Mac OS support

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quintusii
Hi Michael,

Hi Michael,
thank you so much for your work. Virtual Here client is working great on a MacMini M1 with 12.0.1. I'm only having one minor issue. If the connection is lost for some reason (like a reboot. I've setup my VirtualHere Server to reboot every night) the client is not working properly. I can use the device (in my case an iLok) and it shows up in VirtualHere like normal but it can't be used. If I quit the client and start it again everything is back to normal.
it's not a big thing since I usually restart the client computer as well, but If I have something running over night this could be an issue.

Michael
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OK i suspect it might be a bug in MacOS 12.0.1 . If you could try to upgrade to 12.1 when that comes out very soon. See if that resolves the issue. If not post here and ill investigate..

EricB
VirtualHere Client on OSX Monterrey 12.4

I am attempting to get the OSX client to work on Mac OS Monterrey 12.4. The client is successfully connecting to the server (on Raspberry Pi), and the device is showing up, however, I am unable to get any output from the client. I can open Facetime, and it works with the built-in camera, but if I select the Lightburn camera (which is connected to the Pi), I am getting no output video. Any ideas what could be the issue here? I'm trying to use this with Lightburn software, and the Lightburn camera does show up, but again, the video is not present. Is there a way to debug this?

Michael
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Isochronous devices like webcams and speakers are not supported in Monterery due to Apple limitations. I have several open tickets about that, so hopefully they can add support in a later MacOS.

EricB
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Thank you, I wish Apple would play better with others!

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