Question about Philips Cameras
The problem was that I used a USB extension cable to connect my Philips SPC620NC webcam to the USB port on computer. Apparently, the signal strength was not enough to handle the longer cable, and the software was not able to perform the proper recognition and establish the stable picture. Once is a while the single frame would make it through, but that was all.
By re-positioning the camera closer to the computer and connecting it directly to the USB port using the only short cable provided with the camera, the problem was solved.
Posted on Jul 08, 2008
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Jul 27, 2011 | Computers & Internet
Yawcam (Yet Another Webcam Software) allows you to stream a live broadcast from your webcam or DV camera. In addition to streaming video, the program can also save captured snapshots to a local file, upload them to a remote FTP server or serve them via the built-in web server. Furthermore, a motion detection feature allows you to automatically start capturing snapshots or perform other actions whenever the software detects any motion within the monitored area. Other features include optional text overlays, timestamps, motion detection mode, a built-in scheduling engine, password protection, image-to-movie conversion and more. Yawcam can optionally run as Windows service. hope this helps
May 23, 2011 | Computers & Internet
Your computer may include an
integrated webcam, located at the top of the display. The webcam is an input
device that allows you to capture and share video. Preinstalled CyberLink YouCam
software provides new features that expand the webcam experience.
To use the webcam and CyberLink
YouCam software, select Start > All
Programs > CyberLink YouCam >
NOTE: The first time you access the YouCam software, you may experience a brief delay as the software loads.
Using YouCam as your default webcam
software enables you to experiment with the following features:
? Video-Record and play back webcam video. You can also e-mail or upload video to YouTube, using the icon on the software interface. ? Streaming video-When you open your instant message program, YouCam displays a floating toolbar that lets you add graphic effects. ? Special effects-Add frames, filters, and emoticons to your snapshots and video. ? Snapshots-Take single frame or "burst" webcam shots in rapid succession. ? Connect-E-mail photos and video using the icon on the software interface. NOTE: For details about using webcam software, refer to the software manufacturer's instructions, which may be provided with the software, on disc, or on the manufacturer's Web site.
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