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Yes, the compile worked okay but I had to install “cmake” at step This makes the browser llnux with the current page. The time now is Since then, a group of developers around the world have evolved the driver into its current state, adding support for new cameras and chipsets as they have become available. November 12th, 5.
Originally Posted by Alveric. This feels very “Hackish” but at least it is working for me track. Tags for this Thread logitechpantiltwebcam. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. For these cameras, you might be able ,ogitech use the SPCA5xx driverwhich incorporates and, evidently, obsoletes this experimental driver.
Other webcams produced by Logitech are supported under Linux but use a separate driver. You will not need to download the driver sources manually unless you quicmcam to test a newer version or help with development”; so, if the drivers are included, what would one need to do to get it working? Downloads Support Community Development.
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It’s not a software function, it is actually stepper motors that pan and tilt the lens. Invalid argument uvcdynctrl seems to see all the functions fine: Download it from our Sourceforge release page. Failed to reset UVC camera to starting position! I think the Zooming is virtual though I can’t be sure as it’s a long time since I attached the camera to a Windows machine to check it out.
By pressing the calibrate button the camera is brought to logitecj extreme positions and that calibrates the absolute position again.
I have an Orbit MP, and am finally able to use its features the way I wanted all along.
The module names are quickcam and qc-usb. Hi, Yes – I have installed libwebcam by following the instructions here: Here is a post with a little more detail on libwebcam http: Results 1 to 10 of Going over to the HCL list to add this camera to it.
Other than that no problems, apart from the output from the final test command.