Camo Studio is an application used for forwarding your video and audio to your desktop, whether that is a cross-communication between an Apple and a Windows device or a Windows-Android, iOS-Apple, or Android-macOS.
After installing Camo Studio on your Windows machine, the app will display detailed information about the connectivity options and how you can configure your mobile device's setup.
The Came application has to be installed on both your computer and smartphone. After doing so, for Android, you need to enable the 'Developer Mode' ('Settings' > 'System' > 'About phone' > tap 'Build Number' 7 times) and, after that, 'USB Debugging' ('Developer Options' > tick 'USB Debugging').
Alternatively, your device might prompt you with a notification screen that asks you (about the connectivity) whether or not you want to 'Always allow from this computer.' By clicking 'Yes,' you will make sure that the current configuration only needs to be done once.
After doing the above steps, an Android and a Windows PC should be able to communicate and transmit their data seamlessly. Equally, it is important to take into account that the phone-PC communication is done through cable (USB or USB-C) and not Wi-fi, due to security reasons and possible pairing complications, in addition to reduced data transmission speeds.
After your mobile is properly connected to the PC, you can see in the desktop preview window of your one-layout GUI the video. In the 'Camera Settings' tab, you can also see the current battery level of your smartphone, the focus point, and the frame rate of your phone camera.
Additionally, you can choose which lens you want to use (your back or front camera), the desired resolution, and the audio source.
In the 'Post processing' window, you can use Camp's watermark or a custom one; equally, you can choose to remove watermarks from your video. Plus, the app enables you to mirror the video or change its rotation or zoom depth.
With this tool, you can adjust the image brightness, contrast, saturation, sharpness, as well as change the white balance, the video's temperature, enable or disable the flash, and others.
In the 'Presets' area, you could choose any of the available, preconfigured stock presets, or you could create your custom ones from scratch.
To summarize, Camo Studio has a superb GUI and easy commands. Once you would have configured the phone-desktop communication, Camo Studio will always be ready to use, for new video/audio forwarding instances.
At the same time, the program allows you to pause/resume the video at any moment. As a final note, the video stream can be used on any of the well-known meeting solutions, such as Zoom, Google Meet, Skype, Teams, Google Chrome, Cisco Webex, etc.