@ + kekz. why dont you try this
What you need:
A GoPro obviously… Be sure to have the latest firmware installed!)
OBS-VirtualCam Plugin (for webcam use)
Install OBS Studio
Install OBS-VirtualCam Plugin
Install FFmpeg or extract the binaries into a folder of your choice e.g. C:/FFmpeg
Connect your computer to your GoPro’s WiFi (I needed several tries before my PC actually connected to my GoPro. If it doesn’t open the GoPro Quik application on your PC and try again.)
Open following URL in your browser: http://10.5.5.9/gp/gpControl/execute?p1=gpStream&a1=proto_v2&c1=restart
This will start your GoPro’s stream. It’s the same that you see on your smartphone once it is connected to your GoPro.
Open the folder where FFmpeg is located in a command prompt and execute the following line:
ffmpeg -fflags nobuffer -f:v mpegts -probesize 8192 -i udp://10.5.5.100:8554 -f mpegts -vcodec copy udp://localhost:10000
This creates a new local stream from your GoPro’s stream.
On Windows: Be sure to allow the network connection of FFmpeg through your firewall: Check both private and public as your GoPro’s WiFi is by default a public WiFi!
Open OBS Studio and add a new Media Source with the following settings:
Uncheck Local File
Input Format: mpegts
You should be all set and see your GoPro’s video stream in OBS Studio now. Go to Tools>VirtualCam and hit Start. Be happy and use your GoPro as a Webcam.
Optional (preferred) method:
Do steps 1-4 from above.
Additionally, install Python and download the script from the link above and place it in the folder where FFmpeg is located
Open the script in a text editor and edit line number 43 to be: STREAM=True
Start the script in a command shell via:
The script handles the connection to your GoPro and starts FFmpeg for you.
Continue at step 7 from above.
Voila, you got yourself a GoPro Hero Webcam.
Let me know in the comments if this works for you or if you got any problems following this guide!