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Logiteck Pro webcam on Mac does not want to work

Just bought a Mac with built-in webcam, but need to work with a external webcam. I bought the Logitech Pro that is compatible with Mac, but it does not seem to work. I can't "override" the iSight built-in camera.

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You should be able to select the Logitech webcam in the Settings of the program you are using. Try this free webcam test site. Click on the camera icon and then choose the Logitech from the drop down list. Once you are sure it is loaded and working properly, go into your service and select the Logitech. In Skype it is under Settings, Camera. In MSN click Tools, Audio & Video set up, Next. It should give you the option to choose what camera you want to use.

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