MacOS, versions 10.10 and newer. It may also work on 10.9 but has not been well tested
Video capture hardware
- Magewell Pro Capture HDMI (PCIe on a hackintosh)
- Magewell XI100XUSB-HDMI (USB 3.0)
- Blackmagic Intensity Shuttle (Thunderbolt)
- Blackmagic Intensity Extreme (Thunderbolt)
- Blackmagic Intensity Pro 4k (PCIe on a hackintosh)
- Blackmagic Intensity Pro (PCIe on a hackintosh)
- Avermedia Live Gamer Portable 2 (USB)
- Inogeni HDMI/DVI to USB 3.0
Video capture notes
USB devices: If the device presents itself as an UVC capable device it will most likely work.
Blackmagic: It is likely most of the Blackmagic line will work, CocoaSplit has native (via their SDK) support for them and the API appears to be unified across their product lines
As a general rule, if it shows up as an available video source in Quicktime, it will work with CocoaSplit.
- Facetime cameras built into Macbooks and iMacs
- Logitech Pro HD C920
The same rule that applies to video capture devices also applies to webcams. If quicktime can record it, CocoaSplit can too
There is no direct support for CocoaSplit in the StreamDeck software. You can use AppleScript to control CocoaSplit and have the StreamDeck execute an application that runs the Applescript.