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Have you already installed the driver for your webcam? if you already install the driver try to open it and go to the settings, you can adjust the specification of your webcam and other setting for it.

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Web cam upside down


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Check the WEcam settings. Most WEBcam have a setting to invert and mirror the image

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Focusing a webcam that is out of arms reach


Focusing a web cam that is out of arms reach

If your webcam has focus control in the operating software, then this topic may be a little confusing. But for some folks, me being one, the web cam has to be focused by turning a dial on the front of the camera. What's the big deal? The big deal is if you can't reach the camera from where you are sitting and you need to stand and/or lean and reach forward, then how do you focus on you if you're not where you need to be?

Assuming that your camera is normally positioned on top of your monitor directly in front of you. Here's what you can do. Sit in your normal position, take the webcam and hold it against your chest and aim it at the monitor. Adjust the focus until the preview image that is displayed on the monitor is clear. Then when you place the cam back in it's normal position, and aim it at you, the image should still be in focus.

If your cam is built-in, like the ones that come with many laptops, they usually have auto focus. But if it doesn't, you have no choice but to hold the entire laptop in front of you. In that case, use a mirror that has a stand, an place it where the laptop normally is placed. You can then focus the cam on the image in the mirror.

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How to turn on cam


For turning on the web cam you need to find program
> You-cam or
> Hp media-smart or
> Cyberlink cam installed on laptop.
Just clicked on the particular software and the web-cam will open.

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Oct 30, 2012 | Computers & Internet

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How do i change to mirror image


If you mean changing the image produced by your web cam to a mirror image, then this is what you should do.

Though, the process may vary as a result of what camera software you have installed.
Start your web cam.
Go to the settings.
Select camera settings.
You would see the options to flip the image horizontally. Do that to set the mirror image.
Some software might not indicate the flip option, rather, it would ask to select 'mirror image'.
Select whichever is appropriate.

I hope that this helps.
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How do i turn on my webcam on my new laptop


For turning on the web cam you need to find program
> You-cam or
> Hp media-smart or
> Cyberlink cam installed on laptop.
Just clicked on the particular software and the web-cam will open.

Thanks

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My web cam is built into my laptop but i cant turn it on now


Its either the web cam is broken or that the driver for it is corrupted and now the os has no way of controling or turning on the web cam.

Try this:

Reinstall the web cam driver.

If this does not work, check device manager and see if the webcam is listed.

If the camera's driver is reinstalled and the unit is listed then there is an os issue.

Write back to me with your findings after you have tried all above

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Check throught the settings on any webcam software, there is usually an option to ip the image.

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Inverted picture on yahoo messenger


under c:\windows\bisoncam there is a program that will allow u to change this.

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Webcam


Ok im not sure what cam you have or comp that your using, but cahances are you need to go to your web cam settings:START/ALL PROGRAMS/ "your cam"/ CAM SETTING. there you should see inverted or mirror settings, it might even be in ADVANCED SETTINGS try and look for it, Good luck JLS
P.S. you could always turn your cam upside down! LOL Just kidding!

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Inverted picture on yahoo messenger


it's most likely upside down, or the settings are mirror imaged

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