Canon announces the macOS Full Production Version of EOS Webcam Utility Software

With over 1 million downloads across the globe with 300,000 of them in the United States alone, the next chapter in the EOS Webcam Utility software story has been written. Continuing to fulfill the very apparent need of our customers, Canon U.S.A., Inc., a leader in digital imaging solutions, today announced the full production version 1.0 of the EOS Webcam Utility Software for macOS as well as version 1.1 for Windows. Now officially out of beta, macOS users, as well as Windows users, have access to the software, which converts compatible Canon EOS Interchangeable Lens (ILC) and PowerShot cameras into high-quality webcams for video conferencing and streaming.

Rooted with ease and convenience at its core, the EOS Webcam Utility software is a direct result of the market shift that Canon identified; and, adhering to the needs of our customer base, Canon designed a software that produces high-quality video streaming. Now compatible with 43 Canon EOS ILC and PowerShot cameras, including the new EOS M50 Mark II, the complete list of compatible Canon cameras includes:

EOS-1D X Mark IIIEOS 6DEOS Rebel T7iEOS Rebel T6EOS M6 Mark II
EOS-1D X Mark IIEOS 7D Mark IIEOS Rebel T6sEOS Rebel T5EOS M50 Mark II
EOS-1D XEOS 7DEOS Rebel T6iEOS Rebel T3EOS M50
EOS-1D CEOS 90DEOS Rebel T5iEOS Rebel T100EOS M200
EOS 5DS REOS 80DEOS Rebel T3iEOS R5PowerShot G5X Mark II
EOS 5DSEOS 77DEOS Rebel SL3EOS R6PowerShot G7X Mark III
EOS 5D Mark IVEOS 70DEOS Rebel SL2EOS RaPowerShot SX70 HS
EOS 6D Mark IIEOS Rebel T8iEOS Rebel T7EOS RP

Another common conversation theme within the beta software forums was compatibility with third-party applications. As of announcement day, the new production version of the software has been tested* with various video conferencing applications as well as streaming applications** including:

  • Cisco Webex®
  • Facebook® Messenger
  • Streamlabs OBS®
  • Discord®
  • Microsoft Teams®
  • YouTube® Live
  • Facebook® Live
  • HangoutsTM
  • Hangouts MeetTM
  • Open Broadcaster Software®
  • ZOOM®
  • Skype®
  • Apple® FaceTime®
  • Slack®page2image7126208page2image7117760

Moreover, customers have desired to record a high-quality video file onto the memory card in their camera while video conferencing or streaming, and we listened. This can now be achieved*** by simply pressing the record button on the camera and not through the software.

Without customers sharing their points of view, experiences and preferences via the EOS Webcam Utility software user forums, the software would not have reached this level of success. Moving forward, Canon will continue to lean on customers, listen to the market and create innovative solutions that fulfill customer’s needs – while continuing to offer high quality, digital imaging equipment and solutions.

To download the full production version of the EOS Webcam Utility software version 1.0 for macOS and version 1.1 for Windows and learn how to use it, visit

The new software will be available worldwide and available for download directly from the Canon website in each region.

If you’d like to ask questions or provide feedback pertaining to the production version of EOS Webcam Utility software for macOS, please visit our newly created forum

*Tested to confirm the EOS Webcam Utility is selectable as a video source and the video feed is displayed properly with macOS 10.15(Catalina), 10.14(Mojave), and 10.13 (High Sierra). The macOS version may affect the usability of the application(s). For more detail, please visit our

**Subscription to a third party service required. Subject to third party service provider’s terms and conditions.

***Restrictions may apply depending on camera specifications, such as maximum video recording time

Neither Canon Inc. nor Canon U.S.A., Inc. represents or warrants any third-party product or feature referenced hereunder. All referenced product names and marks are trademarks of their owners and are hereby acknowledged.

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