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Post as a guest Name. Page 1 of 2 1 2 Last Jump to page: Hi, Yes – I have installed libwebcam by following the instructions here: The current version of the qc-usb driver is 0.
Only specific part numbers are affected. Installation This section explains how to compile and install the qc-usb driver for the Linux kernel. For more advanced trainees it can be a desktop reference, and a collection of the base knowledge needed to proceed with system and network administration.
These cameras have product IDs of 0x and 0x Having a problem installing a new program? Join our community today! Other than that no problems, apart from the output from qiuckcam final test command. Are you new to LinuxQuestions. Don’t forget to read the FAQ before sending an e-mail to the list.
Linux Driver for Quickcam USB cameras
The developers’ list, like the users’ list, is reflected to Usenet at gmane. Site graciously hosted by Sourceforge. November 12th, 3. The camera has functionality for panning and tilting and I think, Zooming.
The camera itself works flawless and has very good resolution, got detected automatically in Slackware 13, real plug and play situation. Registration is quick, simple and absolutely free. Other webcams produced by Logitech are supported under Lofitech but use a separate driver. Pan camera To the left: You need to subscribe to the list before posting.
Visit the following links: You will not need to download the driver sources manually unless you want to test a newer version or help with development. They talk a vendor-specific protocol with a vendor-provided Windows driver, and trying to handle them with the UVC protocol results in low frame rate and corrupted frames in most resolutions.
qc-usb: Linux Driver for Quickcam USB cameras
They require a user-space management tool. BB code is On.
November 12th, 4. Has anyone got any experience with this kind of software? Sign up using Email and Password. If you’d like to contribute content, let us know.
The goal of this project is to provide all necessary software components to fully support UVC compliant devices in Linux.