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It may sound strange, but this camera is developed to hang on the sailing If it then is giving video, up side down, you are in trouble. But if you have it standing on a table, or mounted to a wall, the camera is working fine, in the wrong position. I tried to fine out if you could swap the image, but there is nothing in the manual telling it can.
The whole point of a webcam is to be able to see the person you are speaking with, and let them see you. When the image broadcasted by your camera is too dark, the person on the viewing end won't see anything but shadows and dark shapes. Learn how to brighten your webcam image so the people you chat with can see you.
Place lamps behind and to the side of the webcam. This casts a light on your face, but the lamps will not wash out the image because they are behind the camera. Turn off lamps that are behind you. You have trouble seeing things when you are looking in the direction of the sun or a light bulb. Your webcam has the same problems. Don't make it stare at a bright light. Open up a white screen on your computer to brighten your face. The white screen will create the brightest possible light from you computer screen and help lighten your webcam image. This option is best when lamps are not available. Open up an empty tab in your Internet browser, or a blank Notepad document, and expand it to the full of your screen. Adjust your webcam settings. The settings available to you will depend on your webcam, but many of them offer a "Brightness" setting that you can increase to lighten your webcam. Open the program that came with your webcam, then look for a "Settings" or "Options" menu. Increase the "Brightness" setting until it has lightened your webcam enough. b>
Something probably corrupted your webcam software or configuration. Probably the best is to uninstall and reinstall the drivers and the software. Please check http://www.pcauthorities.com/pc-errors/how-to-fix-webcam-problems
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Try unplugging the USB cable and replugging it while the computer is on. I had the same problem you describe and also did a soft reboot of the computer which did not fix it. Cycling the power of the camera by unplugging it and plugging it back in fixed the picture.
i had the same problem all i did was put it into another usb port ( i put mine in one of the one's on the bac) then it reinstalled the driver software, and i restarted my computer and it was fixed. i hope this helps
Probably has corrupt driver.
Try disconnecting the Camera from the USB port and reinstall
the software program. When the program asks you to connect the
camera to the USB port, do so and it should work.
Hope this helps. Bud