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Video-conference like a pro with XSplit VCam

This simple tool will help you safeguard your privacy at home while you video chat with work
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03.24.20
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If you haven't already been asked to work from home as a result of the coronavirus outbreak, chances are it's only a matter of time until your company requests that you forgo your regular office and set up shop in your living room for the foreseeable future.

And while it will be nice to be closer to your family during these uncertain times, you'll also inevitably be asked to participate in way more video conferences than you're likely used to—as individuals and industries quickly try to adapt to a fully-remote work life.

XSplit VCam is here to ensure that you're able to stay professional while maintaining your privacy at home by allowing you to completely blur or replace your background on camera, and it's currently available for over 55 percent off at just $20.

This video conferencing and chat tool makes it easy to connect with everyone ranging from friends and family to bosses and interviewers without having to expose your surroundings or compromise your privacy.

Without having to use an expensive or cumbersome green screen, XSplit VCam allows you to remove, replace, or even blur your background during a video call with a single click. Simply open the app, add XSplit VCam as your primary camera source, and you'll be off to the races.

This app is also fully compatible with go-to streaming platforms such as Open Broadcaster and Streamlabs, and it works seamlessly with all major video-chat applications and conferencing solutions—meaning you won't have to install any third-party apps or hardware.

Embrace your new work-from-home reality by keeping up with work and friends while maintaining your privacy. Usually priced at $50, XSplit VCam is currently available for just $20—over 55 percent off its usual price for a limited time.

Prices are subject to change.

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