XSplit is a broadcasting program. When enabled with Skype, I am supposed to be able to use it as a virtual camera so my Skype friends can see and hear my screen.
I am aware of Skype's screen share feature, but that doesn't share sound.
When I set XSplit as the virtual camera source (stage set at 1280x720), Skype does not scale it. In fact, it crops the screen and only shows a small portion of the upper left region. Skype's webcam settings do not respond when XSplit is the camera, so it's not as though I can refocus, resize, or scale manually either.
Just using my webcam, Skype works fine. The webcam settings button works as it should and I can see the entire field that my webcam captures.
I am relatively new to both XSplit and Skype, but XSplit devs have said this feature worked before the latest version of Skype. Is this a simple case of me not seeing an option I need to change, or is this just a bug I'll have to wait on a solution for?
In the past I have 2 laptops and 2 PCs. I had installed Skype into these computers.
And no need to install XSplit, and no need to pay any license.
If this new procedure takes cost, I will uninstall Skype.
And move to other service.