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I've had the same problem. Here's how you can fix your webcam problem with Skype after having migrated to Windows 8.1: Installing the Windows Version of Skype on Your Windows 8.1 Machine By Woody Leonhard from Windows 8.1 All-in-One For Dummies. Skype on the Windows desktop is considerably more powerful than Metro Skype. Here’s how to put the ...
Do your webcams have hardware compression? Or are you doing compression on the RPi? Its VideoCore processor is suited for this type of work, but.... you must use OpenMAX to offload to the VideoCore, since the ARM coprocessor where Linux runs is not even close to being able to compress even a low-definition stream. Programs loading VideoCore codecs are ...
You might want to check out the following Google Chrome ExtensionWebCam Toy It works both off and online in Chrome. It allows you to take single photos, and has a ton of cool effects. If you want to confirm that the device is connected to your USB bus, do the following Go to Start > Devices and Printers Your webcam should show up somewhere in this ...
The most straightforward way it to install Picasa ..: http://picasa.google.com/ .. click on icon for "Capture photos and videos from a webcam or other video device" ..: .. and then take picture or record video:
http://www.area536.com/projects/streaming-video/ this thing uses HTTP, streams live to http. But probably cpu intensive on webcam computer making it kinda audible.
I have used Yawcam before and from memory it allows you to do this. I only had a small play around after downloading but it also allows for a motion sensor and other random surveillance type features. In terms of multiple camera's, if Yawcam doesn't support two camera's from one instance, I would imagine opening two instances would fix this issue. (I cannot ...
Assuming you're on a UNIXy system, ffmpeg -f video4linux2 -i /dev/video0 out.mpeg works for me. You can press q or send SIGTERM to the process to stop recording.
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