I do not see ManyCam in the list of webCams for GotoMeeting on Mac OS.
I do see it in Skype and other MacOS apps.
I know Google Chrome has an issue on Mac with accessing ManyCam but is there a way to access it via GotoMeeting?
Update: While this would not work on my Macbook Pro (which I use for work) running Mojave 10.14.6, it did work on my Mac Pro running High Sierra 10.13.6. I am wondering if the issue might be the OS version, hardware or third party security software restricting WebCam access via GotoMeeting.
It is the same issue as with Chrome. GoToMeeting developers turned on hardened runtime (appeared in 10.14 or so) to their app and this prevents it from showing ManyCam.
As a workaround you may try to use older version of GoToMeeting, something released 1 year ago or so.
You may also try to contact GoToMeeting support/developers and and ask to add “Disable Library Validation Entitlement” to their app (more info: https://developer.apple.com/documentation/bundleresources/entitlements/com_apple_security_cs_disable-library-validation?language=objc).
I’ve contacted the GoToMeeting team regarding this issue. Hopefully they’ll consider the proposed changes.
Since it works fine with the latest GTM on a Mac running the older OS 10.13 they might not have a choice given a lot of enterprises run GTM.
WebEx works fine with ManyCam but the fact that Google Chrome and GTM are not allowing ManyCam to appear is a concern. For Mac users there not a lot of options using a solution like ManyCam.
Fair enough. I think both GoToMeeting and Chrome will resolve these issues eventually since this has affected not only ManyCam, but all other virtual webcam software as well.