When we video call someone they either cannot see/hear us
As above, if they can see us,either no sound or intermittent sound. am using an acer. Tested it on Skype, same problem. Tested it on someone elses laptop (Toshiba) and it works perfect! Swapped USB ports, still no joy! Please help!
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Also send this to your family
and friends so they have there computer setup properly. 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.
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Please try and check this on the AV2 and if there is sound and video then the possible fault can be with the port. This will also confirm the outputs of the player as this can be tested on another TV - in case there is no video even on the port AV2.
hello please check the rear of the radio as antenna could have come away from it hearing sounds like cb radio do you mean transmissions can you hear someone talking ,its probably someone near you that you are picking up
First: Check if the device is installed and working properly - My Computer-(right click)-Manage-Device Manager - be sure there is nothing wrong in "Sound, video and Game Controllers" section. If there is something wrong, you will see it immediately, then fix it. If in that section all is OK, then 1) go to Acer FTP site and get Realtek driver there (ftp://ftp.work.acer-euro.com/netbook/aspire_one_150/driver/Audio_Realtek_v.184.108.40.20672.zip). 2) Uninstall running Realtek driver using Control Panel and reboot. 3) When XP after reboot will ask for driver installation, just cancel this and install Realtek driver downloaded. 4) Check with Skype your voice recording and enjoy. All this is valid if you do not have your microphone physically broken. Tested by myself - I had the same situation.
The performance of Skype is affected by the bandwidth available from your ISP. The video image your are sending and receiving occupy a large part of the information transmitted over the Internet, therefore make sure the video image setting is at a resolution of 320X240 (e-mail size) and if this is still affecting the audio quality to the other person (ie. the voice breaks up) and the video image then switch the video camera off and if sound and video image from the other party is also affecting you, then also get them to switch off their video camera.
Also check the Video and Microphone settings in Skype - Tools - Options etc. Check the correct video camera and microphone has been selected.