Use your smartphone camera as a webcam, via OBS Virtual Camera.
Display full-screen camera feed without any user interface on your iPhone
- Open https://phone-as-webcam.netlify.app/ on your phone.
- Click "Capture Back" for the back-facing camera
- Click "Full screen" to make the video feed full-screen. Optionally double tap on the video to completely fill the screen.
- Enable Airplane/silent mode on your phone to disable push notifications
- Connect your phone to your computer using a charging cable. For iPhones, this is a Lightning cable. For Androids, this is usually a USB-C or Micro-USB cable.
Mirror your phone screen as a virtual camera on Mac/Windows/Linux/Etc.
- Download, install, and open OBS Studio
- Set the right canvas resolution in OBS Studio settings by clicking "Settings" and then "Video". "2436x1125" works well for an iPhone 12 Pro.
- Add "Video Capture Device" as a new source in OBS studio by clicking + under sources. Use any name and select your phone as a device
- Start Virtual Camera by clicking "Start Virtual Camera"
- Your phone screen should be mirrored in Zoom, Google Meet, or others if you select "OBS Virtual Camera" as your camera.