Lifecam vx-3000 WITH SKYPE
Kindly try to reconfigure your webcam to SKYPE application. To set up your webcam for Skype, please follow these steps:
1. Download and install the most recent drivers
for your video device (you can get these from the webcam device’s
manufacturer’s site). In many cases this is not necessary if it is a
USB device. Note if you have driver on your webcam you can reinstall or install it. Make sure that the driver can support the current Operating system you installed in your system.
2. Select your video device in Skype by clicking the following from the Main Skype Control window:
Tools -> Options -> General (tab) -> Video Settings (tab)--if video
Tools -> Options -> General (tab) -> Audio Settings (tab)-- if audio
3. If your webcam is functioning you will see yourself displayed. If you are not seeing yourself be sure you have Enable Skype Video checked/Audio Cheked. If you are still having difficulty click Webcam Settings.
Please note: FireWire devices are not supported at this time.
4. Make sure the option Enable Skype Video/Audio is checked. Also you can set video privacy settings to the desired options in the same window.
5.The recommended System Requirements
for Skype video calls are a 1Ghz CPU, 512MB RAM, a video card with at
least 16MB of memory (also the latest version of DirectX installed) and
a 512/256kbit (down/up) connection. Video and call quality may vary
greatly in environments with conditions below those recommendations.
6. Please be sure, that your webcam is connected and not in use by another program.
Jul 31, 2009 |
Microsoft LifeCam VX-3000 Web Camera