Getting started
Detail lets you connect your iPhone, iPad, or any other external camera to your Mac. And it works with your built-in webcam too.
You can use Detail with any video platform like Zoom, Meet, Twitch, and Youtube Live.
Check out our quick video guide for getting started below or keep scrolling for more info.
Get the apps
If you haven't already, download and install Detail for macOS to get started.
If you want to use your iPhone or iPad as a camera, just Download Detail for iOS from the App Store.
You can connect iOS devices wirelessly or via USB. To get the best image quality and stability, connect your iPhone or iPad to your Mac via USB.
If you're using a DSLR or other camera, simply connect it with the hardware you'd normally use and it should appear as a camera option in Detail.
Can't see your camera in Detail? Email support@detail.co and we'll see if we can help.
Selecting your camera
When you open Detail for the first time, you'll see a selection of pre-made Scenes (combinations of cameras, images and text overlays) to help you get started.
You can edit existing Scenes or create a new Scene by clicking the "+" button in the Scenes drawer at the bottom of the window.
If you're editing an existing Scene, simply click the "Camera" icon in the menu (or press Shift-Command-C) to choose one of your connected cameras.
If you're creating a new Scene you'll be prompted to add a camera, image or text when you add the Scene. Click "Camera" (or press Shift-Command-C) add a camera to your Scene.
Using Detail with video call and streaming apps
Once you have Detail set up, "Detail Camera" should appear as an option in the video settings of your favorite streaming or video conferencing app.
Use your iPhone or camera for video calls with Zoom
Use Detail to stream on Twitch
Use Detail to stream on Youtube Live
Use your iPhone or camera with Around
Use your iPhone or camera for video calls on Meet
Getting started
Detail lets you connect your iPhone, iPad, or any other external camera to your Mac. And it works with your built-in webcam too.
You can use Detail with any video platform like Zoom, Meet, Twitch, and Youtube Live.
Check out our quick video guide for getting started below or keep scrolling for more info.
Get the apps
If you haven't already, download and install Detail for macOS to get started.
If you want to use your iPhone or iPad as a camera, just Download Detail for iOS from the App Store.
You can connect iOS devices wirelessly or via USB. To get the best image quality and stability, connect your iPhone or iPad to your Mac via USB.
If you're using a DSLR or other camera, simply connect it with the hardware you'd normally use and it should appear as a camera option in Detail.
Can't see your camera in Detail? Email support@detail.co and we'll see if we can help.
Selecting your camera
When you open Detail for the first time, you'll see a selection of pre-made Scenes (combinations of cameras, images and text overlays) to help you get started.
You can edit existing Scenes or create a new Scene by clicking the "+" button in the Scenes drawer at the bottom of the window.
If you're editing an existing Scene, simply click the "Camera" icon in the menu (or press Shift-Command-C) to choose one of your connected cameras.
If you're creating a new Scene you'll be prompted to add a camera, image or text when you add the Scene. Click "Camera" (or press Shift-Command-C) add a camera to your Scene.
Using Detail with video call and streaming apps
Once you have Detail set up, "Detail Camera" should appear as an option in the video settings of your favorite streaming or video conferencing app.
Use your iPhone or camera for video calls with Zoom
Use Detail to stream on Twitch
Use Detail to stream on Youtube Live
Use your iPhone or camera with Around
Use your iPhone or camera for video calls on Meet

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Getting started
Detail lets you connect your iPhone, iPad, or any other external camera to your Mac. And it works with your built-in webcam too.
You can use Detail with any video platform like Zoom, Meet, Twitch, and Youtube Live.
Check out our quick video guide for getting started below or keep scrolling for more info.
Get the apps
If you haven't already, download and install Detail for macOS to get started.
If you want to use your iPhone or iPad as a camera, just Download Detail for iOS from the App Store.
You can connect iOS devices wirelessly or via USB. To get the best image quality and stability, connect your iPhone or iPad to your Mac via USB.
If you're using a DSLR or other camera, simply connect it with the hardware you'd normally use and it should appear as a camera option in Detail.
Can't see your camera in Detail? Email support@detail.co and we'll see if we can help.
Selecting your camera
When you open Detail for the first time, you'll see a selection of pre-made Scenes (combinations of cameras, images and text overlays) to help you get started.
You can edit existing Scenes or create a new Scene by clicking the "+" button in the Scenes drawer at the bottom of the window.
If you're editing an existing Scene, simply click the "Camera" icon in the menu (or press Shift-Command-C) to choose one of your connected cameras.
If you're creating a new Scene you'll be prompted to add a camera, image or text when you add the Scene. Click "Camera" (or press Shift-Command-C) add a camera to your Scene.
Using Detail with video call and streaming apps
Once you have Detail set up, "Detail Camera" should appear as an option in the video settings of your favorite streaming or video conferencing app.
Use your iPhone or camera for video calls with Zoom
Use Detail to stream on Twitch
Use Detail to stream on Youtube Live
Use your iPhone or camera with Around
Use your iPhone or camera for video calls on Meet

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