My webcam is not compatible with my newer computer, which is Win 10.
I want to know if there is such a thing as a 'portable' webcam, i.e., you can use it with apps such as Skype, but can also unplug it, and use as a video cam away from computer, then upload your video when you plug it back into the computer.
If there is such an 'animal,' I guess it would be out of my budget range anyhow--but I'm curious.
I record videos on my iPhone that I later upload to and view on my computer.
So there is no way can download driver for your webcam that would work with Win10? I suppose your webcam is generic no name and really should be auto recognized but this is Windows.I am assuming that this is a USB webcam.
the following may help.
https://www.pingzic.com/how-to-turn-on- … indows-10/
https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/win … 913c5c8e0c
https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/hel … bcams-help
I don't know; I may be able to get a driver update I think it's a Logitech camera; its shaped like a little ball.
In any case, that does not solve the issue of portability, and being able to use it also away from the computer.
I'll have a look at those sites; thank you for that.
Almost all digital cameras can be used as webcams, especially SLR's. Just do a youtube search for "use normal digital camera as a webcam" and theres many that show you how!
Oh Logitech .. Yeah throw that away logictechs don't play well with others. Get urself anything but a logictech. Damn. Buy something in this century at least
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