A virtual webcam is a software application that allows users to use their computers’ resources during a video call instead of using a live webcam. In other words, users can place images, videos, and other sources as their primary output during a video call. The virtual camera can be used in programs like Skype, Zoom and websites like YouTube, Facebook, and more.
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