Hi i just bought this camera and as soon as i try to get online in a video chat or making a video in the logitech software a strange noise appear after 5 sec everytime and put the level of my mic at the max level...
that means i can not speak and the other person has a annoying sound instead of my voice, it looks like somebody blowing on my mic..
pls if u caqan help will be great!!!
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Re: webcam logitech brand new mic integrated
You are getting feedback, either because your chat partner has their mic volume or sounnd volume too high which is the common cause of feedback, or if you are using from a notebook ensure that you internal mic is dissabled as they have a mic boost option within the sound settings.
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You may need to manually select the webcam in your video settings in your service. In Skype it is under Settings, Camera. In MSN click Tools, Audio & Video set up, Next. In mailVU click on the camera icon and then pick the Logitech from the drop down list.
Unplug the camera, remove all the Logitech camera AND Logitech camera drivers via Control Panel/ Remove Applications, then reboot. After re-boot, plug in the camera, Windows will identify it as a USB Camera / Mic and it will work in all applications including Skype. You will not have access to the Logitech menus but the camera and Mic WILL WORK in all your communications needs. After a number of instances where I lost my Mic input, I finally gave up on the Logitech software since they are incapable of finding the Windows Update driver that conflicts with their own driver. Although mine is currently working fine as a Windows recognized "USB Camera Mic", the next Webcam I get will NOT be Logitech. It's a great Webcam but since they are clearly incapable of keeping their software compatible with Windows updates, I'll switch to another make. Hope this helps. [email protected]
Certianly you can. It's just a matter of getting them uploaded. I actually have a program on my lappy called CyberLink YouCam that will automatically upload any video you make with your cam to youtube. However, I don't use a logitech webcam, mine's integrated.
Regardless, you can do it easily. If I recall correctly when I used a logitech quickcam, the software allowed you to save a video as .avi, which you can upload to YouTube and it will auto convert it to .flv. Research is showing that YouTube will allow the following extensions: .avi, .mov, and .mpg.
Here's a nifty little link that will walk you through the process: http://www.webvideozone.com/public/308.cfm
I had a similar problem, the solution was as simple as not playing your voice through the speakers. The problem sounds like one of feedback. There are companies that sell phones that hook up to your usb port and will not cause this type of problem. Another solution may be lowering the volume on your mic.