General :: Which Camera Can Use In Laptop To Have More Better Quality Than Iphone Tiny Camera

Jul 17, 2011

I was looking to iphone and i was surprised the quality of such tiny camera.

Is there any alternative camera for my laptop to have similar or much better then the one in iphone? So that i can use it from my laptop, but have very sharp HD quality with maximum megapixel + highest frame per second.

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Ubuntu :: Camera - Allow To Bulk Export Images At The Desired Size And Quality

Jun 6, 2011

I recently have bought a digital reflex. After a few shootings and so on it's now come the time to use my Ubuntu at best to work with my camera. Can you recommend to me some software (if it's an all in 1 product the better)

What I'm really interested in is handling RAW format (.cp2 if I'm correct?), tagging renaming and organizing my pictures (both with and without filters and so on applied on them). Also it would be great if it would allow me to bulk export images at the desired size and quality. (I've tried digiKam but it doesn't import pictures from my camera)

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General :: Laptop Camera Activation ?

Sep 18, 2010

I am new to Linux. I would like to activate my on board laptop camera. I thing I need the driver, but don't know which driver or where to get it. I am running Ubuntu 10.04, on a system 76 laptop.

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General :: Compaq Laptop With An Inbuilt Camera _ Not Detected By Ubuntu 9.10

Sep 26, 2010

I am new to Linux, and have started using Ubuntu 9.10. everything seem to be in place except for the Web Cam. i think it is not being identified by my OS. i have tried Ekiga, but still of no use. i am using a Compaq Laptop with an inbuilt camera.

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General :: Sony Laptop Inbuilt Camera Does Not Work With Ubuntu 10.04

Dec 12, 2010

I run Ubuntu 10.04 on a Sony FZ-VGN15C Laptop. On start-up of Ubuntu I get two error messages including '...Video : Failed...' (the message is too fast to be read completely) This might relate to the fact that my built in camera does not work with Skype or Cheese Webcam Booth. The webcam type is VGP-VCC4 by RICOH.

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Ubuntu :: Laptop Does Not Detect PC Camera

Oct 11, 2009

My Laptop running on Ubuntu does not detect PC Camera. It is driverless USB Webcam for Windows from

When I write lsusb in Terminal, it gives me below results :-

But when I open XSane Image Scanning Program, it says, Failed to open device 'v4l:/dev/video0': invalid argument.

When I write ls /dev/video0* in Terminal, it says /dev/video0

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Ubuntu :: Unable To Detect Built In Camera On Laptop?

Mar 14, 2010

I have had this issue for a while now but never really messed with it enough to try and fix it..

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Software :: How To Capture Footage From Hv20 Camera To Laptop

Jun 21, 2010

I'm looking to capture my hdv footage from a canon hv20 camera onto a laptop running Ubuntu 9.10. No clue where to find software to do this capture.Hdvsplit is a windows only free program that does this but other than that not sure.

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Samsung R580 Laptop Camera Not Working In 10.10

Nov 7, 2010

I just upgraded from Ubuntu 10.10 (64 bit) from Ubuntu 10.04 (64 bit) on my Samsung R580 laptop [URL] So far all my hardware seems to be working except the laptop's integrated camera. In 10.04 the camera worked and I could use the program "Cheese" to take photos and videos with the camera. In 10.10 I installed Cheese and tried to use my laptop's camera but it didn't work. I installed all the available updates for 10.10 but still the camera wouldn't work. The only information about the camera on the laptop's webpage is that it is a 1.3 MP Web Camera.

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General :: Security Camera DVR

Jan 4, 2010

I have a Swann DVR4-2500 Security DVR with a Seagate SV series 500 Gig hard drive. I'm trying to offload the camera footage. The hard drive is formatted with Linux but dont know what kind. Would any type be able to help?

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General :: Web Camera Not Working With Fedora?

Sep 4, 2011

I'm using fedora 15 on my HP G42 laptop, I didn't install any particular packages for access web camera.Does the default OS support access web camera or Do I need to install any software package for that?

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General :: Mic And Camera Not Working In UBUNTU?

Dec 8, 2010

installed UBUNTU Linux to my laptop, but my webcamera and mic not working in UBUNTU.checked sound settings, is all unmute. I downloaded GNOME Alsa MIxer, PulseAudio etc but nothing happened...I read other topics, someone said to type that commands (may be helpful to understand any problem i have -?-) "cat /proc/asound/card0/codec#* | grep Codec"--> Codec: Realtek ALC275"cat /etc/modprobe.d/alsa-base" --> cat /etc/modprobe.d/alsa-base: No such file or directory

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General :: Monitoring Camera For Ubnunto 10.10?

Jan 8, 2011

Do you know a free Monitoring Camera software program enable motion detection with alarm?

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General :: Drivers - Connect HDMI Camera ?

Aug 26, 2011

In fedora or centos linux is it possible to connect HDMI camera to HDMI capture device [url]. And get the video for playback from Linux? Or still there will be driver issues?

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General :: Asus1201T- Camera Drivers For Ubuntu

Mar 1, 2010

I use an Asus 1201T EE PC, in India...which is new in the market. I don't know how to install the drivers necessary for the camera, and the internet isn't throwing much help for this- they appear to have drivers only for windows 7.

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General :: Get Camera Not To Mount As A Filesystem On Connection?

Jul 11, 2011

I have an old Intel webcam that doubles as a standalone digital camera. When I plug it in, Fedora automatically mounts the memory for the camera as a filesystem.However, because it is old and clunky, if I try to use its webcam functionality after this happens, it crashes internally and nothing ever happens.Even if I unmount the memory, still remains "crashed".I know that if the memory was never accessed, the webcam would work, as this is how it is on Windows, and also how it was in a previous release of Fedora, which didn't automount

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General :: Logitech Camera Not Co-operating In Lubuntu 10.10

Apr 3, 2011

Is there any way to get a cheap Logitech camera working with Skype/Lubuntu 10.10 which I just installed to my laptop compaq nx9010? Cheese is working OK, but Skype-Options-Video Devices-test picture gives me nothing but black. Skype recognizes the camera though, as to be USB Camera (046d:08d9) (/dev/video0).On my other computer (this one, Ubuntu 10.10) I have a Creative camera, works out of the box..

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General :: Change A Mp3 Player Into A Digital Camera?

Feb 9, 2010

connect your player to Ubuntu and with some magic Ubuntu changes it to a camera But now my 1 gig Philips Shoqbox can not play any music anymore.If i connect it in Xp it is also changed in a digital camera and i am not able to put any music file on it.In Ubuntu i can but the player doesnt see any of the songs.In Xp i cant format the player and can i do it in Ubuntu or Mandriva?Tomorrow i go install a new distro and is it a option to connect the device before i start the installation and format it then?And do i need to format it to fat32?Or is there a simple way to do it in a terminal?

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General :: Acessing The Video Stream From A IC-3030 Camera?

Mar 2, 2011

I am going to purchase an IC-3030 camera. I want to access the video stream and download it as it happens, but not by using the Edimax-supplied video utility, as the computer will be running Linux. I am unable to find in the user manual whether I can access the stream directly or not. How can I access the video stream directly from an Edimax IC-3030 camera?

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General :: DELL Monitor With In-built Camera For OS - Driver ?

Jan 24, 2010

I am planning on buying a DELL Monitor for my desktop. Now, I would like to have one which has an in-built camera. Also, my operating system is going to be Linux. Will I have any driver related issues for monitor as well as for the in-built camera.

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General :: Copy Pictures From Kodak Digital Camera?

May 2, 2010

I have overlooked some very important tools that would give me the information I'm looking for. What I'm trying to do is -

Plug in a USB camera
find /dev/camera-pseudonym
mount /dev/camera-pseudonym /camera
cp * ~/pictures
umount /dev/camera-pseudonym

and then work on adding this camera to /etc/fstab so that it will automatically mount to the usual place. I don't know how to find the pseudonym. I can, lsusb and see Bus 004 Device 009: ID 040a:05c1 Kodak Co. Digital Camera I can fdisk -l and not see any new partitions (which, with most USB devices with storage, I can usually see the partition listed in fdisk -l) After these two commands related to search FOR the pseudonym, I draw a blank and resort to manually searching /dev for things that may be useful.

This is difficult, though, because there are dozens of files named usb-something, and they're all very similar to one another, and not related to typical pseudonyms I'm used to (like /dev/usb[0-9], /dev/sd[a-z], etc) I would like to be able to find the /dev entry based on the ID 040a:05c1 because every USB devices I've tried has been listed by lsusb, and is accompanied by an ID number.How do I find the pseudonym in /dev for any usb device?

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General :: Importing Video From Camera Into (Lucid) Via Firewire (4 Pin)

Aug 3, 2010

I want to import raw High Def video into my computer so I can edit it on Cinelerra. Ubuntu doesn't allow you to use the ieee 1394 cable by default and everything I've tried to make it work, hasn't!!I don't want to go back to windows, pay a ton of money for some video editing software when there is an excellent video editing program already on my computer.]

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General :: Photo Manager To Import From Scanner Or Camera

Feb 12, 2011

I need to be able to open a photo manager and scan directly from within the program without opening a separate app. Is there one that does? I just installed Mint on my daughters laptop. Wow! I'm impressed. I tried a some Linux distros a few years ago and although I liked the idea, I just couldn't find one that impressed me. Things have changed since then! I tried 2 or 3 distros this past week and they all beat the pants off any version of Win... that I've used. I'm so impressed that I am now considering installing on my machine if I can find software replacements. If not, I may still do it and run Virtualbox when I need to. I need to start with the photo manager.

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General :: Connect A Camera For Picture Download, The Desktop Icon?

Jun 25, 2010

I'm running FC13, and suddenly, when I try to connect a camera for picture download, the desktop icon that would otherwise open the camera's memory directory opens a network directory instead. Seems the inode is munged and misdirecting.

If I go
cd .gvfs
ls -i
I get

2 gphoto2 mount on usb%3A002,005 an inode of 2? gphoto2 is broken too, but I'm not as worried about that.

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General :: USB Webcam Just Works Once And Next Time Have To Reboot - Reset The Camera Without Rebooting ?

Mar 5, 2010

I'm using Ubuntu 9.10, and a usb webcam that is shown as 'Bus 001 Device 005: ID 0ac8:3450 Z-Star Microelectronics Corp.' by lsusb.

The problem is that on connecting the cam, it just works with the first program I start (skype, tokbox, messenger), and if I disconnect it or switch to another program, it stops to work and I have to restart my computer to make it work again.

Is there some good solution to reset the camera without rebooting to make it work again?

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General :: How To Automatically Show USB Camera Or Memory Stick Contents In Icewm?

Mar 12, 2011

I normally use a very lightweight Linux setup. No desktop like Gnome or KDE, just Icewm as the windows manager and nothing else that normal users might consider essential. Well, I do need a file manager - I use Thunar.

Recently I've been trying Gnome. Whenever I shove a memory stick into a USB port, or connect my digital camera, it can automatically pop up a file manager showing all the goodies on that device. KDE does this too. I like this. Although quick at the command line, I like not having to go sudo to mount the device and all that.

If I want to stick with a lightweight setup using Icewm+Thunar, is there something non-huge I can install to make external devices fire up a Thunar window, or otherwise make access to the contents brainlessly easy?

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General :: Webcam - Compatible/controllable Camera Capable Of True 8MP+ Stills?

Apr 22, 2011

I'm looking for a Linux-controllable camera or Linux-compatible webcam that can produce native resolution photos in the 8MP+ range.

The computer needs to be able to trigger the capture and download the resulting image.

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Debian :: OS Does Not See Digital Camera Via USB

Mar 20, 2010

We've got one of those fancy, modern digital cameras and it's great for taking pictures, but I'd love to back those pictures up, too. When I connect the camera via its USB cable to my computer, the OS just doesn't "see" the camera/connection. Nothing shows up in fdisk -l. However, when I connect my mobile phone or USB HD via the same port, they show up in fdisk and can be mounted without any problem. The scary thing is that on my partner's laptop, running gNewSense (with Gnome), it (auto)mounts without any problems. The camera is a NIkon Coolpix L20 with an SD card.

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OpenSUSE Hardware :: How To Set Up Web Camera?

May 24, 2011

I have a phone Fly Q110 which can be used in the web camera mode. Under Windows all works well out of the box, but under Linux no program can use it, neither Skype, nor Cheese does.Please tell me how can I make it work under Linux because buyng Windows will be more expensive than the phone itself.

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Ubuntu :: How To Get Pictures From Camera

May 1, 2010

I plug my camera into my computer and a window pops that says a camera has been detected. There are two buttons, "Ignore" and "Import Photos". I click on "Import Photos" and nothing happens. I'm wondering if I can just navigate to a folder where I might find the pictures, kinda like /media/cdrom/ to get to a cd.

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