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Author Topic: Turn Camera on Mac OS X  (Read 107 times)

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August 02, 2019, 03:41:33 am
How to Turn Camera on Mac OS X? Every MacBook, MacBook Air and MacBook Pro comes with a built-in camera for taking photos and video, including video streaming with your friends. To activate the camera, you need to select an app that uses the camera, like iSight, Photo Booth or FaceTime.
How to Turn Camera on Mac OS X?
To use your MacBook's camera, select any app that requires it, such as Photo Booth, FaceTime or Messages. On older MacBooks, you can also use iSight.
When you open Photo Booth, the camera comes on automatically. If you are using a video app like FaceTime, click the "Video" button to activate the camera. When the camera is on, a green indicator light appears beside the camera lens above your screen. You will also see the video feed from your camera in the app's window.
To turn off the camera, close the app or turn off the video on your video streaming app. The camera's indicator light turns off. The green indicator light turns off, showing that the camera is off and video has stopped.
Why Isn't My Camera Working on My Mac?
However, sometimes the camera doesn't work on the Mac. Why My Camera cannot work on My Mac?
There are many potential reasons why your Mac camera cannot work. Among them are mechanical and hardware problems, which are impossible to fix with software tweaks. If your camera is physically damaged, it needs to be replaced. However, if you are not sure whether it is a hardware problem, you can troubleshoot and repair Camera on Mac by following these methods.