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Steam the video game platform? I don't believe the steam application itself is responsible for microphone settings. This would have to be configured in the game itself that you are trying to play. Can you provide more specifics on what game you are trying to play? Also this question was posted in the Routers section, it does not appear that the issue you are having is with a router per say. You may want to repost your question in the video game section as people are more in touch with applications like Steam there.
Try this free webcam test site. If you don't see yourself immediately click on the drop down box below the Live Camera window to choose your Logitech. You can then record yourself and play it back. On the playback your webcam fps will appear below the play window. If you still can't see yourself then your software driver is not loaded. Install it from disc or from the Logitech web site.
The issue could be the fps for your webcam video is low, and the audio continues playing while the video lags a bit. Try going to this free webcam test site. Record yourself for 15-20 seconds and then play it back. Your webcam fps rating will appear below the play back window. If it is less than 10 then your webcam isn't very good and you might want to invest in a better one with a higher fps spec. If the result is more than 10 then your webcam is fine, but the service provider you are using is lowering the bandwidth causing a lower fps result. The only thing you can do is to switch service providers. I hope this is helpful.
If you have the "exact" same cam as your brother, and also use the "exact" same programs as your brother, then their is no reason why your cam would not work as your brothers.
Did you download the plug & play option for the cam?
Do you use the "exact" same version of windows as your brother? (Win 98, XP, Vista)
Dont know much about the MAC but most time this happens some other program takes over video and picture viewing check to see if this is the case. what ever proram you use for videos etc ensuure its the default one Hope this helps
If you're like me, and you have "thinned" out your Windows, or used any of those programs to "speed up" your computer, make sure "terminal" is enabled in your services. For some reason, this wont allow video effects to work. Very common problem. Good luck!
This problem is most probably cause by CODEC incompatability. IE: Your Camera saves in one format that your Playback program cannot identify or use.. Please check as to the "Format" that the Cam saves in... and then obtain and install a compatible CODEC to "Play" the recorded video. Also check screen resoloution colour depth and Overlay settings.
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.