Virtualbox has the option for a MacOS virtual machine in it’s New VM dialog, but we will need to make further adjustments to make it truly Mac-ready. Pop open Virtualbox, and Create a new Virtual Machine. Name this MacOS Mojave, and set it to Mac OS X (64-bit). I have an old Mac Mini running Mavericks running EvoCam 4.2.6 (old software no longer available). The Mac Mini is connected via WiFi to an Amcrest camera. The Mac Mini is not compatible with the built in mic on the Amcrest, so I have a USB microphone running from the Mac Mini. Video comes from the Amcrest and audio from the USB mic. From VirtualBox Settings select the Verison Mac OS X 64 bit. Mukhtar Jafari Post author January 1, 2018 at 11:30 PM Reply. From VirtualBox, Settings select the Verison Mac OS X 64 bit. Steffen December 30, 2017 at 8:40 AM Reply. I got everything to work without issues the. Open up your VirtualBox application and click New Click Expert Mode and select the following options then click Create. Demi rose walk twitter. Type a suitable Virtual Machine Name. Virtual Machine Location (a.I installed a MacOS on a Windows 10 host by following the article 'install-macos-10-14-mojave-virtualbox-windows' at techsviewer. com.
I noticed a huge lag when starting the machine for the first time. The mouse was very slow and I got multiple keystrokes, hitting one key (e.g. 'a') would result in multiple characters (e.g. 'aaaa'). I found a post indicating that VirtualBox should be started using 'RunAs Administrator'. That seemed to help but after a while the lag returned.
I then moved the MacOS guest to another host. There I could give it more resources: 4GB > 8GB RAM, 2 CPU > 4 CPU. The MacOS seemed to run more stable, without lag. I then tried to run a higher screen resolution and used the following command to upgrade to 1280x1024
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vboxmanage setextradata 'VMNAME' 'VBoxInternal2/EfiGraphicsResolution' '1280x1024'