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Old 02-14-2008, 03:24 AM
David Vincent
 
Default Creative Live Pro webcam

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geoffrey froner wrote:
> What application are you using to interface? Camorama?

yep, that and skype if i can.

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Old 02-14-2008, 11:21 AM
Thomas Kaiser
 
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David Vincent wrote:
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> NoOp wrote:
>> Perhaps:
>>
>> <http://connect.creativelabs.com/opensource/Lists/Webcam%20Support/AllItems.aspx>
>> WebCam Live! VF0080 0x041e 0x4038 Might Work:
>> http://gkall.hobby.nl/sq930x.html
>>
>> Might be of some use? No, idea if it will, I just recall seeing that
>> creative page previously and had another look to see if 041e:4038 was
>> listed.
>
> I just stumbled onto that page. I can make and make install the module.
> I can modprobe it and load it.
>
> dvincent@smithers:~$ lsmod | grep sq
> sq930 76868 0
> video_buf 26244 1 sq930
> videodev 29312 1 sq930
> v4l2_common 18432 2 sq930,videodev
> v4l1_compat 15364 2 sq930,videodev
> usbcore 138632 3 sq930,uhci_hcd
>
> But I don't get /dev/video0 or anything.
>
>> Regarding these windows working webcams... is there perhaps a way to use
>> them via Wine or with something like an ndiswrapper that is used for
>> windows nic cards etc?
>
> I've been wondering that myself.
>
> I'm working on getting a picture of the chips as Thomas Kaiser
> suggested. It wasn't hard to get apart, but my camera is having issues
> focusing.

Usually, you can turn the lens to get proper focus.

Thomas


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