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Quote from: ocala on October 26, 2007, 02:23:31 PMI guess it doesn't work with FF. After downloading a plug-in it worked in IE.I thought it was just me. Wow. Nice backyard.
I guess it doesn't work with FF. After downloading a plug-in it worked in IE.
How does the camera handle multiple users attempting to control it at the same time?
Tom's Cam at Carterlake is doing exactly what your cam was doing if you want to see an example. I'm not sure what he runs but he may want to consider Flash as well.
When I go to NoQuitters home page, and click on web cam, I only get the top 1/4 of the image on my screen. Multiple refreshes don't help... curious...
QuoteWhen I go to NoQuitters home page, and click on web cam, I only get the top 1/4 of the image on my screen. Multiple refreshes don't help... curious...You might have caught it in mid upload. It changes every 5 minutes. I've had it do that to me as well. It always corrects itself on the next upload though.On a side note, I'm going to get rid of my Logitech 4000 if anyone needs a good webcam cheap. $35 shipped in the continental US.
I wonder how it's low light looks.
Yes, it does it mainly during the day. Almost like half the image gets chopped off on the bottom. At night the image size is much smaller so it's not very noticeable. I ran into that issue when running my cams and just said the heck with it and started running it in flash. Maybe you could confirm with a few other forum members on here. It might be happening when multiple users are logged on fighting for bandwidth and a little down tweak of the image compression might resolve your issue.
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