Re: configuration help
The way I configure mine, is I pull up xfqcam, and get the settings just
right, then put them in the shell script I want it to work from.
qcam -b 169 -c 46 -w 36 -p 0x378 2>/dev/null | cjpeg -quality 60>
On Mon, 12 Feb 1996, Aram W. Mirzadeh wrote:
> I just received my connectix ... hooked the sucker right up, first to my
> windows box, just to see what it is supposed to look like... worked great.
> Moved it over to my linux box, kicked everyone off the system, rebooted
> and compled the qcam-0.3 program.
> I'm trying to get it to take a good picture, but it's coming out very very
> bad looking. Most of the time it comes out as a black picture, with maybe
> a small part of my shirt.
> It's sitting to the left of me on a desk about 48" away. I'm using
> qcam -b 255 -c 100 -w 80 -x 320 -y 200 -p 0x378 2>/dev/null |
> cjpeg > office.jpg
> as my capture command.
> I've tried playing around with numbers, but it seems very unpredictable,
> the same number don't give you the same picture all the time?!?
> Does anyone have any suggestions?
> Aram W. Mirzadeh, MIS Manager, Qosina Corporation
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