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Click the 'Devices' menu and you should see a tick next to the Webcam name (USB 2.0 UVC Camera).
Underneath this should be the same name (USB 2.0 UVC Camera), select it and a tick will appear next to it.
This means that you are using the webcam as the mic for your video/webcam (instead of a seperate microphone).
Now click on the 'Capture' menu and the option 'Capture audio' will be available (previously it was greyed out)
Tick this/select it and your webcam will pick up the audio.
I hope this helps.
Also, if anyone finds the image a bit blurry, it can be sharpened bv rotating the webam lens.
Posted on Feb 03, 2009
I have just bought this product and had the same problem. I went into the control panel (from the Start menu) and opened "Sounds and audio devices". Under the "Voice" tab I clicked on "Test hardware..." and allowed the wizard to check the settings. I had to adjust the volume settings as I was getting too much feedback, but once adjusted, hey presto, the webcam seems to be capturing sound and video fine. Hope this works for you too.
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