Other bug subscribers Subscribe someone else. May some of you would try that medibuntu package also? For what i’m concerned intrepid fixed this issue for me with skype. On Fri, Dec 26, at This is a gspca issue, not an ekiga issue.
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This seems to force ekiga to open the camera at x and do scaling itself.
You should then be able to test via a LiveCD. At least, it is what Ekiga does The brightness slider in ekiga doesn’t working.
[ubuntu] How to install webcam (gspca) with a custom kernel? Is there a guy that managesthat ?
The gspca driver pretend to send the right requested size x ; but in fact it just crop from x Sometimes I have that problem and sometimes not. Any chance of getting this included then?
Bug attachments This is a x mode, this is totaly ok. I think that’s wrong. It is probably affecting Skype since it began to do video under Linux.
Seems to affect skype users, too. Luckily this vloopback is at least a temporary solution: Confirmed that image cropping is still an issue on 8. The image still gets cropped.
Bug reported by Major Andras on I compiled the patch with gspca Frodon frodon wrote on You are not directly subscribed to this bug’s notifications. I just had a long video conversation with someone using Ekiga. On Tue, Jun 3, at 4: There are one of two ways you should be able to test: Ekiga has the very same problem as it request by default x and gspca just crop from x I’m sorry, but this test’s result is failure.
Hello With this patch ekiga works correctly, but there is a kerneo problem. I have a Logitech Quickcam Messenger d: The problem has been reported upstream since long now and the bad behaviour still remain the same Not sure though, if it is now the patch together with the medibuntu Skype version or only the medibuntu Skype version.
Peng Deng d6g wrote on We appreciate your patience and understanding as we make this transition. A workaround that seems to work for me is to download, compile and load the vloopback module: It is up to the application using it to scale the image down if it kdrnel not do it.
Thanks again, we really appreicate your help and feedback. Kevin Valentine kejava wrote on Yes, Leann, I’m still seeing the problems described here on more than one fully up-to-date Intrepid computer. Luc Saillard wrote this patch to the gscpa driver: Launchpad Janitor kerjel wrote on