Camera settings

Updated: 07/07/2023

Click on the camera settings icon to display the following screen.

Select the webcam to be used to move the Live2D model.
Once a webcam is selected, the selected camera will be selected by default for the next time.

You can select this option after setting up the connection with the “nizima LIVE TRACKER” application for mobile devices.
You can choose which mobile device camera to use.

Collaboration camera
Used for collaboration functions. Use this setting to select from the camera of the collaborator to whom you want to assign movements to the Live2D model.
Deselects the camera.
Mobile connections

Click this item to display the following screen. This screen is used to connect to the “nizima LIVE TRACKER” application for mobile devices.
You can select whether to connect via Wi-Fi or USB using the tabs.

Connect via Wi-Fi
Connect via USB
Reset expression
Sets the state of the face as seen by the camera to the front of the Live2D model.
Using this when a Live2D model does not move well may improve the movement.
Advanced settings

On the basis of live images read by the webcam, this item displays tracking landmarks, switches between webcams and between hand tracking cameras, and displays advanced settings such as resetting expressions and resetting hands.

You can configure camera settings for the webcam, mobile camera, and collaboration camera.

Face tracking camera

Sets the camera used for face tracking.

Hand tracking camera

Specify the webcam used for hand tracking.

Reset expression

Resets the state of the facial expression as seen by the camera.

Reset right hand, Reset both hands, Reset left hand

Reset the status of each hand as seen by the camera.

The position where the hand is shown to the camera and stopped for 1 second is used as the reference. While in standby mode, these buttons change to a cancel button.

Hand tracking

When turned on, the hand tracking camera is enabled.


Live-action images are not displayed.

Virtual camera ON/OFF

When turned on, nizima LIVE video can be output as a virtual camera for videoconferencing tools, etc.


By using a virtual camera, you can directly display nizima LIVE video as an avatar without having to go through streaming software such as OBS Studio.

Virtual camera namenizima LIVE Virtual Camera
Frame rate30 fps
Items displayed as virtual camera images• Live2D model
• Items
• Background (image, single color)
• Logo (in the free version, displayed in the same state as the application side)
Items not displayed as virtual camera images• Model list
• Main menu
• Bottom-right operation icons (Help, Lock, etc.)
• Icons for switching between multiple models (when multiple models are displayed)
• General UI other than model display launched in a new window
Behavior with transparent backgroundBackground is not transparent and is displayed in black
  • If appearance correction or low light correction is applied on the conference tool side, the color of the Live2D model may be blown out.
    Please turn off the correction setting in the conference tool.
  • The Mac version does not support a virtual camera.

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