EpocCam Webcamera for Computer

EpocCam Webcamera for Computer [Photo & Video] App Description & Overview

EpocCam HD takes webcam video quality to next level. Upgrade from 640x480 resolution 1080p FullHD video capturing all the details. Choose suitable bitrate for your network and computer. With EpocCam HD you can also manually choose USB-connection for stable streaming. Ideal for broadcasting.

EpocCam HD supports green screen or chroma key effect on device with TrueDepth camera. It detects your face and removes object further from camera. You can choose to replace background with green, blue or magenta colour. Perfect for video broadcasting.

EpocCam HD now also supports pinch-to-zoom and telephoto-camera on devices with dual cameras. Perfect for zooming if subject is bit further away.

With over 5 million users EpocCam is the most popular webcam app. EpocCam transforms your iOS device into wireless High Definition PC webcam for Windows and macOS. Replace your USB-webcam and integrated webcams now with wireless high-definition webcam. It's also a perfect baby monitor and pet cam.

Setting up EpocCam is very simple, anyone can do it. Just download EpocCam drivers for free to your PC/Mac and you're ready to go! Connection is fully automatic, no need for manual setup.

• High quality realtime video streaming to computer - quality comparable to most expensive USB-webcams
• Audio support, use your phone as a wireless microphone
• New! Automatically remove background on devices with TrueDepth camera - perfect for streamers
• New! Pinch-to-zoom - lossless zoom feature
• Support both cameras - use device back camera for best quality and front-facing camera for easy self-portraits
• Connect wirelessly or using USB for best video quality
• EpocCam supports Newtek NDI streaming
• Use telephoto camera to zoom
• Fully replaces USB webcam or integrated webcam, works with all webcam-enabled applications
• Full Windows 10 support including Skype, StreamLabs OBS, XSplit Studio and more
• Supports macOS applications Skype, Ecamm Live and more
• Automatic connectivity
• HDR video capture for richer colours
• Over 20 feet wireless range (depending on signal strength)
• All data is secured with strong encryption to keep your videos private
• Use the flashlight in dark environment
• Tap to focus and autofocus modes
• Publish video to Syphon framework on macOS - use EpocCam as source to Isadora, Modul8, GrandVJ and other applications

- iOS device running iOS 10.3 or later
- Computer running Windows 7 or later or Mac running macOS 10.11 or later
- WiFi network (5 GHz WiFi recommended) or USB connection to computer

See http://www.kinoni.com/epoccam_support.html for setup guide.

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EpocCam Webcamera for Computer Customer Service, Editor Notes:

-Fixes USB connectivity issues -Fixes WiFi connectivity issues

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- Good

Using my iPhone to connect to Citrix Jabber or Microsoft Teams provides a much better picture than using the Microsoft webcam that I got from work. Setting up didn’t work as smooth as I expected it. The connection didn’t work first but then all of a sudden it worked. I found the review pop-up already at the beginning VERY annoying! So I gave it first a one-star rating because at that time the connection didn’t work. The colored backgrounds are not satisfying at all. The cam can only be used horizontally. I wish it worked vertically too, maybe showing a square picture with black bars on the sides. This would be helpful. But in general it is a good app once it is running and connected.

- App works with PC....Mac Users Beware!!!!

If you are not tech savvy, do not try this app. I gave the app 5 stars only because it works great with PC. IT DOES NOT WORK WITH MACS!!! I tried the free version on my work PC with the USB cable and it worked great. Used it with Zoom and Microsoft’s teams. So I bought the paid version to get the better quality. Once again, worked great on the PC. Got home and downloaded the OS driver to my MacBook, pull up zoom for a meeting, and nothing. Went to the website and found out that it currently doesn’t work with Mojave and they are currently working on a solution. It would be nice if they would put that in the description of the app. I’ve wasted $8 on this. I have parallels on my computer so I’m going to put zoom into Windows and download the windows drivers and see if it works. I’ll update after. Update: I downloaded everything to Windows on parallels and used it for a zoom meeting today. It worked fine for the most part. For some reason the app timed out on the phone a couple of times which was not good. But it did work. I have another zoom meeting tomorrow so I’m going to make some more adjustments to see if I can clean up the process a bit. Just to repeat myself, if you are not tech savvy, I don’t recommend this app. There are too many moving parts to the process.

- Using for twitch streaming

I started with the free version of this app. The free version works just as well as the paid version. I have not noticed any difference between the camera quality or the Wi-Fi quality between the two apps. However, my biggest complaint with the free version is that every so often a full screen ad will pop up on my phone that I have to click an X button to remove. This is frustrating to have to do on stream as my viewers see my finger clearly click the screen, even though the ad does not disrupt the video. With the paid version, there are no ads so it is not an issue. Additionally for anyone looking to use the front facing camera, you need to write a review for the app first. However, you can get around this by clicking write a review in the app and then simply hitting cancel on the review and it will still allow you to use the front facing camera. If you’re not worried about the ads inside the app, I would recommend the free version but if you are using this for any sort of streaming service I would get the paid one.

- I’ve been using this app for quite some time now

Kinoni has apparently have had it with my ducking and dodging the questions and have voluntold me to rate and review (I’m kidding, though, right?) — and fair enough, I’ve been using this thing way too much for way too long to not have some opinion on this product. Granted, the only time I’m asked is when my dedicated webcams fall short and Old Faithful EpocCam picks up the slack and then leaves the others comparatively static. I didn’t know if this app was the bee’s knees of “turn my phone into a webcam”apps, not just because I never could figure out how to use EpocCam as a proper internet webcam device, but also the lack of parameters or expecting much better resolution. But it’s the only app that has remained in any use from any cam/phone apps I had tested; only EpocCam is left. It’s grounded. And reliable. And when it’s acting abnormally, it’s a small pool of suspects with a small pool of solutions. **UPDATE** I found out that HD no longer compatible with EpocCam Viewer!

- Worked great...for a week

I was so happy to have the opportunity to use an old phone as a WebCam rather than purchase a new one and the free version of EpocCam seemed to work so well, I decided to purchase EpocCam HD to use the microphone. It was working great with no problems for about a week and then it quit working with no logical reason. One day I used it in the morning for a meeting with no problem, and for another meeting in the afternoon all I got was the spinning circle of connecting.. I have tried rebooting everything, re-downloading drivers, reinstalling the app, using a different device. With the other device I finally got the camera to work again, but it is not working with Zoom anymore and I get a “failed to start the video camera” message even though it’s “connected.” I think I have now spent more time troubleshooting it then I actually spent using it when it worked. Rather disappointing. By the way, to those complaining about not being able to use the front facing camera without a review, it’s not really required. I had been using the front facing camera since day one despite not having submitted a review of this app until now.

- Best purchase of an app over 99 cents

Usually after I’ve purchased an app that’s priced over $0.99, I’m sorely disappointed. But not this app. I have an iPhone 11 and a Mac, running Catalina OS. The setup was simple but there are something you should know. The instructions make it sound like all you have to do is download the app and a driver for your Mac or PC, but what they failed to mention is that you need to download the viewer for your Mac or PC as well. I googled and found their website, which is where I found the viewer. After downloading the needed app, viewer and driver, I connected to WiFi and it worked much better than I expected. No setup. Just turn on the cam app, startup Zoom or whatever webcam client you use; select EpocCam as your camera, and voila you’re in business. I’m able to use my iPhone wirelessly as my webcam, which I can place ianywhere that gives me the most flattering angle. I love it. I think you will too.

- The Most Disappointing App I’ve Ever Bought

This is the worst app I’ve ever spent money on and it cost $8!!! The app worked okay for about a week and then became useless. The app doesn’t start half the time, it’s incredibly laggy, and it often freezes in the middle of recordings/streams. I can’t even get it to work with a USB cable anymore which is supposed to be the most stable connection. You can not use this app for any professional purposes! You’d drop out of meetings and ruin recordings constantly. There are barely any customization settings in the app and little technical support. I have so many other complaints but enough energy to list them all. Do a Google search for EpocCam and you’ll find a ton of other complaints. I truly believe the company has found a way to fudge their review ratings because I see complaints similar to mine all over the Internet. The app literally doesn’t work, you can’t possibly give it more than a 1-star review. This is perhaps the worst purchase I’ve made this year.

- Glitchy

UPDATED ORIGINALLY TWO STAR I’m using an iPhone 6S plus and a MacBook Pro with EpocCam HD and Zoom. This thing is glitchy. Connecting to the Zoom/Mac is iffy (I’m in Zoom setup), and when I switch away from EpocCam, the connection is totally lost. I have to kill the app on the phone, restart the app, switch Zoom away from EpocCam. Then when I switch back to EpocCam I am reconnected. When I start a Zoom meeting, the connection is lost (I get the circling segments on both phone and Mac). I have to leave the meeting, kill the app on the phone, and re-enter the meeting to get video. UPDATED April 22 - THREE STAR Seems that most of the problems I listed above are caused by 2 things - spotty wifi at my house and the app’s poor USB support. When I cured most of the wifi problems, most of the problems were reduced or eliminated. Even though the app connection setting is “automatic” and that the iPhone has been 100% connected by USB, the latency and freezing and dropped video problems continue. It takes “forever” (5 to 10 seconds) for the camera to reconnect and I get a “connected by wifi” notification. So, USB support is nonexistent or glitchy, but it is mostly usable for Zoom when high quality video is less important. SECOND UPDATE. BACK TO 2 STARS With wifi turned off and only the USB connection and connection set to USB only, it never connects.

- I absolutely love this!

I’m so glad I discovered this app! All you need to do is install a simple driver on your computer and it adds a camera source that you can use with just about any program. So instead of streaming with the low quality webcam built into your computer, you get the full quality of your iPhone or iPad camera. I tried the free version first, then upgraded to turn off ads and turn on higher resolution. This enhanced version also lets you swap front and back cameras and tinker with the settings such as resolution, bit rate, etc.. Another great feature is you can connect your iOS device via USB, which means it won’t matter if you have a weak WIfi signal.

- Finally found an app to make iPhone a webcam!

I tried the free version and found that it synced right up to OBS on my MacBook. So I went ahead and purchased the paid version. It asked me to do a review to get access to the front camera which I thought was a little weird but whatev! Here I am. Giving a 5 star rating for 3 minutes worth of experience. lol! If it stays consistent with what I’ve experienced so far, it will be well worth the money bc I was literally wondering if I’m going to need to buy a new video camera to live stream church services from home during this coronavirus shutdown. But now I have a way to use my iPhone instead making that purchase, and the video quality will probably outperform a camcorder.

- Was amazing... When it worked.

I started using this about a month ago as my camera for things like Twitch, Roll20, Zoom, etc. It worked fantastic in the beginning, so much better quality than a typical webcam. Then the usb function stopped working a week later, so I had to use WiFi. But even then it was still good quality and no lag. Then a few weeks later it started to overheat the phone, which makes the camera feed have horrible latency, but it only did this like every other time I used it. It would work fine one day and then overheat the next... Now the past few days it just straight up refuses to connect to my pc at all, so now this app is completely useless. This is kind of pathetic and makes absolutely no sense, and I’m not sure how it can just stop working like that when nothing has changed in my setup from when I started using it. I regret paying for this app

- Best Zoom quarantine upgrade

My laptop web cam was pretty bad, and a friend recommended using my old iPhone 5s. Best suggestion ever! The phone was sitting unused in my sock drawer. Not only was I able to avoid the online shortage of web cams right now, but I was able to up-cycle something I already owned. I started with the free app and was blown away about how much better my old phone was. Try out the free app. If you like your old phone better, paying for the full version got me the full resolution that my phone could stream. For me it was totally worth it. I feel like my streaming has finally gone pro. Green screen, pro microphone, and now a real quality camera. What a great purchase.

- Works, but causes system crashes Win10

I’ve been using EpocCam for two months now as a webcam for Zoom meetings. Yay, Quarantine. It works but appears to be the source of browser and system crashes, even when not running camera. It’s Konini driver will always run in the background, and looking at my event logs has generated daily errors, mostly when I’m not using it. I work for a very large tech company and my IT department flagged this as a network bandwidth hog and potential security risk. I uninstalled drivers and no more crashes. Do be WARNED: this may not be a safe thing to run on your computer. Once set up it does work, although a bit cumbersome to start and position my phone for each meeting. As it uses display and network streaming it can drain battery quickly. I find it too easy to forget I’m using it and have my phone battery go dead.

- Just got it to work...

It took some doing, but I somehow managed to get the wired connection to work. I’m leaving a review so I can start using the front camera (not a fan of this tactic), but I do hope the developers get some handy feedback regardless. I was in need of a webcam that I could put anywhere (like over the shoulder on a tripod. Given of the shortage of webcams for purchase online at the time of this writing, I figured there’s got to be a simple way to use my phone for this... and this app does just that! Hoping I don’t run into more hiccups as I continue to use it — like I said at the start — it took some doing to get the app and my MacBook Pro to start communicating. Thank you to the developers for making this tool available, and I hope you continue to keep it updated.

- EpocCam

The instructions did not make it clear that you needed to also install EpocCam Viewer... I haven’t been able to get it to work with the testing website they recommend. Haven’t tried a Skype or Zoom call yet. Based on EpocCam Viewer, the quality seems fine. But I’m having to write this review to use the front cam on the PAID VERSION of the app. Update: You do not need EpocCam Viewer. In fact, it messed things up for me. If I remember right, I just had to restart everything to get it to work. Now it works perfectly, and I use it daily with zoom. Still annoying to have to write a review to unlock features for a paid app, but it works well.

- Worked only reliably on 5GHz WiFi

After purchase, the software worked as intended the first time after launch of the application and connection to a Windows 10 PC. However when the app was closed even for a short time, it often was unable to re-connect. Based on recommendations for a video streaming protocol NDI, I configured the WiFi to use only the 5GHz band. Since this reconfiguration, the app works as intended. In my rating, the app losses one star for the required configuration of the WiFi and one star for the incomplete implementation of "manual focus". The manual focus is listed as pro feature but its nowhere documented what it does and it is not manual. This app does not have a manual focus function that allows you to manually focus. I would call it a fully automatic focus on demand.

- Works great!

I rarely write reviews because I figure most are biased or fake but I had to send one for this. Planning a Zoom board meeting for some in person and some on Zoom. Want to use projector to show Zoom people to the room. Wanted camera to show people in room to Zoom. Computer built in camera not good for moving from speaker to speaker etc. Plus I need to see computer screen during meeting and macbook camera only faces me. My iphone is best camera I own. You cannot get iphone camera into computer. I spent a lot of time trying. This app made it quick and easy to do. I selected 720p and it’s really good quality. Thanks!

- Been an EpocCam user for...

...about ten seconds now. Since they require a review to use the phone’s front camera, I am submitting this review. So far, the app purchase went exceedingly well as they took my money with no issues at all! That was pretty cool. Then I opened the app and ten seconds later, here we are... so based on past relationships, I wonder if this is a warning sign. Is this app going to be a needy app, constantly needing reassurance? Will it become bitter and vindictive if I’m not constantly validating it?? Well, I’ve never paid much heed to warning signs in past relationships, and I’m not about to start now. I look forward to a long, happy life with EpocCam! What could possibly go wrong?

- Awesome app, when it works...

I started with the free version and was so impressed with the quality I upgraded. Here’s the thing, it crashes and loses connection constantly. I’m using it with OS X Catalina and it’s just too unstable to rely on. The quality is fantastic when it’s working but it’ll drop out in less than 10 min into a Zoom call. It seems to be very prone to conflicts with other apps you may have open. If the company can get a fix out I would highly recommend this app. As it is, I recommend you steer clear of this app. It’s just not reliable enough and at best, you’ll have to fiddle with it several times while in the midst of a call to keep it working. Fingers crossed for a fix from the developer, great potential here!

- Good Enough

From all the research I did a couple months ago this is the only option to use an iPhone as a USB webcam. All the other apps are WiFi only. Or you are using a screen capture method. That can work if you can get a clean video output. I can’t remember exactly how to do it, but it’s possible. Also, WiFi can have more latency, especially when using a separate mic. I’ve used this app quite a bit for Skype and Zoom calls. For the most part it works like a charm. However, sometimes it loses connection with my iMac or MBP. It’s always connected via USB and I have it set so that it can only use USB, plus I have the WiFi turned off anyway. If it was more stable, then I could use this in more “mission critical” situations where I’m recoding an interview via Skype. For the typical video conference call it really does the job of giving you a high quality camera. I think this is a very good app and I definitely recommend it to up your webcam game. They just need to make it more reliable and it will be perfect.

- When it works, it does. Otherwise, too glitchy

This app was great when I first purchased it. However, over two weeks of using the app it became really unstable. At first it worked only on WiFi, but wouldn’t work on USB. I downloaded the new drivers per the Kinoni Facebook page instructions. USB seemed to work sporadically, then not at all. In fact, the WiFi stopped working. I had to reinstall the drivers every time I wanted to use it and WiFi functionality never came back. Then a glitch showed up - while using it during a Zoom call the software stops, goes to a circle connection mode, and then returns. Constantly interrupting the video. There’s no way around this because the WiFi doesn’t work. This app has great potential, but is way too unstable to use consistently.

- Simple but powerful

Very simple to set up and use, but works great via either WiFi or direct connection with my MacBook Pro. The only glitch I ran into was after installation, I couldn’t get it to work until I realized i needed to launch your recording app on the computer FIRST, and THEN launch EpocCam on the phone. Once everything synced for the first time, it happily resyncs regardless of which order you launch which app. Also, locked vs autofocus was not explained in the setup instructions. Locked focus works by tapping once on the image in the iPhone. To return to variable (auto) focus, double-click on the screen.

- Finally a stable and reliable webcam app for OBS and Wirecast!

I really struggled finding a good solution to use my iPhone as a quick and easy way to bring video into my streaming software platforms. I tried to use NDIHX Cam and NDI Cam, I had nothing but Jenkee and horrible issues that made it incredibly frustrating to do anything. Video freeze and jerky video. Disappearing options on software etc. I love that EpocCam utilizes a driver! This app just works and always looks great. Has a great onboard menu as well. If you’re doing any streaming, I highly recommend this app. It is the only one I have found to be this dependable and stable!

- For 39 minutes it rated a 5 and then not

Worked well for a zoom meeting. Connected and ran well for about 39 mins or so and then I got a reconnecting notice. Could not get it to reconnect. Rebooted everything. Started and for about 30 mins it ran properly and then started saying reconnecting. I had the free version on phone as well so removed them both reinstalled and ran program. About 15 mins and said reconnecting. This time it reconnected for a while and then lost connection again. Gave up and switched to crappy internal laptop camera. The pieces never moved during this. Internet was active at all times. No idea what’s going on. If maker reads this please advise. I need a package I can trust. Did I just waste my money?

- Paid for features

Rated already for free version to unlock both cameras. Paid for full version and then had rate again to use features I paid for. SHAMEFUL. However, I am thankful that this is doing the job of a document camera that would cost me a few $100's. So 2 stars. Would've been five if I hadn't had to come back and rate again more than twice already PLUS I have to uninstall and reinstall the app from both my computer and my phone every few months due to the fact it stops working which is time consuming and inconvenient in my classroom when it stops working unexpectedly. **Had to RATE IT AGAIN!!! SMH 🙄 Still grateful but it’s a bit aggravating when I have to take time out of my planning period to rate something so I can use it for class. ☹️ Pros 1) cost less 2) wireless and I can move about my classroom 3) make videos to upload 4) HD and great picture! Cons) 1) needs a WiFi signal on the same network can’t work just on Bluetooth 2) freezes when you get a call or text message (Turn off messages/calls if you make video) 3)Frequently needs to be reinstalled and the updates didn’t make much of a difference.

- Needed a camera for video conference gaming

With Covid-19 stay-at-home orders in my state getting together for face-to-face tabletop RPGs is not going to happen. Getting started in a virtual tabletop would involve spending hundreds of extra dollars. I read about groups using Zoom or Skype and doing “theater of the mind” RPGs but our group doesn’t play that way favoring heavy miniatures use on mats. I have all the minis and mats (I’m the GM). Webcams were all sold out everywhere right now but I came across a story on using EpocCam to use an extorting iPhone as a camera in Skype or Zoom. Two weeks ago I tested this out, plugged my iPhone 11 Pro into a six-foot lightning cord to my iMac at the end of my game table and hung the iPhone high looking at the table mat. We had to use Skype because Zoom’s latest update broke. I watched all my players on my iMac screen while all of them saw the game table from the camera as I moved minis for them. I even got to use the 2x zoom feature at times! It worked out better than I hoped! All with this app!

- IPhone 4s works now in OBS

I needed another video camera for a 4 camera shoot. Didn't have a lot of money to spend. I then remembered my iPhone 4s. I bought a battery for it years ago but I forgot to put new battery in. After putting the battery in I checked some apps that have the NDI protocol and even though a lot of them said the requirement was for iOS 10 or 11 or 13 when I hit the Epocam HD download button it downloaded the older version that was compatible with my iPhone. I didn't open OBS and Shernoff there is my video feed from my iPhone for us very good program and worth every penny for the HD version.

- Good idea, horrendous implemetation

My use case was kind of unique for this app. I wanted to use the video while using my own audio, but I hate the full screen ads on the free app and so, suckered myself into buying their very expensive app. There is very little documentation on how to use the app. The listener service (driver) crashes frequently on PC (Windows 10), requiring frequent uninstall and reinstalls in order for it to function. There is no GUI on Windows. Finally, it is not compatible with Discord or OBS so I had to use Manycam and use it as a source to get it to work. As of this writing, it’s rated 4.1 stars which is too much. I’d personally give it three stars because it works when it feels like it. I implore the developer to design the PC app better, so they can bring it out of 2002 and bring it forward into 2020.

- Kind of Works

I have tested this app on an iPhone 6 se and an iPhone XR. On both the video lags by 2 seconds or more above 640x480. Even at 640x480 it will be fine for about 30 seconds, lag and freeze up and then be fine for a short period of time again. I made sure to eliminate the variable of a bad network connection by creating a computer to computer network between my phones and the computer I was trying to stream video to. I still had the exact same problem. The only other possible source for this problem could be the live-streaming software I am using: Ecamm Live. I am leaving 3 stars in case it is not the EpocCam software and is indeed the Ecamm Live software.

- Make sure to install iTunes

I noticed there were many users having an issue with the app not working and the circle just kept spinning when connecting via USB. I had the same issue and the fix for me was installing iTunes on my Windows 10 pc first, rebooting, then installing the Kinoni driver from the EpocCam site, rebooting again and it worked via USB after that and has worked ever since. Overall, a solid 30fps webcam app with good quality and not much demand from your device so overheating shouldn’t be an issue like with other apps that rely only on WiFi/NDI.

- I use this app for Kiss Cam and Dance Cam

I’m a DJ and I do mostly weddings. For the past two years I’ve been using Apple TV to project my iPhone camera on my tvs but it was so glitchy. I had been looking for an app where I could use my iPhone to stream directly from my laptop to the tv screens and this did it perfectly! Now I build my overlays (wished I could post the pics) on the laptop and put them on the screen with my iPhone camera wirelessly with an Osmo gimbal! I tried other apps but they were blurry, glitchy and wouldn’t work with my existing DJ software. Thanks EpocCam!

- Buggier than a Florida swamp, DO NOT BUY!

Multiple problems with this app 1.) Theres no way to adjust the image exposure, or any other image settings at all 2.) You can’t adjust the focus from your computer, the focus has to be adjusted on the phone itself...completely useless if you’re using a tripod or any other mount and the back facing camera. 3.) The highest resolution this app supports is 1080p at 30fps, despite the iPhone 11 Pro’s cameras being capable of 4K at 60fps. But even 1080p doesn’t work! The best I was able to get was 720p at 30fps, despite paying for the HD version! 4.) Even at 720p at 30fps, while using OBS to make test recordings on my i7 6-core Mac Mini running the latest version of Mac OS X Catalina, the camera kept disconnecting and re-connecting randomly. What a piece of junk. In summary, do not buy this app. It’s insanely buggy, I wouldn’t even call this beta software, it’s more like alpha, completely unfinished, and there is no support from the developers whatsoever to address these problems. The last app update came out almost 6 months ago. I am so disappointed that I am going to be requesting a refund from Apple for this purchase. What a disgrace.

- Does Not Quit !

As a teacher teaching from home I downloaded this app on my iPhone and my MacBook Air. It worked great the first time I used both apps. I paired my Epoc Cam app on my phone with the app on my Mac. I used my phone as an overhead projector. However, every time I use the app it will not quit!! It feels like a computer virus! I have to turn my phone off and then back on in order to make the app quit! I also have to do the same thing on my Mac. I click quit and it will not quit or shut down. It is too the point that I feel like I wasted my money buying the paid version. I just want to delete it and ask for my money back! Don’t buy this app; it’s either a virus or has bugs. I don’t know.... it’s just frustrating!

- Saved Money

The functionality of EpocCam is great. I was on the verge of buying a webcam when I realized my iPhone was a really good camera. A little searching and I found EpocCam. Saved all that money, so I didn't mind paying for the app. Paid $5.99. Oh you want higher rez and more features - pay $7.99 more. Oh you want to use the other camera - write a review. This would have been a 5 star for ease of use, features, etc. But -1 star for making me jump through hoops to get what I would have been willing to pay $20 for in the first place.

- Serious video lag and forces review before even setting it up

Warning - Please read recent reviews carefully before paying. The paid version of the app requires one to write a review to be able to use the front camera, hence this review. Tried this app because it is so very difficult to find a decent webcam in stock these days. Used this for a zoom meeting with an iPhone XR and a Dell laptop running windows 10. The video lag that many other reviews mention makes this app extremely difficult to use and had to switch to the default laptop webcam 5 minutes into the meeting . Uninstalled app 45 minutes after paying for it. Forcing users to write a Review probably explains the tons of review this app has. Unethical at best and unusable at worst!

- So far, so good!

Not only can you not find toilet paper in the stores these days, but webcam are also in short supply with so many people working from home due to COVID-19. My work computer does not have a webcam and EpocCam just saved me! This things is amazing for $8 compared to at least $30 you’d pay for a camera that you can’t even find in the stores right now. The quality is good, it works with my apps on my computer and it has been fantastic. Thanks, EpocCam! I literally wouldn’t be able to have meetings with my co-workers with you.

- Works but with some limitations

The app works just as advertised. Video via Lightning/USB-C to my MacBook Pro is smooth and the quality is good. Once additional drivers on the Mac are installed from the developer’s web site, the app works with Zoom. It would be more useful if the camera understood device rotation and orientation. For example, depending on hardware positions, it is sometime more helpful to have the wire on the left rather than the right when in landscape mode, but the fixed orientation forces the iPad or iPhone to be rotated such that the lightning port is always on the right. Similarly, portrait orientation would be helpful for positioning the camera at a good vertical height. The prompts asking for an App Store rating are annoying. Even with this paid app, it asked several times for a rating, and in one instance, the modal dialog box interrupted the video connection to my ongoing Zoom call. All in all, a useful app that could use some additional functionality and a more user-friendly policy about requesting App Store ratings.

- Recommended for 10Min Video chats only

I thought this app was a godsend to instantly improve the production quality by not having to use the webcam on my MacBook. Quality is greatly improved but stability becomes an issue. I have not been able to use the EpocCam app for more than 25mins without the signal needing to reconnect. I then have to shutdown the app, restart it to be able to use the app again. This problem has persisted after 2 updates. Note that I always use the app connected over a cable. Because of the apps unreliability on the paid version I recommend not paying for it and just using the free version.

- Almost perfect except for one MAJOR oversight...

I really love being able to repurpose an unused iPhone 7 as an incredibly advanced web camera. EpocCam does the job, and the paid version for less than ten dollars is a real value in a time where web cameras are sold out or price gouged. In my use and configuration on a dedicated iPhone as a web cam (mounted to my monitor), I use the forward facing camera. The flaw / missing element in this application: it lacks the ability to save preferences. Specifically, every time I use the app I must switch to the forward facing camera and apply the mirror toggle! What???? No set as default! Come on... that’s basic.

- Super Useful High Quality Webcam

I needed a high quality and reliable webcam to livestream a message to people throughout Washington and California. This app came in clutch by allowing me to use the much better camera of my iPhone XR and connect it through WiFi to my laptop, which I then used to Zoom. I was also still able to use the audio of my laptop, which I hooked up a mic to. It worked out well. There were no glitches and no noticeable lagging between the webcam connection to my laptop. I recommend!

- It works...without much else

EpocCam works at providing both WiFi and usb connections. The image quality is great and the app has been mostly crash free since I started using it. That said, it’s a barebones app. One issue is that there is only one correct orientation, landscape with the power button up. Flip it over and your videos is upside down. It should have an option to lock rotation or not. Another issue is that focus is always automatic and if it gets that wrong you have to restart the app to get it to refocus. There should be a manual focus option. One feature that is missing from all the apps is the ability to tweak the app while using it. Ideally EpocCam (and others like it) would provide some way of controlling the app remotely, either as a webpage or dedicated app. If you’re going to use the iPhone as a webcam, use EpocCam. I’ve tried a bunch of other iPhone-as-a-webcam and this is the best I’ve used.

- Great 5/5

First of all, if you can’t use it your setup might be obsolete. I use EpocCam to stream daily. I own IVCAm also but ever since using this I haven’t looked back. It’s just as good as any Logitech webcam you’ll get, accept it doesn’t cost over 100$. I even have been using it on my older devices like a 2nd gen iPad mini with old iOS and it works awesome. I would say EpocCam is the #1 webcam to phone/tablet solution. The Paid version is even worth it also. Trust me, don’t go spend 500$ on a webcam, Just buy this. Even the free version is great.

- Works well, but...

Overall it’s great. It seems like connecting to zoom is easy. We’re trying to use a 2-camera setup so that our piano students can see our hands when we play, so needing to switch back and forth between the two cameras is a necessity. We are connected via USB to save bandwidth. We tried switching back to cam 1, then back to EpocCam, and it lost the connection, and just said “connecting for about 2 minutes. That CANNOT happen during lessons. Hoping this is a one time problem but if it is not it could be a major problem.

- Using EpocCam as a webcam for my web conferencing

I just downloaded the software on my iPhone 11 and on my MacBook Pro. So far I’m Abe to use the rear camera for video conferencing but I must leave a review on the app in order to use the front facing camera. Since I haven’t actually used the software yet there is not much to say except that when you install the EpocCam driver in your Mac you need to reboot your system in order to see your iPhone as a webcam option in the WebEx conferencing app. I’ll update this review when I actually have some real usage experience with it.

- Great for videoconferencing—not as reliable as I’d like

This is hands-down the best app for streaming over USB. Nice job, developers. The picture quality looks great at 10 mbps. It has caused occasional BSODs plugging in my phone, but that might be on me and my OS. What I can recommend is implementing memory for the camera and inverse selections. Behind my desk is a wall of beer and wine bottles, and I inevitably end up showing it to my whole business call at least twice per meeting, because when the app restarts, it autoreverts to the rear camera. Also, is it possible to get orientation flip? Thanks, guys.

- iPhone users, use official apple cable

I’m using this app on my iPad and my iPhone. I usually connect my phone to my macbook to live stream something through OBS. It does work for me. Here’s something I’ve learned, however. If you are an Apple user, make sure the iPhone charger cable you’re using to connect to your computer/laptop is a charger cable that officially comes with iPhone from Apple. I tried connecting this app via a regular charger cable that did not come from Apple, and it does not work. In conclusion, if you’re an Apple user, MAKE SURE TO USE THE OFFICIAL CHARGER CABLE THAT COMES FROM APPLE!

- Really works great

I have been using this for quite sometime now and it works great. The quality is really good what you get in your stream. I tried the OBS camera app and its no where near what this can do. Though OBS camera app can make use of the ultra wide lens of iphone 11, but the video quality is really bad and grainy. I could not fix it. But this app handles it so well. Really happy with purchase. Would like an upgrade which can utilise the wide angle lens. This app works perfectly on Mac OS.

- Poor Performance for a great idea

Poor Performance for a great Idea, I’m tried it with 260 Mbps down and 29 Mbps up, the app has lag and stuttering to the point that it’s not usable at all, I will not recommend to use this to do any streaming too expensive and it doesn’t deliver what they offer. The app has so much glitches usb does not recognized, switch to NDI or WiFi just to make it work and the connection it’s extremely unrelatedly. You Better buy “Shoot - camera fees” cheap and reliable as the connection is made through your logging cable, I have use it for 2 iPhones as cameras as the same time and works perfect, you will gain so much screen view without being concern about performance issues, highly recommended.

- Jumpy video

I got this bc the camera on my phone is much higher quality than the camera on my Macbook Air. Indeed the video quality while zooming is much better but it lags and jumps, and quite significantly if I’m screen sharing on zoom. My phone is on the old side (iphone 7) but my internet connection is good and my macbook air new and fast. I don’t know if it’s possible to connect my phone to laptop via USB instead of wifi, I imagine that would be better. Just be aware that if you plan to connect via wifi it may not be as smooth as you would like.

- Lost Zoom functionality

This worked great with Zoom (Mac) when I had to take my classes online and was not able to find a webcam (if I use the one on my laptop, the students are looking up my nose). From what I gather from reading others’ reviews, Zoom did an update (could have been EpocCam, I guess) and now they no longer work together. It’s been a real problem since it came with no warning and there was no info out there until everyone started complaining. There is no point in this for Zoom, even though it still works for other things, because now I have to share my iPhone screen to be seen by the class which just clutters up the desktop.

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- iPhone Camera via USB to Mac

Having used a 720dpi usb camera on my PowerMac for Zoom meetings and never being able to get the quality I could get streaming from my iPhone 6s it was time to look for a better camera. Zoom on an iPhone is too limited for business meetings and impractical for page sharing, commenting etc. My research led me to this app, which can stream via wifi or usb directly from an iPhone. For a few dollars and no need for new equipment it looked like a great solution. Having just used it for the first time in a conference meeting with 15 attendees it was quite stable. It did crash after 2 hours of use and was a little stressful getting it going again. Later reading through the trouble shooting notes it looks like the fault lies with iTunes losing the connection and needs to reconnect the USB. I did this and it seems to fix this issue quickly. Things that confused me when I launched the iOS app. Obviously, I wanted to give access to the iPhone camera but I didn’t want to access the iPhone mic. I have dedicated audio hardware and mixing equipment on my Mac that I wanted to use. It seemed the app wouldn’t allow only camera access without audio access. This could have been my inexperience using this app, but this is my first impression and I wanted to write a review to loose the start up prompt for me to write a review. Overall, I’m pleased with the app saving the need to buy another piece of tech hardware ‘USB camera’ that I don’t need.

- Getting more reliable now

Now that Zoom permits virtual cameras again, EpocCam is a great piece of software to use to turn your iphone into a very high-quality webcam. I was having problems with it crashing but updating to the latest MacOS drivers (downloadable from the EpocCam website) has made it very reliable.

- Yay, now it works OK!

I bought the paid version at the beginning of April and it was very unstable - sometimes it would work and most times would not. I had to delete the app and uninstall the PC software numerous times, then reinstall to get it working. Then a few weeks ago, when I did the reinstalling - yet again - I think the drivers had been updated. I have been using it for the last few weeks with Zoom and NO PROBLEMS NOW!! So I am very happy with it.

- Great when it works

When this app is working it works really well. However I’ve had problems with it not connecting for no apparent reason. Sometimes simply restarting it gets in working again. Sometimes it just never works via wifi again. I paid for the pro version so I would expect more reliability for the money I paid. For example one day I used it to successfully hold a family Zoom meeting. The next day it stop working unless connected with USB. With USB it seemed super laggy. I feel like the developers need to bug test it more because it seems to be very finicky about when it connects. Maybe it needs a control panel for the computer app to trouble shoot it. The only troubleshooting they suggest is checking if the background apps are working and that the phone and computer are on the same network. It’s really good when it works so it’s frustrating that it is so unreliable.

- Disappointed

I bought this app understanding that it would fully replace a webcam and provide the quality of an iPhone camera. I attempted to use this for a livestream and it was thwart with constant problems. The camera dropped out several times during the livestream for no apparent reason, and it eventually got to the point where I gave up and started using my webcam on my pc 🤦‍♂️ my iPhone XS is recently purchased and the charger lead was brand new and these problems still persisted. I would get my money back if I could, feel like my time has been wasted and a very stressful circumstance arose from trying to use this software.

- Easy and Simple Video Conferencing

I have been looking for a webcam for use during working from home as my work notebook does not have a webcam built in. Then I read that you can use my work iPhone as a webcam and this app has been and easy and simple way to get started on video conferencing. Highly recommend! I Just need to get a stand for my iPhone!

- Held back by ransom tactics

Minus one star as front camera access is only granted once the app is reviewes despite it being a paid app. Minus one star as... While the app looks like it is probably ok I have no way of really knowing given that the first thing I've done with it is to come here to review to open the features. All in all, three stars but with different design decisions it has potential to be four or five.

- Good but needs improvements

Firstly, holding front camera access hostage until I give a review is greatly disappointing. After already paying for the app this is total disrespect. Secondly, I’m still unsure how the audio of making my phone into a microphone works after having that advertised in the free version. This could do with a better explanation. It is a useful app non the less.

- Good image, poor sound

Image quality is pretty good, but you need to buy the full version to get sound as well. And that is really not worth it. Tried everything I could, including a dedicated microphone, but was not able to get steady and noise free sound. The app by their main competitor did give me good sound with the same equipment. So I deleted this one and will use theirs, I am sorry to say.

- So far so good

Easy to set up, download the driver, open the app and follow instructions. No front camera until you write review, but once you restart the computer it works. Can be buggy and stop working but when it works is excellent.

- Front camera.

I'm at a loss to understand why after paying for this app we are forced to write a review to gain access to the front camera. I wrote a review for the free version to gain access I'm not giving praise again but wrote this simply to gain access again.

- This application removed a feature and demanded I post this review in order to reinstate it.

Update your dummy drivers so we can use this as a proper camera please. Stripping front cam usage for those who don’t rate is terrible. It’s extortion, as this app is not free. Your camera software does not integrate with chrome or Discord. Sure, I’ll rate in order to reinstate use of front camera: Sorry fam, garbage strongarm tactics and poor integration earned you one star. Hope this worked out the way you were hoping.

- paid version skips the ads

The good: - Straight forward to get a quick ad-hoc network cam up and running. The bad: - It appears that the mac beta driver does not work on Mojave, so this is not working for use in other programs like skype. The name of the cam does show up, but the video only shows a turning circle. Bummer. I hope there is a driver update soon. - Forcing a review to get front cam access? While I can understand that for the free version, this is not acceptable on the paid version. Deducting a star just for that. What would be a nice addition: - IP address based connectivity. I’d like to keep my mac on wired ethernet while connecting to the iPad cam on wifi, pretty please.

- Just to use front facing camera

It’s horrible after paying money I have to leave this rating to use the front facing camera cause this is a good program but it’s over flown with ads

- Live streaming on a budget

Had to find a way to start live streaming without spending any money, and here it is! Working as advertised at the moment, found plugging the camera in to be way better and it works with ecamm live.

- Good...but

Great app except it doesn’t work on Skype or Zoom. I’ve followed all the instructions downloaded, uninstalled and redownloaded and re-installed and downloaded the drivers etc. etc. and it still doesn’t appear as an option for video input. It’s a shame as the video quality is great and it’s easy to setup, but the whole point was to use it in apps like Skype.

- EpocCam for that extra camera

With everyone using Zoom and other video links a different angle is sometimes wanted. Here it is, using that spare mobile phone. Recommended

- Microphone doesn’t get sent to Windows 10

I bought this thinking it would work, but none of my video conferencing apps (skype or MS Teams) can hear my voice even though I have the Kinoni audio source selected. The camera part works fine and my PC does see my iPad/iPhone as a webcam. Not having audio working is a deal breaker for me. I even tried restarting my pc after driver install and checked all my settings.

- Decent camera link, some difficulties

Decent app while it’s working. Sometimes doesn’t want to sync with front camera on my iPhone XR. Have to reinitiate sync by changing from USB to auto and visa versa when changing from front to back cameras

- Works like a dream ☁️😇

Easy to setup and get going. I bought this app mainly for Zoom Meeting, couldn’t find old web camera, which was good, because this is so much better !

- Needs some work

I bought EpocCam for two specific reasons - HD streaming and Syphon compatibility. Neither worked with the macOS EpocCam Viewer app, so I thought I’d bought a dud. However, using the EpocCam Viewer Pro app fixed both issues. This should be articulated more clearly to avoid disappointment as the app itself does the required job.

- USB disconnects after a while

For no reason, the usb link will stop working after a while. There is no help option or any way to fix this. The usb cable works fine and I’ve tried multiple usb ports. For a $12 app. It’s rather basic and poor user interface, not many options within the app. Not worth your time.

- Works well

Tried iWebcamera, didn't work. Tried epoccam, works great. They should strip out "review our stuff and get access to front camera!", because I would give five stars if it weren't for that.

- So far so good

Would have liked to have tested it more before giving a rating. How do you rate a car before you try it. Otherwise does what it meant to.

- So far impressed!

Needed to restart my MacBook Pro then worked instantly with Zoom. Just saved $$$ on a webcam-which are impossible to buy right now due to coronavirus.

- Very useful app

Just started working from home and now have an extra camera to play with

- Good quality but sometimes unreliable

Connection sometimes is an issue which can de disaster when you really need it ie for live stream.

- Audio doesn’t work.

Upgrade to pro version because of claims it will use audio from your device. Beware if you intend to use iPhone/iPad on ms teams or zoom and expect audio from device it doesn’t work. Been in contact with support. All they keep telling me to do is update drivers. Works fine as a simple webcam but will need an external microphone or headset.

- Will change rating if issue is fixed

I can’t seem to get the microphone to work. My computer isn’t picking it up and I’m annoyed that I paid for the full version. Nothing on the website says anything about how to fix minor microphone issues. Fix the issue I’ll fix my rating but at the moment this is all you can get.

- Front Camera

App seems to work well yet to use the front camera. Good a cant but a webcam anywhere at the moment!

- Useful, but unreliable

Handy way to get a wireless webcam but man, it crashes and freezes up a fair bit needing a restart. And totally agree with the other guy, demanding a review to use the front camera feature on an app that I paid for is totally a dick move.

- Easy to use but...

Only major problem I’m finding is the connection drops in and out, despite being connected over wifi and usb. Also only reviewing for access to front camera.

- Annoying

Review to be able use something I paid for

- EpocCam Pro

I bought the pro version as I wanted 1080p resolution and audio but I am having difficulty getting it to work correctly. At the moment I am not sure it is worth the money but will continue testing it for the moment.

- Review for paid functionality?

App works as described. Rating for front camera access is pretty distasteful though. I suppose it works though.

- Does what it says, works well.

Not too much fussing, just install the drivers and it connects to the app on the phone.

- Needs improvemenr

Very good when it works but when you used it and connect it again , its very hard to link / connect it.

- Just here for the Camera

Seems weird you pay money and have to rate to use a paid feature

- Review for Front Camera?

Yeah nah this is a bit of a stitch up but nonetheless here’s your review. Handy app just wish I didn’t have to go to these lengths to get a feature I’ve already lauds for

- Terrible don’t waste you money

Pro version is garbage, first you still need to review to gain access to the features you pay for and second the only reason I paid was to get audio access which turns out doesn’t work at all. Zero audio on zoom, then the video became seriously unreliable.

- Forced to rate

I paid for the app but I’ve been forced to rate it before I can use the front camera, so it’s 2 stars from me. I’m sure this practice will soon be illegal. I haven’t had a chance to test the app out before being forced to rate it. It’s a shame as I’m sure it will turn out to be a good app!

- Terrible after sales service

Nice product when it worked, but trying to get technical support to resolve wifi connection issues with Bonjour has been hopeless. Like the product when it worked, but disappointed on the level of technical support with Kinoni software.

- Doesn’t hit the mark

Whilst a great concept I’ve found that this doesn’t really hit the mark for a webcam replacement. Audio is laggy on both wifi and usb connection. Background noise is amplified but video is good. It was a cheap alternative but one that I won’t be keeping.

- Works fine

Shame you have leave a review to use features that are paid for. Otherwise works ok

- Don’t force people to review!

Annoying that you don’t get access to front camera (even though you paid for it) until the leave a review - when they obviously haven’t had a chance to see how it performs.

- Worked quickly. Seems good so far.

Ill let you know how it works in a weeks time. 😉

- Clever but slow video for FB Live

Not sure how to effectively use this. Very laggy with FB live. The free version ran way faster. Not sure why I have to rate the app before features are unlocked in the paid version.

- Ridiculous

Ridiculous that I have to rate your app to be able to use the front camera after I paid a lot of money for this (as far as apps go)

- Have to rate to use front cam even in full version

Very annoying that I have to rate to use the front camera even when I pay $10 to use the full version

- Don’t waste your time or money.

I decided to go straight to pro version for streaming my live music shows. What an idiot I am. The screen displays still show on the webcam, so not a clear screen. Top that off, the app itself worked for 5 minutes and then won’t reconnect to my iMac. Complete waste of money.

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- Worth 5-star !

Until iOS 14 got out, the wifi mode was perfect to have my phone turned into a conference cam on my pc and Mac. When the new iOS 14 issue gets adressed, it will be a 5-stars again !

- Works great...but...

The software has been nothing but excellent EXCEPT every 15 minutes or so the image becomes blurry. I am connecting via USB and to remedy it I have to either go into app setting or close and reopen the app. I have sent a support email but no one has gotten back to me.

- Drops out a lot

I’ve been trying to record my iPhone camera on OBS using a lightning-USB cable. I would think a wired connection would be the most stable. The video looks great when it works and has a nice simple interface but it often drops out for no reason. I’ve adjusted OBS settings and settings within EpocCam a hundred different ways, even lowering the resolution significantly but it can’t seem to tolerate more than a few minutes. My record was 11 minutes before failure. I’ll try the wifi option but I don’t see why the wired option should fail so much.


If you run OS 10.14.6 (Mojave) it won’t work - The latest zoom and Apple’s 10.14 does not support 3rd party webcams

- Random for activating features after I pay?!?!?

Here you go Einstein Now can I have front facing cam?

- Excellent webcam alternative

Very impressed with this app. Decided to try it out when I could not find a webcam due to the increased demand. I use an old iPhone 7 and cannot believe how well this works in low light. I have the best quality video in all my zoom meetings. Better than the dedicated cams.

- Crashes PC while connecting.

Crashes a a very stable pc. Waste of money as of Oct 2020. Fix the bugs please.

- Needs an update!!!

I’ve been using it to steam love classes. Worked beautifully. Then I updated my phone to iOS 14. Now all it does is lag, and I have to go back to the webcam. Update it, and it’s back to five stars

- Works really well

The built in camera on my laptop is average at best, it’s biggest shortcoming is its connected to the laptop and like a lot of people I have my laptop hooked up to a bigger monitor when I’m in the office. Having my phone be my webcam is great as it’s better quality and most importantly, I can move it where I want. 1 feature it needs is to auto-activate DND as I’ve been in meeting and had phone calls, which freeze the camera. So don’t forget to manually turn on Do Not Disturb, and remember to turn it back off after!

- Ten bucks in the garbage.

After 2+ hours of fighting with it and watching help videos, I couldn’t get the Windows driver to work at all.

- Off Sync

The camera and any audio are delayed and out of sync with each other. It connects well and has a great image (which is the phone and not the app). Possibly good for simple tasks, but live streaming is not one of them.

- Good so far

Works as described, great alternative for web cam. Makes use of what I already have


lags, can’t even record, i regret this so much

- Buggy but great when it works

As others have mentioned, this app will crash on you occasionally causing you to lose signal. Considering the price I would not expect this to happen. I’ve been using this for a couple of months now and it has been a an average/below average experience due to the occasional crash. What I like: - I didn’t have to buy a dedicated webcam (1 hard to come by these days and 2 expensive) - wireless and wired options - auto focus when using rear camera - ability to set resolution/bitrate - image quality blows every laptop cam out of the water. Especially noticeable in rooms with little light What I don’t like: - crashes every now and then (on average I’d say about once per day particularly on long meetings) - troubleshooting steps do not improve video latency - video lags behind real time movements even at lowest resolution and bitrate (even with my 10th gen i7 laptop If they can iron out the latency and crashing, this app would be a home run. For now, I’d stick with the free version however.

- Connection issues

Don’t waste your money! Even using the USB connection (which is touted as being “most-stable”), the EpocCam “disconnects” constantly during Zoom calls, takes forever to re-connect and image quality suffers greatly. My iPhone 11 has a fabulous camera, and EpocCam can’t even focus.

- Great for Zoom meetings

I started using this software with my iPhone to replace my builtin camera on my laptop. Works fantastic. Now I can move the camera in or out independently of my laptop.

- Not working

The USB connection wouldn’t work between my MacBook and iPhone. Wasted my money. Don’t recommend this app. Wifi connection worked but audio was really patchy because lots of wireless Interference.

- Unreliable and useless

I had high hopes for this app but it didn’t take long to see it would prove to be useless. It was fairly easy to setup and video quality was good, but the 1st time I used it on Zoom it lost connection after 20 minutes. I was using a reliable USB cable. I couldn’t find any help on their support page. Fix the problem or give us our money back!!

- Waste of money

Wouldn’t connect on Zoom.

- Software does not work with Zoom

Does not work with Zoom

- Works well, but not actually 1080p

You’ll get a decent looking 720p stream with this app but while the promo videos and screenshots say 1080p it actually maxes out at 720p.

- Still figuring it out


- Great Potential, But a Frustrating Waste of Money

This app produces a great picture when it works, but it is totally undependable and will freeze at any moment on Zoom (1 minute in or 30 minutes in) and only worked consistently for 2 weeks out of 2 months. The developer wouldn’t refund my $ and Apple doesn’t provide an option to refund it either. I can not recommend this app.

- EpocCam


- Not Compatible with Mac OS 10.14 or 10.15

Kinoni offers explanation on website under links 7 and 8. Should’ve checked before purchase.

- Would love a refund

Its not at all reliable. Connection keeps dropping and sometimes it wont it will just keep connecting but wont connect. Same with wifi or usb on windows 10

- It’s Okay

When it works it’s great. Some days it drops out every 3-5 minutes and we have to keep starting it up again; which can be frustrating. It’s a great solution in a pinch but if I didn’t absolutely need it I wouldn’t use it.

- Waste of $10

This app doesn't even work. Both with wired and wireless connection!

- Unreliable

I was so hopeful that this app would work. But alas - the camera loses connection all the time. I barely get 30 seconds of continuous feed. A refund would be appreciated.

- Not Compatible with Most Apps

I can’t use it on Zoom. I can’t use it on Discord. I can use it on FB Messenger but then the mic audio doesn’t work. I can’t use it to record into iMovie. I’m pretty angry I paid money for this. You need to be more upfront about what it can and cannot do.

- Crash crash crashy mccrashface

Crashes.... ALL THE TIME!

- Starts dropping

I have the same issue many seem to have when connecting an iPhone to a Mac via USB. It worked great the first day but now the connection drops regularly. This is surely something that can be fixed.

- Unstable Connection

Keeps dropping and reconnecting for no reason all the time. I need support

- EpocCam

Buy it! Instant and easy.

- Good app but need some extra features

I like the app and I got the paid version. But if you can add some features in the viewer where we can rotate the screen or turn on the flash light, that would be great! Thank you

- Not Worth Buying

Purchased the app to use with Zoom and BlueJeans video conferencing systems. After much research I managed to get the app working with Zoom (the help and other information provided is poor). However, after one week of intermittent use ( the iPhone connection over usb was frequently dropped) the app has completely stopped working. I am now looking for other options.

- Why is there no recording function?

I ought the pro version assuming it would have a record feature but turns out it doesn’t have one. Why?

- Fraudulent

This software does not work on OSX as they claim. They are aware of it and have a “hack” to disable Apple security to make it work. Not a good idea!!!

- Disruptive

Interrupting in the middle of a call to ask for a review turns off the camera

- Works Really Good!

It took me a bit to figure it out but got it working on Skype and StreamYard.

- Not compatible with Mojave

Wasted my money. Requirements say Mac OS 10.12 or later. It does NOT work with the latest 10.15.

- Easy to use and setup... it can’t rotate camera!

Seriously, the app is great : easy to setup and use. But it lack a basic feature. My « studio » set up forces me to use my iPhone « upside-down » and the app won’t rotate image! It is, in my opinion, a basic feature that should be there. Else than that, I would have rated it as a 5 star. Please correct this Kinoni :)

- No good

Extremely slow. After a few tries, corrupted my Windows system. Windows 10 n iPhone X max .

- Laaaaaggggg

Way to much lag between video and audio. Also, sometimes it freezes, and sometimes it just slows the image down... when I’m live it’s like I’m watching a slow motion video of myself. Wasted my money on this app.

- App is good but ask for review every single time you open

Average it does what is supposed to do. But that is really annoying and almost destroyed a few lives

- Not working effectively

It keeps on disconnecting during broadcast


The regular one was working okay but it was lagging and the audio wasn't working. So I payed for the $10.99 version and now it doesn’t work at all. Continuously says connecting.

- Used to work

This used to work but doesnt work anymore on my MacBook Pro

- Does not work with gmeet and Webex

Don’t waste your money. Does not work with many meetings solutions like google meet or Webex

- Garbage. Doesn’t work at all.

Tried multiple methods and followed all guides but with current iOS it is not functional

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- Seems very well put together

I have to say this app seems very well put together. The drivers are basically a 1 click install on a pc and the app seems to pick them up right away. Plus the usability of the app is straightforward and laid out in a very eye pleasing way. Overall I give this app 4 stars out of 5 because I haven’t had this app long enough to form a more detailed opinion, but I’m sure as I continue to use it and get a better overall understanding of the app and how it works I will love it more.

- iOS app does not automatically reconnect to Mac when interrupted.

When using the EpocCam app connected to my Mac with USB, there is a problem. This happens on all applications which use video, but I am mostly using Microsoft Teams for video conferencing. If your app is using video from the epoccam, and then you stop the video (such as closing the Teams app or stopping the video), then epoccam’s video connection cannot start again. It “spins forever” and never reconnects. To fix this you have to walk over to the phone, pick it up, close the epoccam app on the phone, and re open the app. Then you can reconnect the video on the Mac and it will work again. The problem is that this even happens when you go into the “test video” screen on the Mac. For example if you test your video settings, it looks like it works. Then you close the settings screen (thus stopping the video) and then try to use the video for “real” and then it doesn’t work. There was just now a software update today on the Mac side and it didn’t fix the problem.

- You're seriously going to make me write a review to use the front-facing camera???

Everyone who is thinking about purchasing this app should know that you have developer attempt to extort reviews from users by forcing them to write a review of the app if they want to use the front facing camera feature of the app – – something that should already have been paid for within the app was purchased for a price that is too high to begin with.

- Didn’t test well

Maybe it was because the demo mode is interrupted by advertising, but it book several tries to get the camera live on the test site. That didn’t give me great confidence to pay for the upgrade. But here I am, giving a rating, so I can unlock further features on the paid version. ... Now that I’ve tested it on my second camera, I’m finding myself making choices: between Mobiola, which features exposure-lock (but can’t be upgraded to do better than 640x480); and EpocCam, which has HD in the upgrade, but always uses auto-exposure.

- Works perfect

Better than expected, the quality is nice and it doesn’t lag behind too much. Only thing is I wish we could manage the light on the “flashlight” so we could set it lower instead of having it just at max output all the time. Maybe there’s an option for it but I certainly haven’t found it. Would also be nice if the front facing flash could be used as a flashlight as well, that way I could see what it’s filming exactly on the screen of my phone.

- Works good

Needed a temporary camera when my integrated camera went out. Works pretty good. Sometimes it doesn’t connect to the computer. Also when selecting the EpocCam for video, there are two to select from and only one choice works. I’m not sure why there are two choices. I uninstalled from windows 10 and re-installed and there was only one choice for the first use, then it goes back to two choices on the next go around.

- Great quasi-hack

My Nikon 7200 DSLR kept throwing errors during a livestream today. I gave up and decided to make due with a Google search stumble and figure out how to use my iPhone - so glad I did. I paid over $65 for SparcoCam to sync my Nikon, but it never worked as consistently as it should...too many bells and whistles to learn on the fly in a pinch. But this app worked right away in my test tonight, and I’m looking forward to using it tomorrow during day 2 of the livestream.

- Easy to use

And works like a charm! I used the free version first and it was fine to get a feel for whether this would work at all. But the ads and the watermark were annoying and for my purposes it’s great to have the higher quality streaming from this app. Also expect to use the front camera so I can see what’s going on as I use it. Thanks, kids! You saved me the trouble and expense of buying a dedicated webcam!

- iOS 14 killed this app

Simply put, EpocCam is outdated and suffers from intermittent connectivity issues (on both USB and WiFi) that limits its use as a dedicated webcam. Like previous reviewers have mentioned, EpocCam used to worked well. After updating to iOS 14 on an iPhone 7, I have experience frequent interruptions in the connection. The phone is connected to the computer by a USB cable, so there shouldn’t be any possible of lag from a poor connection. I’ve also tried different cables and ports, and still get the same results. As of October 2020, there hasn’t been any mention of this issue by the company and there hasn’t been an update to the app.

- App works worse?

I used the free version for a while and then switch to a paid version to help with teaching my classes online. The video quality is absolutely better and I love not having the ads in the way. However, the paid version is working less and less the longer that I use it. Specifically, the video feed from the app cuts off. The app freezes in the paid version when it did not as the free version. Maybe it’s a phone quality thing??? Whatever the case, the app producers should at least address the issue with a statement.

- Works, just not as well as I’d like.

I’ve been using my iPads for webcam and this app really works well. On Windows 10 all I get I’ma blank white screen for the EpocCam app. I’m limited to using it on only one computer (WiFi), although with Covid closures, the kids are home from college and parents home from work. So we’re moving around computers and devices according to shifting schedules and needs. Wish I could just disconnect from one computer and connect to the next (WiFi). The work around is plugging in USB. But no controls on windows machine.

- Works as advertised on my Mac

I initially tried the free version and got it to work with Zoom, so I bought the HD version. I have an iPhone 8+, my Mac is running Catalina. I followed all the instructions and it worked just fine. I’m not sure I am actually going to use it though because I just want to be able to recommend it to PC users and Mac Mini users. You do need to have the phone on a tripod for stability.

- Required “reviews” to get useful

Seemed pretty good - until the typical “let’s annoy the crap out of our customers by forcing them to review” started. Surprised the ratings aren’t lower. As far as the app goes - how the heck would I know? I’m not allowed to really use it until I’ve reviewed, payed, and reviewed again. I HOPE it is as good as the posted reviews. Update: worst $7.99 I’ve spent in a long time. Total crap ware. Works only marginally with their proprietary viewer. Evan then, image quality screams 1997. Essentially failed to work with every online tool I tried (Google and Skype also), and of course failed to be recognized by any app I have that accesses the camera.

- So far so good

Had the app for about a week. Had a little trouble getting it working until I contacted technical support and they were a big help. It worked great for my zoom meeting although the USB connection kicked out about 20 minutes into the meeting but I was able to quickly switch over to a Wi-Fi connection and it worked great for the rest of the meeting. Happy with it so far. It works both on my iPad and my iPhone seamlessly.

- No success!

So far I’ve uninstalled drivers and app then installed them again and it won’t load up my phone. So far, it’s been a waste of $7.99 When I open the app on iPhone and App on Desktop all I get is a white screen. Nothing happens from there. On the iOS App it shows my phone is connected but my computer isn’t and I’m not sure why cause I have a stabilize internet connection (No problems connecting anything else) I’ve turned off my firewall and disabled AntiVirus but it still won’t work. I made the mistake and bought the app instead of trying the free version. I’m running 5.0ghz Internet so I don’t know the problem.

- Works really well with our iMac for streaming

Three weeks ago we were scrambling to find ways to stream our church services when we were restricted by the Coronavirus. I am so glad the Lord led me to this app! I can just plug in my iPhone 7 Plus to our 2017 iMac running Mojave, and OBS added it easily as an HD video source. Due to the lack of easily available equipment, this app works incredibly well. I highly recommend it!

- Great for one computer

I've been using it for work meetings since we've been in COVID-19 work from home situation. It connected to my work Windows PC easily and the paid version delivers some great video. However I also want to use it on my personal Mac. It appears that there is no way to unpair the app from the Windows PC so that it can pair with the Mac even if I power of the Windows PC to prevent communication. I'm really wondering how to switch from one computer to another.

- Too unreliable for practical use

I downloaded the free version first to confirm it worked with zoom and webex. It didn’t at first, but after a reboot it seemed workable, so I paid my 8 bucks. Bad idea. This is sold as a dead-simple solution, but it’s completely unreliable. For example, I can get it to connect ONLY once to zoom. If you do anything on the host system, such as shutting off the video feed and then turning it back on, the phone app just spins forever with a “connecting” message. You have to restart everything to restore the connection, which isn’t practical. I’ve tested both WiFi and USB. This is a great idea poorly executed.

- Download latest macOS drivers to fix issues with iOS 14

This app mostly worked fine with iOS 13, occasionally losing connectivity but generally working fine. With iOS 14, even on a USB connection and with the video bitrate set as low as possible, after a minute or so of working the video image becomes very pixelated and low resolution. To fix this you must download the latest drivers for macOS, install them, and reboot.

- Thus far it’s great

Zoom got hosed EpocCam in the latest iOS update. That was unfortunate. To work around go on the Kinoni Facebook page and find the instructions to install an older version of Zoom that recognizes EpocCam. In these Corona days at home webcams are essential. Unfortunately everyone is sold out of webcams so our retired cell phones in a drawer somewhere are pressed into service. It’s important to figure work around.

- Works... okay.

In theory this app is wonderful. I purchased the premium version to help me stream, and it does what it sets out to do - gives me a remote camera I can walk around with. My internet connection is iffy at best, which of course means it tends to lose signal and need to be reconnected frequently (no fault of the app). I did purchase the premium upgrade to utilize the direct “USB connection” when not needing to be remote, but it doesn’t seem to work with my hardware currently, which is disappointing. All in all it’s good.

- Needs work

I love using this app. I have been using it to stream on Facebook and twitch. However, there are times where it will not connect to my pc. I haven’t changed any settings and both the app and my computer will act like they don’t see each other. It worked fine for days, and it would not work today. The support area on the website is a joke as nothing they say fixes the problem.

- Purchased and regretting it

I paid to get the Proversion, which is supposed to work via USB on a Windows 10 computer. They claimed I also need Itunes, so I downloaded that as well. If I start the Epocom viewer first, and then start the Ipad app, it just spins on every resolution. If i start the iPad first, I get a blue screen of death on my 32GB month old laptop. Every...time...will try it on a Macbook, but cannot recommend this product. Just looked at detailed instructions and it says PC only works wireless. This is not what they claim on the Pro product line, where they said USB would work with windows in the Pro version. False advertising.

- Doesn’t work

It suddenly stopped working yesterday. I use usb to improve WiFi speed. And it was working fine the whole time and suddenly yesterday it stopped connecting to it. I checked the kinovi drivers and it was updated. I checked iTunes and it was also updated, I checked epoccam and already updates. And it still doesn’t work. Please fix this and reply to this comment when it’s fixed

- Solid app. Works better with recent bug fix.

Downloaded this app to use iPhone as a webcam for live streaming. For the most part it works very well. Had some connectivity issues early on, but with some workarounds and recent updates it seems to be working better. I do really wish it supported the wide angle camera on the iPhone 11 Pro. If I could put a request in for that feature consider this it.

- Good alternative

I like the idea of EpocCam. The setup is really confusing and you can’t really get passed it unless you pay for the upgraded version with instructions. I hope this works for my needs and we will see. With the paid version at least the setup is seamless. The only confusing bit is there are multiple downloadable options for your Mac which are not totally clear from the app or site.

- Drops feed

The live video feed drops multiple times in a fiver minute span when connected via USB to a Windows computer at 1080p. While the troubleshooting page says it’s a problem within the computer not being able to handle the info, using Cameras for OBS I’ve had no dropped frames nor reconnection issues. Rebooting both the iPad and computer didn’t fix them issues I ran into. It also had troubles on the computer switching out of 640x480 mode when other modes were selected. For OBS Studio, this isn’t the appropriate app.

- Very good indeed

You’ve already got the phone, so being able to leverage it as a webcam is awesome. There’s a little more lag than a dedicated webcam, but usually it is fine. I use it with OBS Studio without issue. Once in a while the lag does seem to be long but a stop and start of the stream on the PC seems to correct it. WiFi lag seems better than USB, not what I expected.

- Does NOT work as promised

Does not work with Skype, Google+ Hangouts, and many other services I tested it with. Can’t be used as a wireless webcam for anything but their app, which doesn’t record or anything. It’s just as good as buying a mirror, just that it’s digital. And the “HD” is 1280x720. Not happy at all. Hopefully I’ll find some use for it, but right now it’s an app I paid for that does not do anything. I would not recommend anyone purchase this app. I was really looking forward to it. Thanks for nothing! Did I mention that I followed all the instructions they had on their website? Yeah, still didn’t work.

- Beware of battery drain!

I purchased this app thinking it was an inexpensive way to add a webcam to my PC. While everything works as advertised, my iPhone 11 Pro Max was having excessive battery drain and heating issue only after 60 minutes of use (WHILE PLUGGED IN!) even with the brightness on my screen turned completely down. This app is compatible with Zoom, if you are wondering. However, with the excessive battery drain and heating my phone up, this $8 app is not worth my $1000+ phone. I have already requested a refund, but I do not know if I will even be granted it since a few days have passed.

- Nice app that works as described

I use this app for work to take pictures using my iPhone connected to my laptop over WiFi. The auto focus works fairly well but the one thing that I’m frustrated by is exactly what almost every other review states; if I paid for the app, why am I required to write this review in order to use all the features. If this had not been a requirement I would have given it 5 stars.

- Set Up Easy, Will Update After Use

Setting it up has been easy and connecting to my Mac. I am trying to figure out how to get the better video quality out of the camera. I went ahead and paid the 7.99 because I am trying to find my best solution for teaching from home the next month or two. I am a HS music teacher and we will be out the remainder of the semester. Hoping for some high quality solutions!


so it works fine but you cant use the apps full potential with obs because for some reason whenever u add a video cap source to capture the webcam it downscales it to 680p which is not at all what you want since u paid $8 to use at 1080 so theres that.... unless theres a way to make it 1080 on stream its a waste of money since when using free version u can just cut out/crop out the water mark it has on obs. If there is a way idk it but for now giving it a 2 star since i cant use the full potential and probably wont use the app anymore

- No USB. Crashes Win 10. Unusable.

Have been trying to connect via USB and the search just spins with a big X over the USB option for 4 days now. Tried all the recommended fixes in settings on both iPhone and computer. Using the lowest possible bit rate and res. Lags by 7 seconds on test site via wifi, and mic doesn’t work from phone or microphone jack. Tried twice in real meetings on MS Teams and it crashed the entire computer both times as soon as I hit “join.” Never had a problem on Teams b4 with just a mic. Using paid version, and brand new Win 10 set up with updated drivers.

- For 7.99 an incredible webcam

So many features and so little time. Really great so far. I already own the phone so although I think Apple should include this in osX ( and maybe Catalina experience will change my mind) for the cost it is great. Love the quality, ease of flipping image. It was it was a four star rating until I had to rate and review it AFTER I paid for it. AGAIN.

- Free version is fine

As far as I can tell the paid version only gives you a few more options than the free one. You can up the camera quality, and turn flash on while using. You still have to rate the app to unlock the camera switcher, which in my opinion is kinda ridiculous since I just payed you money for this... Either way, it’s as advertised!

- Paid Version slow Mo

Hello there I just Update to the paid version but is shows slow motion on the screen in the PC I was using the free version an work fine but I just Update to better quality and USB connection that I was hoping better I have 1000mb on Internet Fiber I have 32 gb ram on th PC restart everything a lot of times and still slow motion the image like 5 sec. far or more . I email to kinoni support not recieved nothing yet thanks, you’re doing a great job just looking for simple solution

- Microphone doesn’t work

I have to say the setup was easy and the video works great. However the microphone (audio) doesn’t work at all. I did a Zoom meeting and no one could hear me and I couldn’t hear them. I had to switch the audio to the computer (windows desktop) in order to fix it. But I don’t have an external mic on my computer so the sound was bad. Again I paid for the upgrade which says it includes the microphone (from my iPhone). Can someone tell me how to fix this problem? Until it is red led I have to give this app a low rating. And possibly get a refund.

- Crashes Constantly

I tried to use this as a secondary camera for my livestream, but it consistently would crash after half an hour on my iPhone XR. I made sure the phone is up to date, I closed every app on my phone, turned on airplane mode, and set the phone to do not disturb. And still, unprovoked, the app, sitting completely undisturbed would crash between 30-45 minutes every time. Brand new cable. Don’t use this app for anything serious.

- Lame review tactic

We went to do my regular live and could not find the front camera option which I need for my videos. I tried to do it with the other camera option but it was a total fail. Really screwed up my live show. Now I see that it’s because I didn’t leave a review. So you held the feature I paid for hostage until I did. So here ya go! I hope this seriously backfires for you so you learn how to treat your customers and wait for honest reviews like the rest of us do. This one is honest but probably not what you were looking for?? Just like I was looking for the front camera???

- Good app, but a hard learning curve

After watching usb troubleshoot, my camera speed has increased significantly with 30 FPS and 1920x1080 camera. However, if I did not learn this, it would have been very difficult. The app is very good and the best one for 8$. Of you have a good 30 minutes to work on this camera app, then I highly recommend it.

- Does not currently work with ZOOM

Downloaded this app to use the phone as a webcam with ZOOM. First off I could not get it to easily connect with my Mac and it is only when I restart my phone and my Mac they connect. Then to add insult to injury when I got it connected and tried to get it to work with ZOOM it was not recognized, and there was nothing I could do to fix it. After hours of searching the web low and behold ZOOM has elements the use of all webcams so this is something you cannot tell me prior to me spending 8 buck to buy software that is useless for what I needed!

- Not compatible with macOS Mojave or Catalina

Wasted my money. The app isn’t compatible with ANY app (Skype, Zoom, OBS, FaceTime, PhotoBooth, etc) on macOS Mojave or newer, and nowhere in the app description does it mention this. Only after purchasing it, then reading the support guide when I couldn’t get it to work, does it specifically call that out. They had a workaround for third-party apps that involved using terminal commands to disable security signing of third party apps, but it didn’t work on my machine. Their solution for first party apps like FaceTime was “we know it doesn’t work. Talk to Apple and complain.” Wasted my money.

- Connection is horrible

The connection is just as bad as the free version. I’m a yoga teacher and can’t afford the webcams so I thought this would be a great alternative. Unfortunately, either way I connect USB/WiFi it slow and the voice is always off even when it’s starts to do video decently. I have a Mac mini and good internet so it’s not my computer or my internet connection. The best way is to connect my phone with HDMI cable. I liked the idea of this app because it would give me the ability to move around the phone. I wish you could get refunds on purchased apps.

- Bad piece of app

I downloaded this so I can use it with OBS and zoom etc. it causes lots of connection problems. When it finally connects it says connected via WiFi even though I use USB cable and turn off all WiFi on my phone. So inaccurate description of connection. I realize, obs already recognizes my iPhone as a recording device. After rotating and cropping the iPhone camera input, obs is very consistent keeping my iPhone camera connected. So this app was useless after all. For these 2 reasons I deleted and asked for a refund. I do not recommend this software.

- Working a bit...

Doing this review to try the front camera. Trying to use this for Zoom. Won’t stay connected through USB as I change back and forth from my computer’s camera to the iPhone. I want to switch back and forth for music lessons and it’s not happening. Each time I come back from the other camera it will not connect. I have to switch to WiFi connection then I can go back to USB. Only workaround I have found.

- Doesn’t work most of the time

I give 2 stars because when it works it’s great. Have the paid version. Last week I used it with OBS to record a video. This week I can’t even get it to connect on my phone, either WiFi or USB, let alone have my computer connect to it. I didn’t change a thing from last week. This happens all the time, spend lots of time trying to troubleshoot it and the difference between when it works and when it doesn’t is totally random.

- Better "HD" using Google Hangouts

Want a better quality streaming application using your iPhone? Install the Google Hangouts application, and set up two separate accounts through Gmail. Then call yourself from either your cell phone, or your computer, and presto, a high quality streaming webcam. I got this application working fine, until it was dropping to many frames for me to justify its continued use, for what I was requiring...

- Doesn’t work with Zoom

To be fair, I downloaded this app a month ago and it worked great with Zoom, Skype, etc. If it still worked, I would give it 5 stars. I really liked it. Now though, it doesn’t work with Zoom and it hasn’t for at least 2 weeks. Will it ever? I don’t know. I gave them the $9 or whatever it was. That won’t break me. But had I known that it was going to be $9 for a week or two worth of use, I would have spent my $9 elsewhere. If EpocCam wants to be fair with me, they would do one of two things... Fix this issue or refund the money.

- It's alright

When the app decides it wants to work it's truly amazing and delivers exactly what the description says. However, it doesn't mention how the app has a tendency to randomly crash or not even connect at all. I'm sure these are just a few bugs, bug they have existed since i purchased the app and after a few updates there is still no fix or guarantee for 100% perfect connection every single time.

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EpocCam Webcamera for Computer (Version 2020.1) Install & Download

The applications EpocCam Webcamera for Computer was published in the category Photo & Video on 2011-05-18 and was developed by Corsair Components, Inc. [Developer ID: 650718405]. This application file size is 9.24 MB. EpocCam Webcamera for Computer - Photo & Video app posted on 2020-04-16 current version is 2020.1 and works well on IOS 10.3 and high versions. Google Play ID: com.kinoni.epoccamhd

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