I'm eager to have it resolved too (I'm a bit OCD about stuff like this).
While QA hasn't been able to repro the issue, I've got another member of the UX team who can. I had the two principal developers in my office this morning looking at the symptoms, and when we last spoke (about two hours ago) they had not yet been able to diagnose what appears to be a permissions issue on some - but not all - Windows 11 hosts.
Something I'd be interested in seeing is a screengrab of your Windows 11 "Settings > Privacy and security > Camera" panel showing the entries listed below the "Let desktop apps access your camera" switch.
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Forward progress! Thank you!!I can provide a little update:
I have managed to capture the attention of some very smart people (I just sharpen their pencils most days), and there is a concerted effort underway to get to the bottom of this problem. It's complicated, but we have eliminated a lot of things, and just now we found (we think) where the code is failing; the remaining question is why ... so, progress, but not yet a solution .
Win 11 Pro.As one more data point:
Could those who are seeing this issue (specifically, that - in Windows 11 - when you select a webcam as the source for Screen Capture, it does not result in a corresponding NDI output) tell me whether you are running the Home or Pro versions of Win 11? (To check, you can enter the command "winver" into the Window search bar.)
Thanks in advance!
Yeay well done! Could you please keep us in touch for the release date ?After spending much of yesterday (well into the evening) and part of this morning on it, I'm happy to report that the aforementioned smart people seem to have successfully resolved this problem.
It's not clear yet whether (after more testing) the fix will result in a patch for the current release, or await the next major version (which is not terribly far off); but at least it's real progress,
p.s., not sure this will solve the ATEM issue, but if it presents itself to the system as a typical webcam, I'd expect it to.