Color saturated and image flipped horizontally. Is this symptom still reproducible in 8. I looks like the sensor is seeing to much light. Pierre Buyle mongolito wrote on When I plug my Microdia 0c My advice is don’t bother. Mine uses the Sonix driver allegedly in the default firmware.
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Tom Arnold g0tt wrote on I also think that we’re unlikely to get a USB2 device working nicely in an embedded environment like ours, we don’t really have enough oomph.
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Bug # “Weird picture with Microdia 0c webcam” : Bugs : gspca package : Ubuntu
Daniel T Chen crimsun wrote on I think you’ll find that pretty much most stuff labelled USB2 actually isn’t especially if you look at webcam chipset specs, and the labels on products. How to identify whats in the camera.
Sergio Zanchetta primes2h wrote on I have a similar problem with bad picture for the sonixj ID 0c Works fine on Ubuntu 9. I tried to find the gspca devel mailinglist, but that project seems kinda inaccessable.
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My advice is don’t bother. Email me about changes to this bug report. I have a laptop Microdia webcam 0c45 62c0 that works perfectly with Cheese 2.
The cam is now working using Ekiga, but not right. There are better camera’s out there that do run on 2. In the embedded arena its usually USB1.
The picture is too grey, not enough colours. Could not negotiate format [gstbasesrc. You need to log in to change this bug’s status.
Trying to find drivers for my webcam
To post a comment you must log in. Sergio Yes, Karmic kernel fixed this bug. When trying with gstreamer- properties, Uwb get the following error message: This bug affects 1 person. I’ve to be out of any direct light and close to the cam to see myslef, and the background is always bright white.
No, using the 8.
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As they cost money, some cough, ok, lots of Chinese chipset vendors don’t bother with real ones, or they use other peoples. If you wanted to redo the BSP into Linux 2. Re-organized the forum to more cleanly delineate the development section, as the end user support side appears to have taken a life of its own! When I plug my Microdia 0c Is it still reproducible using a supported Ubuntu release, as Hardy, Jaunty or Karmic?
The picture is nearly as good as on Windows now. Blueish highly saturated picture taken with camorama. The USB Forum generally issues these. Mine uses the Sonix driver allegedly in the default firmware.
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