Question about Logitech QuickCam Fusion Webcam
MacWorld wrote that the Logitech Fusion can be run on OSX4.10 and higher.
I found a stated driver on a Logitech related website which was Macam but it did not work.
What i(f any) solution is there
There are two different QuickCam Fusions. The older one, like mine, is not UVC compatable, while the new one is. For this reason, the new QuickCam Fusion will work on Mac while the old one will not.
It is semi-pleasing to know that a developer is supposedly working on the old quickcam fusion support in Macam, but I'm not sure how long that will take.
Solution: Wait for that developer.
Posted on Dec 07, 2008
Ditto for me with 10.4.11. You have A/V iChat in Tiger. If you plug the camera into either USB port, launch iChat, wait for the iChat, then under video check camera enabled (if not already) and then under the same menu click "Video Preview", the light on Fusion should come on and a window should open which is a picture of live video from Fusion.
NOW .... what is this streaming format? iChat so far is the only place it works (or needs to work for now!), but what about iMovie? How does one record this camera? That is where I'm going now.
Starting with downloading latest QTime. I'll be back.
Posted on Dec 07, 2007
All the reviews that say the logitech fusion cams don't run on mac's are just plain wrong. I just bought the camera and plugged it into my powerpc G4, started skype and ichat and it worked instantly.
no drivers or downloads needed. I'm running OS X 10.4.11
Posted on Nov 27, 2007
If you're using a mac, as pointed out above, you don't need a disc, it works without one. Open Skype of ichat and you will have the camera running without having to do anything else. Open preferences and set it up as you'd like and then forget about it.
One thing I'm trying to figure out is how to get the controls that are available when run in windows. I don't really care if I can't work this out though,
I'm happy with the settings achieved under the native mac applications so I can't be bothered to go very far with that line of enquiry. My wife is the windows head in the family. I have lost count of the number of times she's had to reformat and clean install her laptop. COnstructive input has deteriorated into debate about the most fail-safe way to dispose of said waste of space or end the missery of the user..... Get a life! Get a Mac!!!
If you are using Windows, go to the logitech site and download the software, they're pretty helpful on the support side, it's just a shame that their software doesn't always download properly on the first attempt.
If it doesn't behave as you think it should, try deleting it all and downloading again. Unless you have full control over your device and everything makes sense, doubt the download, Just think of the 'logi' in the name. Logitech are good, their downloads are less than reliable. Persevere!
Posted on Oct 17, 2008
I lost my logitech disc and i have no way to connect my camera to the software. what do you sugest in my situation??...If you can reach me back at my email address email@example.com.
Posted on Dec 10, 2007
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