Maximum XSplit VCam Resolution?

Hi, I have a Logitech BRIO webcam, resolution 4k 30 fps, 1920х1080 60 fps, 1270х720 90 fps. But your XSplit VCam program only puts 1280x720 at 30 fps. I tested it in XSplit Broadcaster, OBS Studio, Streamlabs OBS, PlayClaw 6. I installed XSplit VCam 2.0.2008.2201 and 2.0.2008.2502. What could be the problem? I need a resolution of 1920x1080 60 fps, otherwise it makes no sense to buy your program as the resolution of 1280x720 30 fps is very low quality for my webcam. My daughter a streamer wants to look good at a resolution of 1920x1080 60 fps :slight_smile:

I’ve noticed and asked about this exact issue in the latest PTR thread, but I have received no answer. Like you, I would like to use my webcam’s 1920x1080 30fps capabilities, but am limited to the 1280x720 of VCam.

30 fps is very bad quality, this is how old webcams worked. Modern webcams work at 60 fps, which is normal quality. If XSplit VCam does not support a resolution of 1920x1080 60 fps, then I have to buy an ordinary green screen, which is used by top streamers at a resolution of 1920x1080 60 fps.

Hi there! We understand the need for users to utilize the full resolution/framerate potential of their webcams.

Due to the resource requirements imposed by VCam’s algorithm, we currently only support 720/30fps. But worry not, our devs are looking for a way to allow users to enable 1080p if needed. :slight_smile:

OK, thanks for answer. I will wait for your developers to create one support for a resolution of 1920x1080 60 fps.

Thank you for understanding! We’ll post an update when it becomes available. Cheers!

You are about to be dropped for Nvidia Broadcast…it supports 1080p resolution and the audio noise reduction is awesome. The only thing that XSplit VCam has that Broadcast does not is the removal of the gaming chair which is not perfect but ok. Going to suggest that to Nvidia now but you really need to get 1080p 60fps supported or else the XSplit VCam future is looking really bleak except for those that have a non-Nvidia graphics card.