Difference between revisions of "Logitech QuickCam Pro 9000"

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** Saturation: TBD
 
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** Gain: TBD
 
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** Supported image sizes: TBD
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** Supported image sizes: [[:Image:Snap160.jpg|160x120]], [[:Image:Snap176.jpg|176x144]], [[:Image:Snap320.jpg|320x240]], [[:Image:Snap352.jpg|352x288]], [[:Image:Snap640.jpg|640x480]], [[:Image:Snap960.jpg|960x720]], [[:Image:Snap1600.jpg|1600x1200]]
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** Video sizes @ fps: TBD
 
* guvcview works! and has many interesting controls
 
* guvcview works! and has many interesting controls
 
** Can capture video
 
** Can capture video

Revision as of 19:40, 17 August 2009


Contents

Initial Notes

Windows

After installation, the software that comes with the camera works well and can capture HD-like video very well. However, when using a third party capture application, size seems to be stuck at 320x240 pixels. Holy crap!

Linux

  • Camera detected and mounted as /dev/video0
  • Most apps are completely dysfunctional and useless (as usual)
  • uvccapture works fine
  • guvcview works! and has many interesting controls
    • Can capture video
    • Can capture audio
    • No focus control

Try the others from http://www.quickcamteam.net/software/linux/v4l2-software/

Programming: http://www.quickcamteam.net/software/libwebcam

Features

Autofocus

Autofocus is built into the wintendo drives, thus does not work in Linux.

Q: How can we manually control focus in Linux?
A: There is some info about this on quickcamteam.net related to libwebcam

References