[ubuntu-studio-users] Android as webcam and microphone

Takashi Sasaki takashisasaki.sapm at aol.com
Wed Jun 10 11:22:43 UTC 2020

 Hi Auro.

If you need to take you on camera, It can be helpful UVC standards camera.
but, If you want to use just skype app, you can install it on ubuntu studio.you need to skype page, and download skype for deb (Debian), and install it.if you want to use Google chat, you can use it on web browser.

Both way (Skype app on Ubuntu Studio, and Google Chat on browser), I'm in usual.

I hope you will be work smoothly and comfortably in safe.

Takashi Sasaki 
-----Original Message-----
From: Ross Mohn <rpmohn at waxandwane.org>
To: ubuntu-studio-users at lists.ubuntu.com
Sent: Wed, Jun 10, 2020 6:06 am
Subject: Re: [ubuntu-studio-users] Android as webcam and microphone

 The scrcpy app might work for you. https://github.com/Genymobile/scrcpy  
      sudo snap install scrcpy 
  On 6/9/20 2:28 PM, AURO KUMAR SAHOO wrote:
My laptop has some problem so I have to use my desktop. Due to covid 19, my town is in lock down and I have no webcam with me. 
  I am running ubuntu studio on my desktop. Can I use my android phone as a webcam and audio from camera feed into my ubuntu studio desktop for video audio conference related things. 
  I can use my mobile but the online lecture class are not visible clearly on small screen and it's painful for 1 hr too. 
  I have tried droid app, ip table but not connect successful. They have dedicated application for windows but for Linux there are some command line and it's difficult for me. 
  That's why I want to use my desktop for video chat application like Google meet or Skype. 
  If you can help me in this regard. 
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