Hi John, our software only recognizes devices that show up as standard USB webcams. While we have not tested with a Star Tech USB 3.0 HDMI Video Capture specifically, as it appears to connect via USB I believe it should be recognized.
Hi John, neither the Sony camera or Elgato captur card are supported by our software. Capture cards in general will not likely work due to how GoToMeeting recognize's hardware components. If the Sony camera can be recognized as a camera by connecting over USB directly to your computer and you can stream video-out from your computer to the capture card, then I think that might work; I just cannot guarantee that any setup will work with these components, so I don't want to encourage you to spend too much time on this.
Hi Emilia, I'm sorry but GoToMeeting is not going to recognize your DSLR camera as a webcam. You may be able to make this work by using a 3rd party software to make your camera appear as a webcam to your computer, but you would need to Google this and test the software as it is not something we can provide technical support for.
I have a query similar to the thread. I am trying to connect Sony MC2500 with GTM as the main camera instead of webcam. As GTM only supports the USB ports, if I convert the HDMI to USB, does GTM gonna support the Sony camera.?
Hi @MonyAhsan I'm sorry to say that camera connection converters may not be compatible with GoTo broadcasts, as the software is primarily looking for a basic, plug-and-play webcam connection (USB).