use the same video filters in Google meet,microsoft team,zoom.
Every video calling software lets you use its own set of backgrounds and filters to modify your face or your background.
You have to select a different one every time you connect to a different video calling service. It be a lot easier if you could access the same set of video filters and effects for any of the video conference tools you used.
The good news is that you can do this if you install the Snap Camera app for Windows and macOS. Let’s take a look at how you can tap into the same set of filters or ‘lenses’ in Google Meet, Microsoft Teams and Zoom.
It’s okay if you use other third-party video conference solutions because the basic steps remain the same. Let’s look at how this can be done on a Windows machine.
What you need:
2.Snap Camera installed from https://snapcamera.snapchat.com/
How to Use Snap Camera:
The overall method is the same irrespective of the video calling service: You have to change the video source setting to “Snap Camera”. The lenses you download and select will appear in the video conferencing app or service.
For Google meet
- Visit meet.google.com and sign in with your Google account.
- Click on the Gear icon to enter the meeting settings.
- Click Video on the left hand side of the Settings pane.
- Click the drop-down list under Camera and select Snap Camera.
- Close the Settings pane and start/join a video meeting.
For Microsoft Teams:
1.Launch Microsoft Teams, enter your credentials to sign in.
2.Click your profile icon in the top right-hand corner of the Teams window and select Settings.
3. Here, select Devices
4.click on the drop-down list under Camera to choose Snap Camera.
1.The steps are easier and more intuitive in Zoom.
2.Start or join a meeting.
3.Click the arrow above the Video source button and choose Snap Camera.
TIP: Enable Hot Keys in Snap Camera
You should also enable hot keys in Snap Camera to activate and deactivate the animated video lenses without opening the Snap Camera app repeatedly. To do this, right click the Snap Camera icon in the notification area and select Settings. Scroll down to the Hot Keys section, click in the Turn Lens On/Off field and press a key combination of your choice. Click the Save button and close the Settings dialog box.
Now you will be able to use activate/deactivate a last used lens in any of the video calling tools you use – as long as the video source is set to Snap Camera, as shown above.