I have read a few posts re. upside down cameras but couldn't find a solution, I've also tried one script from a Ubuntu forum. It didn't work. Do you know hot to flip the image? I'm running openSUSE 11.2 on Asus UL30A.
I have a webcam that works fine in software such as camorama and cheese. However, I cannot use it in websites that allow you to use a webcam (it's not recognized). I'm using Chromium 34.0 with Flash Player 11.2. It didn't work on Iceweasel either. Chromium doesn't seem to recognize the webcam either:
Funny thing is, the mic it recognizes is the webcam's microphone!
Laptop: Sony Vaio cpu 2.1 ram 2Gb OS: Fedora 12 32-bits Gnome.
As my Ricoh webcam (r5u870) wasn't included in the supported webcam by the new fedora, I installed the r5u870 firmware manually, and edited the webcam in skype config to resolution 640x420 to have a nice image in video conferences.
This question is about performance. My goal is to make an animation which flips view vertically. What is better, to flip the actual View inflated from XML, or make a snapshot of that view and flip bitmap image?
One of the ways to flip is described here:
I have a Logitech C510 webcam connected to my desktop running 64-bit Ubuntu 11.10, but it doesn't seem to be working when I run Cheese and Skype. After doing some search, it seems this webcam should just work out of the box. However, Cheese and Skype don't seem to work with it.
I am trying to use my webcam (Creative Live! Cam Chat) to take an image in C/C++ and save it to a certain folder(running Ubuntu). Ideally I'm looking to something as simple as possible despite it not being the most elegant solution.
^- This worked perfectly for me! I simply needed to install and pre-load the driver prior to starting chromium. Next, I enabled the camera through the advanced chromium settings and I can now use my webcam in chrome for an online course.The knowledge in this forum never, and I mean never, ceases to amaze me.Thanks you guys!