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 Post subject: Two Logitech webcams on same XP computer
PostPosted: Sun Dec 28, 2008 9:56 pm 
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Hi,

I have a Logitech STX Communicate webcam and it works perfectly with CamUniversal. I plan to buy another Logitech webcam to cover other parts of the room. Will I be able to use it together with the older one, on the same XP computer? I mean : no expected problem due to the drivers? If the webcams have different drivers, no problem? On the contrary, if they have the same driver, no problem?

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PostPosted: Tue Dec 30, 2008 3:45 pm 
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Hello,

I have 2 Logitech Quickcam express and 1 Logitech Quickcam web connected to one PC. No problems with the drivers!

The only problem is the USB bandwidth, which results sometimes in not flowing video previews.

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No problem running with different webcams but it is still unclear how to define the cam size of the windows (e.g. 320x160), fps (e.g. 30).
I believe that all my cams are running at 15 fps.

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Open the "Device Settings" dialog
http://www.crazypixels.com/camuni-manual-part5.htm

and adjust the settings through the driver dialogs which are displayed
through button press of "Video Device Settings", "Video Preview Settings" and "Video Record Settings".

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 Post subject: Re: Two Logitech webcams on same XP computer
PostPosted: Wed Feb 04, 2015 7:38 am 
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have a Logitech STX Communicate webcam and it works perfectly with CamUniversal. I plan to buy another Logitech webcam to cover other parts of the room. Will I be able to use it together with the older one, on the same XP computer? I mean : no expected problem due to the drivers

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 Post subject: Re: Two Logitech webcams on same XP computer
PostPosted: Wed Feb 04, 2015 1:43 pm 
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Hello,

I can't say if there will be any problems. I guess the only problem would be to get new drivers.
I don't use XP anymore and I know that some manufacturers don't support drivers for XP.

Now I use 2 equal Logitech Webcams under Win7 parallel without problems.

If you get current drivers for XP, it should work too.

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