camorama

Gnome utility to view and save images from a webcam
  https://github.com/alessio/camorama
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  13 reviews



Camorama is a small utility to view and save images from a webcam or any other Video4Linux device. It can apply a number of image filters and make remote captures.
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rodrigograca31 1 year ago

Works great with the Logitech C920, pretty sure it defaulted to the highest quality the camera supported (1080) and didnt slow down like Cheese does but doesnt record video and has no way to choose the camera resolution

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insanux 7 years ago

Good for testing camera and taking snapshots. Works fine with 'cameramonitor' on Linux Mint 15

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pazuzuthewise 8 years ago

Works well in Mint 15, and does not have nautilus as dependency, as cheese does.

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Seadart 8 years ago

Only takes stills - useless!

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phaust 8 years ago

Linux mint 14 mate, всё работает идеально!

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ajax0 9 years ago

works great with my logitech c210. Great Work !

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AbeFreeman 9 years ago

Sorry, it does save pictures when I hit "take picture", it just didn't save them in the specified folder.

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avalosmau 10 years ago

Software exelente

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kardin 10 years ago

I prefer cheese but this is not that bad!! ;)

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Psycho-Pate 10 years ago

"cheese" is much better!

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wolfjb 10 years ago

didn't work for me, couldn't connect to /dev/vide0 even though it exists and I'm in the video group

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Eshu 11 years ago

bueno

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dorylinux 11 years ago

su linuxmint 9 /64 bit non và