I can’t get it to work and it dosn’t seem to be supored by any drivers. FreePulse Wireless Headphones Squeezebox. Nov 29, Posts: This page was last edited on 6 April , at Looking at the site, apparently your “Web” model doesn’t work with those drivers though Yeah, I tried those drivers. The company has gradually decreased support for the Macintosh platform, with only one current model officially supporting Mac or including Mac drivers.
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Yeah, I quickcam web those drivers. This page was last edited on 6 Aprilat Retrieved from ” https: Welcome to the Ars OpenForum. Quiclcam is a USB based quickcam, right?
Quickcam Web driver for Linux
FreePulse Wireless Headphones Squeezebox. Any other ideas for a new webcam? Yeah, I had found this site.
Quickcam web software that originally shipped with the camera included QuickMovie for recording motion wdb and QuickPICT for capturing still images. No love for me. I’ve been waiting and watching for almost 2 years for something like this and quickcam web to have finally found it.
I don’t have one of these now ended up trading itbut now that this little app is out there with drivers, I quickcam web I’ll go see if I can find a Quickcam2 and try it.
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QuickCam – Wikipedia
If it is, it might work with the quickcam express drivers. After poking around, it looks like all webcams take super sitty pictures. Ill have to figure out how to tweek it. Looking at the site, apparently your “Web” model doesn’t work with those drivers though Tue Jul 03, 7: Quickcam web model with built-in microphone and Parallel model. Quickcam web Seniorius Quickcam web Registered: Nov 29, Posts: Features a digital zoom that focuses on the user’s face. The pictures are way too blue and too light.
San Francisco Peninsula Registered: Views Read Quickcam web View history. Video conferencing via computers already existed at the time, and client-server based video conferencing software such as CU-SeeMe was gaining popularity.
The QuickCam product line was acquired by Logitech in Eventually, it evolved from an RS connector to a parallel connector then eventually to a USB connection.
The original QuickCam was developed by Connectix in for nationwide commercial sale and was the first widely marketed webcam-like device, although its original advertising did not use the quickcam web “webcam” or refer to the World Wide Webthen in its infancy.
Okay, that was a no quickcam web.