VirtualEyez (was VirtualEyes) performs greenscreen removal for multiple cameras in real-time using the Mac's GPU (both chroma and luma keying). The composited camera image (8-bit frame buffer with pre-multiplied alpha channel) is reflected to all clients of the VirtualEyez camera driver(s). Up to 3 cameras can be keyed in real-time with the output switched via keyboard control, mouse, or MIDI. Very low-latency output compatible with the new AVFoundation CMIO camera drivers. Also compatible with old QuickTime applications via the VDIG (video digitizer) driver.
Free vs. Paid: Starting with version 2.0, one channel of greenscreen functionality is included for free so you can fully explore the features of the app. Additional channels require a paid license. The leftmost (channel 0) channel should always be available. The middle and right channels (1 and 2) are only fully enabled when a valid license has been entered and activated.
DIY Greenscreen: We now recommend using compact flourescent bulbs. Incandescent bulbs which cast a more orange-hued light, consume more power and have less stable characteristics for lighting a greenscreen. For best results use "daylight bulbs" with a wide-spectrum, white output.
Updated on May 20 2020
VirtualEyez now with eight channels of 1280x720p HD video with greenscreen removal and integrated screencasting. Combine live camera sources with screencasting from incoming Skype or FaceTime (or indeed, from the contents of any onscreen window) along with screen casting of any iOS Device