Issues Related to Hardware (Sound, Video, Printers, Scanners, Webcams, Touchpads, Keyboards, Sensors, Drives, GRUB, etc.)
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Does it use the uvcvideo module for the driver? If it does, try guvcview. It's in the Entropy repository and can be used to configure various settings for Webcams that use the uvcvideo driver.
Know what? Whether it uses the uvcvideo module? Use the lsmod command to list the loaded modules, and look through the output to see if uvcvideo is in the list.
As I wrote previously, try guvcview. From the application's Web site:
You can also use guvcview (since version 0.9.9) has a control window only, (from console: guvcview --control_only), this allows image control on other apps, like ekiga, cheese, mplayer, skype, ...
Google is your friend, and also try:Guvcview stores all options into a configuration file named .guvcviewrc, this file is stored in the user home directory. The file is opened at start and it is rewritten at exit.
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man guvcview guvcview --help