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Videophoneing cannot get picture ofperson phoneing me,or the otherway round

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  • hlghlg May 11, 2010

    got a logitech running nice on mac
    also got skype . skype would not pick up the
    video webcam. who can help or do we have to say it's impossible.




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Hadnt ticked one of the boxes in the options program.thanks for your help.

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I can't get a fullscreen on my logitech webcam


A video call is a phone call that allows you to see the person on the other end of the line as you're talking. It's common in the conference rooms of major companies, but it is also available for individual home users. You have a number of options, just keep in mind that both you and the person you want to call need sign up for the service you choose for mutual video calling.

Skype The Skype video call service is a free service that allows you to call and view people live from your computer. You just need a webcam and computer or a videophone device. Create an account and download the Skype calling software to get started. Connect the camera device to your computer and follow the setup instructions to configure it with the software so that you can place calls at the same time your image displays on the screen. http://www.skype.com/intl/en-us/features/allfeatures/video-call/

SightSpeed from Logitech SightSpeed, a service of Logitech, is a paid service available for both consumers and businesses. The consumer version allows you to place calls using a special, streamlined video calling software program called Logitech Vid. Sign up for an account, download the software, connect your webcam when prompted, and place calls directly from the software using a headset. You can add friends and their photos to your Logitech Vid account to call someone in a simple click. b> http://www.logitech.com/en-us/349/5788?pcid=5787 Oovoo Oovoo allows you to place calls online while transmitting your video image to the other person. Two-way chats are free, or you can sign up for a monthly paid plan to add more participants (ideal for a small business). Download the Oovoo software, connect and configure your webcam and click the "Call" button. With this service, if the other caller doesn't have the Oovoo software or an account, he can call you from his browser instead. Send an invite for video chat to your friends from the program. b> http://www.oovoo.com/HowToooVooItem.aspx?pname=HowToooVooWebVideoCall Yahoo! Messenger Another free option for video calls is Yahoo! Messenger. This service is well known for text chatting, but also links directly with your webcam to deliver your video feed to your Yahoo! instant messenger screen. Use the Yahoo! Messenger software with a headset to place a call to your friend, who should have the same setup in order to receive video calls.
http://messenger.yahoo.com/ b> Change the Settings on a Logitech Quickcam Double-click on your Logitech Quickcam icon. This is generally one of your desktop icons. You can also click your Start menu option on the lower left of your screen and choose it from your list of programs. Click "Camera settings" on the right of the new window that comes up. You can also get to the camera settings by clicking "Quick capture" and then clicking the arrow on the far right. Choose which settings you want to work with first. You will have the option of Video and Audio. The video option controls the picture while the audio option controls the sound. Go back to your main window and click "Quick capture." This will activate your webcam and allow you to view what it will look like as you adjust the different settings. Move the bar back and forth on the Brightness, Contrast and Saturation. Do these one at a time while viewing the image on your webcam until you are satisfied with the quality of the picture. Click and un-click your Low Light Boost and Color Boost options to see which, if either, is needed to make your picture quality what you desire. You can turn these on and off based on the lighting of the room at the time. Click on your Audio option once you are satisfied with your picture quality. A check mark will appear if the volume is at a good level. If you choose to reset it, click the Configuration option. Follow the steps on the Configuration Wizard once you select the Configuration option. The wizard will walk you through testing the sound on your webcam to ensure quality during live webcam chats.
Use Logitech QuickCam Pro 9000 b> Install the software first by inserting the CD into your drive and then following the directions. When prompted, plug the USB cable into any USB port of your computer. Position the camera so it shows the best image of you and captures the best sound quality of your voice. Though this is typically at the top, center of your monitor, the device should not be more than three feet away from you. Test the audio reception. When you first start the camera, an "Audio Tuning Wizard" dialogue appears so you can adjust the sound quality and test audio settings. When you finish going through this dialogue, your QuickCam is ready to use. Run the QuickCam software to display the QuickCam bar. This software must be running before you can use external applications that require the camera or microphone. Preview how external applications would display QuickCam images by clicking on the first button. The "QuickCapture" dialogue appears and shows what the camera is seeing in real-time. To test still images or video, click the "Take Photo" or "Record Video" buttons respectively. Use as much light as possible when filming yourself. Though the RightLight technology does improve the picture, it tends to slow down the frame rate. You can prevent this by evenly lighting your self as brightly as you can. Listen to the sound quality of the microphone by connecting earphones to your PC and then speaking in a normal level. You should be able to hear your voice without any distortions. Adjust settings as needed by clicking on the fourth gear button to display the "Settings" dialogue. Improve the sound by clicking the "Audio Settings" tab. Then increase the volume and enable "Suppress Background Noise." If you are hearing an echo during web conversations, enable "Cancel Echo." Improve the video frame rate if it is slow by clicking the "Webcam" tab and running off "Face Tracking." Then click the third "RightLight Settings" tab and disable "Use Automatic RightLight Settings." Play with the video effects by first running an external phone or messaging program such as Skype or Google Chat. Then click on the second masks button on the QuickCam bar to display the "Video Effects" dialogue. Click an effect or filter until it appears at the top of the dialogue. Then click on the green play button to apply it to the video image of the external program. (These effects do not affect the image in the "QuickCapture" dialogue.) To stop the filter, click the red stop button on the top of the "Video Effects" dialogue. Try out the privacy shade by clicking the third shade button to display the "Privacy Shade" dialogue. This replaces the QuickCam video in an external program with a picture.

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Hi I just got Microsoft LifeCam VX-700 today. I've plugged it in and I want to use it on MSN. But when I've pressed Video Call my friend can hear me but cant see me. It says that it isn't connected....?


Sometimes the problem is internet connection low, try to refresh the router by turning it off and on.

Otherway, your operating system is not updated like for windows xp service pack 2. sometimes webcam not working, try to download installer for service pack 3 and install the update.

Dec 28, 2010 | Microsoft Life Cam Vx-700 Webcam

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The images seen through the web camera are hazzy


the little round thing on the front of the webcam (Round Black) around the lens is the focus controller
you can manually focus the webcam that way.. please vote on this pose and rate me... thanks.

Dec 02, 2010 | Logitech Webcam

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My web cam is only video capture no picture capture.


Hello there

From the start menu, left click on control menu (these are the steps for XP yours might be a little different). Then on the dialog box that pops up, left click on the "Printers and other Hardware" option.

Another dialog box will pop up. Left click on the scanners and cameras option to bring another dialog box up. From there double click with the left mouse key on the icon for your camera. This will bring up the "Scanner and Camera Wizard."

Left click the next key to get to the image capture screen, position the camera and left click on the word "Take Picture" below the image. The image will show up on the scrolling menu next to the image capture part of the box. Select it (left click the small box next to the image to get a check mark in the box) or use the select all option to get all pictures, then left click the next key.

Select the picture destination from the drop down menus that appear and hit the next key to save. The next dialog box will ask what is to be done with the pictures. Select the option in front of the correct choice and hit the next key to bring up the final screen.

From here the picture location will be able to be opened. Left click on finish if finished or select the other appropriate choice. The images should be on the computer and ready to work with.
If there is no scanner and camera wizard available try the next option(if you are using iphoto plus).

Open iPhoto Plus and left click on the file option. From the drop down menu, scroll down to acquire and select source. Left click on select source.

From the dialog box that pops up, select your particular camera by left clicking on the down arrow key and scroll downward until your camera is found. Select the camera from the list by left clicking on it and then left click the ok button. (If your camera is already selected, this step may be unnecessary).

Now left click on the file button again select acquire and then left click on image. From the box that comes up make sure the radial button--the round area before the options--before the word "image" has a dark circle in it indicating it is selected. Then left click on the acquire button.

A dialog box will appear that is titled "acquire pictures from video". Position the camera for what picture is desired then left click on the capture button.

The picture will appear in a drop down menu on the other side of the video feed. Scroll down if need be and select the picture or left click the "select all" button if you would like all of them and then left click get pictures.

Now all the pictures should appear in iPhoto Plus. Save them to your computer with the save option or edit them at your leisure.


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Mircro innovations basic web cam


Try turning the round plastic lens holder, some adjust like that. As for the darkness, that's determined by the lighting in the room. Some cams are better than others, but a lot of them require good lighting. Hope this helps.

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How to take still pic with webcam MCNIC50C


  1. Step 1 Make sure your Web cam is hooked up to the USB port on the back of the computer and installed appropriately and the computer is on and ready.
  2. Step 2 From the start menu, left click on control menu (these are the steps for XP yours might be a little different). Then on the dialog box that pops up, left click on the "Printers and other Hardware" option.
    (If you don't have XP but have iPhoto Plus, skip to step 7.
  3. Step 3 Another dialog box will pop up. Left click on the scanners and cameras option to bring another dialog box up. From there double click with the left mouse key on the icon for your camera. This will bring up the "Scanner and Camera Wizard."
  4. Step 4 Left click the next key to get to the image capture screen, position the camera and left click on the word "Take Picture" below the image. The image will show up on the scrolling menu next to the image capture part of the box. Select it (left click the small box next to the image to get a check mark in the box) or use the select all option to get all pictures, then left click the next key.
  5. Step 5 Select the picture destination from the drop down menus that appear and hit the next key to save. The next dialog box will ask what is to be done with the pictures. Select the option in front of the correct choice and hit the next key to bring up the final screen.
  6. Step 6 From here the picture location will be able to be opened. Left click on finish if finished or select the other appropriate choice. The images should be on the computer and ready to work with.
    If there is no scanner and camera wizard available try the next option.
  7. Step 7 Open iPhoto Plus and left click on the file option. From the drop down menu, scroll down to acquire and select source. Left click on select source.
  8. Step 8 From the dialog box that pops up, select your particular camera by left clicking on the down arrow key and scroll downward until your camera is found. Select the camera from the list by left clicking on it and then left click the ok button. (If your camera is already selected, this step may be unnecessary).
  9. Step 9 Now left click on the file button again select acquire and then left click on image. From the box that comes up make sure the radial button--the round area before the options--before the word "image" has a dark circle in it indicating it is selected. Then left click on the acquire button. (Read tips for other options).
  10. Step 10 A dialog box will appear that is titled "acquire pictures from video". Position the camera for what picture is desired then left click on the capture button.
  11. Step 11 The picture will appear in a drop down menu on the other side of the video feed. Scroll down if need be and select the picture or left click the "select all" button if you would like all of them and then left click get pictures.
  12. Step 12 Now all the pictures should appear in iPhoto Plus. Save them to your computer with the save option or edit them at your leisure. Not sure if this helps but this is the way I take pics with my webcam. You can also see if there's a button on top of you webcam...Hope this helped any!

Sep 07, 2009 | Micro Innovations MCNIC50C Webcam

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Hiiya my webcam is really dark and cannot see myself on it


Usually there is a round circle right outside of the lens which you can turn to adjust the contrast. You see where the black round lens is? You have to turn the outside of the black do you see it?

Jan 28, 2009 | Labtec 961307-0914 Webcam

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The caller cannot see me although the video says it has started


To fix this you have to turn the round circle just outside of the lens until you get the clear picture.

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Normal 0 Try disconnecting the Camera from the USB port and reinstall the CD or Downloaded software program. When the program asks you to connect the camera to the USB port, do so and it should work.
Then to use it on the Web do this.
Web Camera’s have to be setup on the program they are to be used with. Just installing the camera on your computer does not set it up to broadcast on messengers or Skype.
Each program has Options that have to be setup in order for the Audio and Video to function properly.
A. Skype Setup:
After downloading and installing Skype (http://www.skype.com/intl/en-gb/download/skype/windows/beta/downloading/ ) set it up as follows:
  1. Go to Tools, then Options, and click on Audio Settings and set the Microphone and Speakers to the computer Audio Card.
  2. Then click on the Video Settings.
  3. The camera if Installed Properly will come up and show a video picture.
  4. Then, on the bottom of the page click on Save.
The camera and audio should function properly. Your friends and Family will now be able to see and her to you.
B. Yahoo Setup:
After downloading and installing Yahoo Messenger (http://www.soft32.com/download_30.html ) set it up as follows:
  1. Go to Messenger at the top left and click on it.
  2. Next go down to Preferences and click on it.
  3. Next Calling and Devices on the right and set the Microphone and Speakers to the computer Audio Card.
  4. Next go to the Test Audio section and (in blue writing) click on “Open the call setup assistant” and follow the instructions on the left window.
C. Windows Live Messenger:
  1. After you start Windows Live Messenger, expand the view by clicking on the square on top left next to the red X.
  2. Then on the Windows Live messenger window on the right side, click on “ “Show Menus.” And then click on “Show the Menu Bar”.
  3. Next go to the Menu Bar on right side, click on “ “Action.”
  4. Go to “TOOLS” and click “Audio and Video Setting” and follow the instructions.
NOTE: Your audio and video should work. Enjoy.
When done both the Audio and Video will function properly so you can chat and see family or friends you are connected to.
Hope this helps. Bud

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you can manually turn the cameras round thingy until you get the desired picture.

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