The Snapchat desktop application Snap Camera now allows users to apply cartoon filters similar to Disney/DreamWorks/Pixar during Zoom calls. The multimedia messaging application has a style cartoon filter in its mobile version, which is now in the desktop application. This development will make you look like a DreamWorks cartoon on Zoom, even though the scope of expression is limited. It works well because it uses Snapchat’s filtering algorithm, which is very accurate in tracking motion and facial expressions.

If you want to look like a DreamWorks cartoon during a Zoom call, you need to follow a few steps and remember some prerequisites. Make sure you are using Windows 10/macOS 10.13 or higher. You also need to grant some permissions to the Snap Camera application on the desktop. So please keep reading to understand exactly what you need to do.

How to use the Snap Camera cartoon filter on Zoom:

  1. If prompted, open the application and grant it access to the camera and microphone.

  2. In the lens list below the camera feed, browse the “Featured” section and find Cartoon style By Snap Inc (Searching for cartoon style in the search box may not show the correct filter).

  3. Select it and you should see it applied in the camera feed.

  4. Now, go to Zoom and join/start the meeting.

  5. In the lower left corner, you can see the video options, click Up arrow And choose Snap camera.

  6. Your Zoom call should now have the Snap Camera Cartoon Style filter applied (make sure the Snap Camera application is running in the background).

Start Zoom first, and then run Snap Camera. “No camera input available” error may occur because Zoom is using the camera. Therefore, ideally, you should first run the Snap Camera application, apply filters, and then switch to Zoom with the Snap Camera application running in the background.

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