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It’s not always easy to pinpoint the cause of a camera issue on the Mac, but troubleshooting the problem is rarely difficult. Most camera-related issues and errors on the Mac are minor, and you can usually solve them in a few steps. However, if you’ve tried the above fixes and still can’t use your camera, contact Apple for further assistance.
If you have not yet activated FaceTime, you need to do so before you can turn FaceTime "ON". Help on how to activate and how to troubleshoot other Mac FaceTime problems are available in Troubleshooting FaceTime. If you need to post back for more help, please confirm that your posted MacBook Pro, Mac OS X (10.7.3) info is correct.
Now reopen the FaceTime and the camera should work now; 3. Fix FaceTime Camera Not Connected in Display. Sometimes FaceTime HD camera not working on MacBook is because it’s stuck on the internal camera and cannot select the display camera automatically; you can enable the camera manually. Open FaceTime on your Mac
Quit FaceTime, then open FaceTime again. Restart your Mac (Apple menu > Restart). Make sure that FaceTime isn't open, then see if your camera works in another application, such as Photo Booth. If it doesn't, you know that the issue isn't related to FaceTime.
FaceTime and FaceTime audio calling might not be available for all countries, regions, or carriers. FaceTime isn't available or might not appear on devices purchased in Saudi Arabia, Pakistan, and United Arab Emirates, including Dubai. However, with iOS 11.3 or later, FaceTime is available on iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch in Saudi Arabia.
This article describes basic troubleshooting tips for fixing FaceTime for Mac if it is not working properly. Via FaceTime, you place video calls or receive calls from other iOS (iPad, iPhone, iPod), macOS, or OSX (Mac) users via WiFI or cellular networks. If you are living in certain countries
Fix: FaceTime Camera Not Working. To fix the problem with your FaceTime camera, you will need to force-quit the VDCAssistant process. So, the services and programs that use this process will be available to rerun it when needed. That’s how the camera-to-program connection will be established again. To do that follow these steps.
How to Fix FaceTime Camera Not Working. Melvin November 22, When faced with the FaceTime no camera available on MacBook, the easiest fix to try is restarting your mac. (daemon) that controls the functionality of the built-in iSight camera on the Mac OS. If your camera is not working on a Mac Pro or Air, this is one of those processes
I did it all but still have the same problem “There is no connected camera” I tried that ‘sudo killall VDCAssistant’ and it says “no matching processes were found” I did cold restart my macbook white and it’s still have the same camera’s problem, please anyone help me with this problem :
How to restart the FaceTime Camera in Mac OS X. Quit all applications that are using the camera (for example Photo Booth, Skype, Google Hangouts webpage, etc). Open Terminal from Applications > Utilities > Terminal. (How to find the terminal app in OS X.) At the command line, write the following command: sudo killall VDCAssistant

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