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Fix Mac camera problems

Fix Mac Camera Problems

Use this online tool to test your camera and find solutions to fix it on Mac

By using this tool, you agree with our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy.

Introduction to the Webcam Test online tool

Webcam Test allows you to test your camera directly in your browser. It also provides instructions to fix your camera on many devices and with many voice and video calls applications.

There are many reasons why your camera might not be working. You might have camera issues if the application using the camera doesn’t have the correct settings. Or the camera might not function at all on your device, regardless of the application you're using.

After starting the test, if your camera is working you’ll see in your browser the video that the camera is capturing. If your camera is not working, you’ll see an error message. In that case you can check out the instructions to fix camera issues specific to your device or application.

With our webcam test your privacy is totally protected: no video data is sent over the internet. Check out the “No data transfers” section below to learn more.

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Privacy Protected

We develop online tools that are executed locally on your device. So our tools don't need to send your files or audio and video data over the internet in order to process them. All the work is done locally by the browser itself, making our tools fast and secure! Note that if you use our location or sharing tools, location data or the data you share will be sent over the internet.

Whereas most other online tools send files to remote servers in order to perform operations on them, we don't. With us, your privacy is protected!

We achieve this by using the latest web technologies: HTML5 and WebAssembly, a form of code that is run by the browser allowing our online tools to execute at near-native speed.

For more details, check our Privacy Policy.

Camera properties descriptions

Aspect Ratio

The aspect ratio of the camera resolution: i.e. the resolution's width divided by the resolution's height

Frame Rate

The frame rate is the number of frames (static snapshots) the camera captures per second.


The camera resolution's height.


The camera resolution's width.