VCAM hangs on me about a half-dozen times per day. It will be working fine, and then the video freezes. The typical application is Google Meets through Firefox. Kill off the (multiple) vcam processes in the task manager, turn off video, turn on video, and everything works for a little while. Sometimes it lasts ten minutes, sometimes it will fix it for a few hours. When I have to create a batch script to kill off the process because I need it so often, you’ve got a serious problem.
When I first bought vcam a few months back, this never happened, so there were some regressions introduced a few months ago which is breaking things in a bad way. I thought it was my webcam (which was a Logitech C920), just bought a Logitech Brio, and it’s hanging with this camera as well.
Uninstalled, reinstalled. No change. I’ve tried deleting the cefcache folder as mentioned in another thread.
Is xsplit aware of this issue? And what steps are being taken to fix it? What’s the ETA on the fix?
EDIT: More information.
i7-4790k. 32gb ram. Fast M.2 drive. Integrated graphics HD4600. Windows Pro 10.0.19041. VCAM 2.0.2011.1701, FE 2.0.2011.1608, Driver 1.0.2009.1502.