EpocCam is an iOS app from Kinoni that “transforms your iOS device into webcam for Windows and macOS, completely replacing USB-webcam or integrated camera.” Features include wireless connection (or connection via USB cable), compatibility with FaceTime, Skype, Chrome, QuickTime, Streamlabs OBS, etc., and more, such as:
• High quality realtime video streaming to computer – quality comparable to most expensive USB-webcams
• Support both cameras – use device back camera for best quality and front-facing camera for easy self-portraits
• Fully replaces USB webcam or integrated webcam – works with all webcam-enabled applications
• Use the flashlight in dark environment (EpocCam HD)
• Tap to focus and autofocus modes (EpocCam HD)
• Audio support, use your phone as a wireless microphone (EpocCam HD)
• Manually choose connection between WiFi, USB and NDI (EpocCam HD)
• Publish video to Syphon framework on Mac – use EpocCam as source to Isadora, Modul8, GrandVJ and other applications
EpocCam 2019.5 is a limited free app for iOS 10.3 and later, as well as Android.
EpocCam Webcamera for Computer 2019.9 for iOS 10.3 and later adds more capabilities, such as 1080p quality, telephoto camera and green screen support, etc., at $7.99.
EpocCam MultiCam 2018.2 for iOS 10.3 and later, priced at $19.99, lets you connect up to four iOS devices to a Mac with support for both front and back cameras and 1080p video at 30 fps, as well as “flashlight” illumination, and more.
EpocCam iPhone Webcam Viewer 1.1 is a free download for OS X 10.7 and later.
Kinoni’s driver software 1.7 is available as a plug-in installer package for macOS 10.12 and later, as well as Windows.
(A Macworld article has more information about setup and operation.)