I have this built in webcam, an AVEO camera STI, and when i try and open the program i get "You have no video capture device." I am running windows vista home premium SP1. I don't know where the drivers are...
I had the same problem and by accident I solved it by pressing a button. Up by my power button there is a group of 4 buttons the first one is i assume for e-mail the next is for internet i think the third is to start my wireless internet and the last one has a P1 above it thats the one that fixed the prob. for me. When i pressed it a pic. of a cam poped up briefly. It was so fast i had to try it again when i did a pic. of a cam with a line through it popped up so I knew I must have stumbled uppon turning it on and off. but now I have a new prob. When i start the cam it runs briefly then stops with a message that there was a prob. and windows searches for a solution and shuts the program down. It says they will notify me of a solution if there is one but i dont know how they can do that without any of my contact info. Anyways I hope this helps you out if you come across a solution to my new prob. please shoot me a e-mail my adress is email@example.com thanks and good luck.
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the web camera is used mostly in video calls in instant messaging programs like yahoo messenger or msn messenger ..and the camera starts auto when the video call is clicked on .. Install one these programs and use it to make video calls..depending on what domain of email you use...it is easier to use same email to work with its own domain program ..(also Skype it is a choice ..) other uses for it is to make snap-shoots if you open it in my computer ..it has a icon for camera ..open it and use the link in the right for making photos or the button on the camera .. You can also use the AMcap..program in the start menu to make captures with video and audio ..but I recommend to use windows movie maker cause it is easier to set and you can edit them after ..Just open movie maker and select capture from device and select the device in the list ..
Your Dell Latitude E6400 laptop comes with a built-in webcam at the top of the LCD screen. This camera can take still pictures and record video for use with video messaging. You can access the camera via a software program already installed on the computer. This program can be accessed right from the desktop screen.
1.Turn on your Dell Latitude and click on the "Start" tab on the main desktop screen. A list of options will appear in a drop-down window. 2.Click "Dell Webcam" from the list of options in the window. 3.Click on "Dell Webcam Center" and the program will open. A capture window will appear on screen. Beneath the capture window will be a control panel. 4.Click on the camera icon to take a still photo. 5.Click on the "Record" button to record video with the webcam. I hope you find it helpful. Best regards.
You probably need the driver for it ..or ...you just opened the capture window and no preview is enabled..Open the camera in the computer folder and see if you have image there ..It is a snap shot feature...the main use for the camera is in the instant messaging programs for video calls ..try it and see if it works there..and this way you will now if you have a problem or not .. For video capture i suggest to use windows movie maker instead of the capture program of the camera ..It will be more reliable
the software using the included CD and plug the LifeCam into a free USB
port. For desktop use, place the LifeCam on a clear spot on your desk
that's free of other objects, including cables. The camera should not
be more than an arm's length away from you. For LCD (or similar object)
use, push the center part of the camera's base upward, place the camera
on the LCD and close the base around the monitor to secure it.
the device software by clicking the Microsoft LifeCam icon on your
Windows desktop. If no such icon exists on your Windows desktop, click
"Start," click "All Programs" and locate the Microsoft LifeCam program
in the list of programs there. After launching the LifeCam program,
look at the image that appears. If necessary, adjust the camera to more
precisely reflect your appearance. For best results, try to center the
camera image on your head and shoulders.
the video camera icon on the bottom panel of the LifeCam program to
begin video capture. Video will begin recording, and you will see a
"Recording Video" message beneath the live video image. To stop
recording, press the same icon (the icon will have a red square with a
blue background during recording).
begin audio capture, click the microphone icon on the bottom panel. To
stop the audio recording, click the same icon (again, it will have a
red square with a blue background during recording). To snap a photo,
click the camera icon on the bottom panel.
any of your captured video, audio or image files by clicking the folder
on the bottom panel. The VX-3000 also provides the ability to edit
video or image files using supported software. After snapping a photo
or capturing video, click the "Edit" icon that appears beneath the
thumbnail of the captured content.
When your computer boots up does the small light next to the camera come on for a second of two and goes back off. If it does it means that the camera has been detected by the system. You can check by going to the settings, control panel, system, hardware, device manager, imaging devices and see if the camera is shown in the list. If it is the the computer has configured the camera and this can be confirmed by right clicking on the camera and checking the properties to see what it says.
Unless the notebook came with a program directly associated with the camera, then the actual camera operation will take place in the program that you will be using the camera in like Skype, Yahoo or some other video messaging program, at which time during the configuration you will tell the program what device you want to use for the camera, usually from a drop down list, select your camera and it should start working with the program. In other programs you can use it as a capture device by selecting it as the device to use to capture a picture. Good luck, RAC
Double Click on this site http://www.free-codecs.com/download/AMCap.htm
to download the Free AMCAP Video Capture Program.
AMCap is a small yet fully
functional video capture application compatible with Microsoft DirectShow. It
is based on the sample AMCap from the Microsoft DirectX 9 SDK. AMCap supports
still captures to BMP, JPEG and PNG formats and it remembers your Video Input,
Video Standard and Video size settings from previous session. It has some nice
features like multimonitoring support, zooming, aspect ratio and deinterlacing
AMCap is a small and effictive piece of software and definitely worth trying.
this will help.Bud
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Go to the start button Choose my computer Right click it and choose manage Double click the device manager Choose imaging devices from the list Click the + sign to reveal your camera Double click your camera Choose the driver tab Uninstall the driver this will turn the device off Now remove the usb plug and re-insert it, windows will then install the driver and you are good to go.