Vidrio puts your webcam stream behind your windows. Then you share or record your screen — suddenly, your holographic screen floats between you and your audience. You gesture with your hand, and their heads follow. Vidrio makes for effortlessly engaging screencasts.
FOR REMOTE PRESENTATIONS
Zoom? Skype? Whatever your company is using for screen sharing, Vidrio works with it. Stand out above your colleagues’ remote presentations with a holographic display.
Sick of making screencasts with your face sitting sadly in the corner? Up your game with a holographic display. Works with QuickTime, and all other screen recorders.
• Opacity slider. Sometimes you want to just show your screen. Sometimes you want to just show your face. And sometimes in-between.
• Pause/unpause. It's mute for your face. Use to occasionally show off your screen with no interference. Unpause, and Vidrio is back.
• Keyboard hotkeys. A true magician never reveals. You don't want to mess around in the menu while you’re presenting. Professionals use the keyboard.
• Webcam selector. Too many webcams? Using an external webcam? Select it with the menu. Remember, Vidrio is best with a webcam above your screen.
• Display selector. Home office pimped out with external displays? Select your biggest and brightest display from the Vidrio menu, and your beautiful face will teleport to it.
A bug-fix. Vidrio Pro features are still free for COVID-19!
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Simple and effective
It does exactly one thing, and does it seamlessly. Super useful for presenting remotely or on a shared screen.
- James Fisher
- 3.8 MB
OS X 10.10 or later, 64-bit processor
English, Arabic, French, German, Hindi, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Swedish, Ukrainian
- Age Rating
- © 2020 James Fisher
Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.