Question Posted Wednesday November 28 2007, 6:12 am
I just bought an (enet brand) web camera last week. I'm having problems trying to tune it to make it clearer... in the shop i bought it from they fixed this webcam to their computer and it was very clear.. I want to use my webcam with windows live messenger... so i tried to tuning the contrast,brightness and the other setting in the webcam setting option in the "tools" menu in the windows live messenger... I even tried turning the lense.. but its not helping me much...
Please help.. is there any software i should download to make my webcam clearer or something? if not can anyone please please please mail me their webcam settings on your windows live messenger(by taking the settings pic through the print screen button)? PLEASE HELP ME
[ Answer this question ] Want to answer more questions in the Technology category? Maybe give some free advice about: Computers? mike-sorbie answered Saturday December 1 2007, 6:54 pm: the reason its probably like this is becuase the pixel ratio of your screen is different to the computer in the shop. if you have a high megapixel which produces an image of lets say 1600-1200 and your screen is set to 1024-768 then the ratio is different and the image will be distorted and blurred slightly. light in the room you are using will also be a factor. if you have a background light your webcam will see that other then you and you will be a black blurr if you put a light behind the webcam it will be alot more clearer. my advice also is you should put the setting back to normal and if all fails visit the logitech website and try some of the drivers there becuase you may have on of the old drivers. [ mike-sorbie's advice column | Ask mike-sorbie A Question ]
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