|Oct 27, 2006, 08:52 AM||#1|
Want to use my DV Camera for video conference
This is a one-shot deal. We are having a training session with our Oregon and Honolulu offices. The plan was to use Skype and a web-cam. The quality of the web-cam goes downhill very quick as one gets away from the camera (not surprising). So, I thought about using my AG-DVC30 or AX-DVC100B. Usually web-cams come with software which captures the video image to the screen. Is there a a program Mac/Windows that can use a standard DV camera as its' source. I would entertain any suggestions and appreciate all comments.
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|Oct 27, 2006, 09:04 AM||#2|
iChat'll do that won't it?
But most DV cams will power down after 5mins or so, you could just set it to record to get round that and then you only have a problem after an hour when the tape runs out.
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