Question about Logitech QuickCam Pro 5000 Webcam
I can't play my videos the way that the manual says to. I double click on the video in the gallery, and the Creative Media Source player comes up. About two seconds later, a message comes up: 'One or more unrecognized tracks have been added for playback. These tracks will not be added for playback.' Upon investigation, I find that my still pictures from the webcam are in a folder in 'my pictures' entitled Quickcam, but the videos are in another folder entitled 'videos', along with other videos taken prior to owning the webcam. I can open that folder and play them, no problem, just can't figure out why the two folders and why it won't play back right from the gallery. The still pictures come up, no problem.
From what I know, most webcams save Still pictures and videos in two different folders. Have been so with every cam I hav had. For why the media player doesn't play the videos in hand, try downloading the latest version of the media player from the manufacturers website.
Posted on Apr 11, 2007
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Launch the Logitech QuickCam software by either double-clicking the QuickCam icon on your desktop or clicking the QuickCam icon in your system tray.
Click on the QuickCapture icon to launch QuickCapture.
Select the video size that is needed by clicking on the small arrow where it says "Video Size" to the lower right of the picture.
Click on the arrow on the button that says "Record Video" to open the Video Options window.
Clear the check mark next to "Enable Motion Detection."
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