Set up the camera, seems to work fine for recording and live video. How do I get it stream live to another computer? (sorry, never had a webcam before) We're trying to set it up so a foster child can talk to his former "brothers and sisters".
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You may just no have the proper program to do what you want. Video recording software isn't standard on many operating systems, but you can download some for free. My Screen Cam works pretty well: http://my-screen-cam.findmysoft.com/download/#
Veodia’s recently released streaming-video software is easy to use. Really easy. We’re talking plug-and-play easy. Plug your DV camera into your computer and put it in record mode. Log into Veodia.com and hit “new broadcast.” And you’re live. Instantly. And when you’re done, you hit stop and the video you’ve just streamed is available on demand through your favorite RSS feeder. Instantly. And it works.
When you hit “start broadcast” Veodia takes about 5 seconds while “detecting bandwidth.” The end product is a 320 x 240 live video feed streaming right out of your Firewire DV camera or webcam. This video is embeddable anywhere, meaning you can have this live feed be part of your blog and your viewers don’t need to be registered Veodia members. And each broadcast comes built in with a chatroom for your viewers to interact with you, the webstar, live.
Hi, VfW (Video for Windows)mis old (and not being developed any more) and because of its limitations,Microsoft has come up with a new device driver model: WDM (supported nativelystarting from Windows 2000). Most video capture drivers are now being developed using WDM.
I think if you get the latest DirectX drivers it'll work better.
Download it to your desktop. Unzip it to a folder. Plug the webcam in. The operating will detect it but not be able to install drivers for it. Now go to Control Panel > System > Device Manager. There will be an 'Unknown Device' with a yellow exclamation mark. This device is the webcam. Double click on it, and click the Driver tab. Now click Install Driver, and then the 'Browse Computer for Driver' type option, and navigate to the folder you unzipped it to, select it, install and reboot. Done!
Okay you can try and go on the internet and see if there is a driver download for vista for your cam.
This usually works
If not I would probably suggest an updated camera since vista was made for newer versions.Just make sre your new cam supports vista
http://www.jascoproducts.com/support/software-downloads.asp copy and paste the above line into address bar press enter will take you to site with driver for your cam listed sorry its only for xp not vista cannot find driver for vista