CameraPro.io - Add Remote Video Feeds Into OBS

Free CameraPro.io - Add Remote Video Feeds Into OBS

Create In New Ways
We want to bridge the gap between remote and in person content creation.

Try It Out

CameraPro.io can be used to send video feeds directly into OBS Studio as a browser source. You can send one video feed with "Send Video" or create a room to pull in multiple video feeds for podcast, esports, etc.



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Start a camera broadcast with CameraPro

and Access Your Camera From Anywhere.

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CameraPro In OBS Studio

Group Productions

Create a room and easily invite guests. Perfect for any production that require multiple people as talent. Isolate each video and audio feed in your broadcaster.​

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Room Feature

How to get setup.

Go to https://camerapro.io/
Select either "Send Video" or "Create a Room"

For sending one video feed

  • When you click on send video this will automatically start a stream and generate a link in the top right hand corner of the window.
  • Click the link icon to copy this stream link.
  • Send this link to the system you are running OBS Studio on (Send it through email, discord, etc).
  • Add a new "Browser Source" in "Sources"
  • Give it a name if you would like.
  • Once you are in the browser source settings, add the CameraPro.io link.
  • Make sure to set your resolution to match your canvas resolution.
  • Check on "Control Audio Via OBS" to control the audio level of the video feed.
  • Click "Ok" and then you should see your CameraPro.io video feed in OBS Studio.
For sending video with rooms
  • Click on create room.
  • Give the room a name and name yourself if you would like
  • When you join the room there will be a room link in the top right hand side of the window. Click the link icon to copy and then send this to guests you would like to join.
  • When guests join they can enter in a display name and then join the room.
  • As guests join everyone will be displayed in a grid with two icons in their video feeds. The hand icon lets you drag and drop the video feed into OBS Studio or click the link icon to copy the stream link.
  • Click the link icon to copy this stream link.
  • Send this link to the system you are running OBS Studio on (Send it through email, discord, etc).
  • Add a new "Browser Source" in "Sources"
  • Give it a name if you would like.
  • Once you are in the browser source settings, add the CameraPro.io link.
  • Make sure to set your resolution to match your canvas resolution.
  • Check on "Control Audio Via OBS" to control the audio level of the video feed.
  • Click "Ok" and then you should see your CameraPro.io video feed in OBS Studio.

If you need any more help please feel free to join our Discord.

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