% teleworking, so I have a definite use and need for this product, however I am not willing to install Windows to use it.
Hear, hear ... support for Linux please!
No Linux No XSplit
One more willing to pay for a Linux version
where is the linux version ?!!
I would also pay for a Linux version (rpm -- Mageia Linux). A great product for the Linux platform where there are none that look so appealing.
Would totally buy a Linux version. I use both macOS and Arco Linux and I miss VCam D:
Just found out about XSplit from today's Linus Tech Tips video sponsorship. I would absolutely pay money for a Linux version.
Linux Mint User too, very interested by Linux version !
Linux version please.
I would pay for a Linux version!
Hey, plz do it for linux - so much cool graphics software for it these days.
Uso no Windows e gostaria de uma versão mesmo que paga para usar no Linux Mint.
While this software is marketed for streamers/gamers, it's clear that is useful for work related stuff, specially with the pandemic. Linux is an important platform in this regard and should not be ignored. If a Linux version is not developed, maybe a workaround with Proton (Valve) or something like that.
After having a multitude of problems using Widows, I switched over to Ubuntu; only to find out VCam is not available on Linux. Hopefully it'll be soon!
teleworkers everywhere will bless you - i hate being forced into a windows environment so that i can attend meetings without displaying my home to the universe. Introverts will pay money for this
Linux please! Ubuntu or related, such as Linux Mint.
suportt ubuntu please
Please a linux version!
+1Using a python scrript to kind do this, but it's slow and would pay for a comercial solution
Been using vcam for a good while now, but I always have to start up a separate virtual machine just for this software, while all my other work related software already works with Linux.Release one Linux version, let the community figure out the rest ;)
Please make a linux Version!
I don't know how much the license is, but since I don't use windows, this seems like something I would be willing to pay for. Given that Android is also Linux, you could expand it even further just by getting it started. Just saying
Would buy it now, immediatelly...
I'm onboard with the folks above. I'd pay for a Linux subscription. I have to use Windows at work, but prefer Linux at home and Play on Linux/Wine suck for the most part. I don't have the room for an actual green screen and I've started doing a little more video stuff. I'd love to be able to use Xsplit to cover this void. sh0t is right. Release even a beta version for Linux and let the community do the rest.
linux version ... when ????
Plz build a Linux Version. xplit vcam in virtualbox 6.1.16 does not work!!!!!!
I can image that this is not in xSplit's best interests. This increases a number of costs -- dev, qc, and not to mention support. Yes, it is cool, but think who their primary market is -- not linux. I would rather have other features than this one. Just saying.
sounds great, I'd buy
the only program i want to keep as I leave windows. please consider making a Linux version.
Would be great having a Linux version, currently it even does not work on a Windows 10 VM in Vmware (both on a ESXI and Workstation host), which makes my licence unfortunatly useless
Please build a linux version based on arch :)
Would be definitely an benefit for Linux users. Droidcam crashes on so many devices.If you need a beta tester feel free to contact me.Or for documenting. Or for some simple C++ coding.
I would also like to buy xsplit for linux if it was available.
I just recently switched to Ubuntu from Windows. Please offer support for Linux to keep using your program.
I very much would pay for a Linux OBS plugin for VCam, or even just strip it down to virtual backgrounds. Even better if you allowed me to take the license cross-platform (but only for my personal use).
Linux Manjaro would be perfect!
I'd very much like to pay for a license for Ubuntu/Debian Linux.
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