LIFEVIEW USB ROBOCAM DRIVER

Early analog sensors for visible light were video camera tubes. But compared with a real TV, it stinks. Since the Express doesn’t have the sensor resolution to do by properly anyway, there’s no point at all using this resolution for video clips. Give Dan some money! Even in 12 bit mode, though, the Robocam makes much bigger files than the Logitech cameras. Thank You for Submitting a Reply,!

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USB webcams have to compress the video they capture in some way, because they’ve got less than a megabyte per second of real data transfer bandwidth to play with.

You can go up to by with the Express if you want, but the results are ugly – the software’s just multiplying pixels to make up for the low sensor resolution. But the stock software makes big porky files.

It gives you a quite straightforward interface with which to do pretty much everything that most people do with a webcam.

Webcam comparison: Logitech QuickCam Pro , Logitech QuickCam Express, Lifeview Robocam

You pays your money, you takes your choice. Going up to super-bright lighting with the QuickCam Express made things worse, if anything; now it made more jaggies on bright edges. There’s also a decent-sized telescopic antenna, which extends to about 75 centimetres All cheap webcams are manual focus – you turn the ring on the end ysb the lens to focus them.

On with the extra indirect lighting Since these are all tethered cameras – they can’t work unless they’re plugged into the computer – the cable length is important.

Life View USB RoboCam 3.13

The QuickCam software also lets you create your own real Web image gallery, Webcam page or live Webcast. Sexually explicit or offensive language.

This option requires basic OS understanding. Here’s the by results again, click for the full thing from the same camera in the same light.

It’s OK if you just want a newscast in the corner of the screen, or something. You can get basic Logitech QuickCams for rock-bottom prices, and they’ve also got some snazzy models that cost considerably more and work considerably better.

Overall Since none of these cameras costs a fortune, and given the QuickCam Pro ‘s clear superiority in the normally lit indoor situations where webcams are normally used, it looks like the camera of choice for most people.

There’s also Ulead Photo Express, a program that’s a bit like a tarted-up version of an old edition of Broderbund’s Print Shop. The Pro ‘s lens is wider angle than the other two cameras’ which is good, for indoor shotsand so it produces more distorted images than the QuickCam Express when you’re not using the correction – and you can’t use the correction when you’re capturing video. There is, of course, your basic still frame and video grabbing, with adjustable resolution and frame rate and so on.

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In bythe Express manages The posting of advertisements, profanity, or personal attacks is prohibited. There’s no harm in getting it on the disc, though.

The basic driver is uglier than the core QuickCam program, and not nearly as capable. If you want something easy to install that can give you a TV display in the corner of your screen, this’ll do it.

Sync problems USB video gadgets don’t deliver the video instantly. I gave up grabbing pictures from it at that point. Give Dan some money!

The camera that comes with the camera-and-tuner kit, though, has a five volt power connector that you plug into the cryptic power output on the back of the LifeTV, and a standard composite output that you connect to the LifeTV’s video in. But since nobody is likely to want to buy a LifeTV once they read my review of itthis isn’t much of a selling point.

The Logitech software can only manage byby and by If you believe this comment is offensive or violates the CNET’s Site Terms of Useyou can report it below this will not automatically remove the comment.

The LifeTV doesn’t have any of this stuff.

It’s Logitech’s most basic model, with a maximum capture resolution of by pixels, and it doesn’t have a microphone or a shutter button on top, or even a fancy stand. There’s a little USB extension lead with a side connector to which you connect the power lead. If the pifeview made smaller than it has to be then you get lower light sensitivity in your camera, though, and many cheap fixed focus lenses are set up to give decent results on close subjects, at the cost of making everything in the distance blurry.

You can record AVI files, but you can’t schedule the recording and you can’t see what’s on across the dial without zapping channels in the usual way.