Hi, got my VX7000 all set up. Video image looks good, but it hardly detects my voice at all!! What's the point in having a video facility that can't detect you voice when it's 14inches from my mouth i.e. sitting on top of the monitor????
Am I missing something?
Try going to my web cam, then when you see yourself go to File and then preferences then go to calling and devices and make sure that your mic shows as your mic, if that does not work then try your actual computer sound settings. I had some similar problems as well
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1-from tools menue go to options->video settings. Now if you are able to see your image on the screen then the cam is working fine. click the webcam settings and default all the settings 2-secondly if the web cam is fine then try to initiate a voice call first and once the voice call is active then try to initiate the video call, This was a workaround we used to do long time ago for this kind of issue. 3-Try reinstalling skype
I have this problem when ever I get automatic updates from My computer. the solution is easy. Go to the help on the messenger bar. It is the first line of words across the top of the messenger window frame. when the help opens -scroll to set up video and voice and follow the process. This should get your sound back
Your TV has video problems. Input any video signal, from dish or from DVD player or any other source, after setting the TV to video mode. If there is video, fault may be in the RF video output section, which could be detected through through checking. If DVD video also in not there, the problem is of video swiching [usually electronic changeover inside the TV]. Which can be rectified through a technician.
The performance of Skype is affected by the bandwidth available from your ISP. The video image your are sending and receiving occupy a large part of the information transmitted over the Internet, therefore make sure the video image setting is at a resolution of 320X240 (e-mail size) and if this is still affecting the audio quality to the other person (ie. the voice breaks up) and the video image then switch the video camera off and if sound and video image from the other party is also affecting you, then also get them to switch off their video camera.
Also check the Video and Microphone settings in Skype - Tools - Options etc. Check the correct video camera and microphone has been selected.
try to check the mic volume on the program that your using. look for the settings of it. like in YM there is a test for mic to configure the minimum and maximum level that fits and suited on your hearing sound.
STEP 1: Check if the sound card is being detected by clicking on the Start button, then select Run, and type in "devmgmt.msc".
STEP 2: Check the "Sound, Video and Game Controllers" if there are bangs on the devices or if the Sound Card is being detected.
STEP 3: We are trying to figure out if the sound card is being detected or not, because if its detected by your system and there are bangs you need to install the driver for your sound card. Or if its not detected, you might try unplugging the sound card and plugging it back to the computer but if that still doesnt work, you need to replace the sound card.
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Go to Control Panel and Click on Sounds, Click
on Audio, then Click on the Microphone. Then Click on the drop
down and select Camera Microphone.
Click OK and it should work.
Hope this helps. Bud
Ditto. Old tapes seem to be related to the problem. All I have to do is put in a new tape, play it, remove it, put the old one back in and it will play normally again. I can't explain why. I know the camera has an automatic tape detection feature and I wonder if it is at fault. Perhaps the camera has trouble detecting older tapes and the brains get scrambled. A new tape resets the detector. It's just a guess.