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I have an Asus G50VT laptop and when I used my webcam (in two different programs, picasa2 and skype) the image of myself is upside down. I spoke with the geek squad at best buy, where I bought it, and they have no idea what is wrong, We thought it was a settings option, but I could not find any kind of rotation option in either program. I am not the best when it comes to computers so I thought someone here would have an idea...
There is a setting for the camera, Find the camera in device manager , right button click for properties , if that don't work look in imaage etc setting with the control panel select your camera, right button click, properties or it may be called settings and either tick or untick the 90 degree rotation or upside down setting, anyways that the problem
Posted on Jun 14, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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You have to open the webcam software to activate or start
the webcam. There is no button to push or switch to turn on. The
webcam software is somewhere in the program list. Click Start/Programs then
search for any reference to webcam or camera. Sometimes the webcam might
be inside one of the manufacturers folders in the program list so search the
folders for it. Some manufacturers have something like Entertainment
Experience that will open and show all the entertainment devices such as the
dvd drive, webcam, media player, etc. if you see it click it to launch it
then click on the webcam or camera icon.
Try using ManyCam
can always download Manycam and install it. Go to www.google.com and in
the search box type: "download.cnet.com" (without the quotes).
Click on the link to go to the site. When the site opens look down on the
left and you will see a gray area that says Find Software. Type
"Manycam" (without the quotes) in the white search area then hit the
search mirror. When it brings back your results look for the one that
says ManyCam Virtual Webcam. Down load it and install it. Make sure
you remove the check box on any junky programs it would like to install. You
only want to install ManyCam, no additions whatsoever during the install.
ManyCam is totally FREE and easy to use, and you will always know where your
webcam software is.
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