Bern said:They were updated a few weeks ago? I missed that.
What was updated about them?
You're pretty lucky. Apple has documented the problem after many complaints. I know that there was a firmware update last year so that might have fixed the problem.LeeTom said:I've had an iSight and iPod together for nearly two years, and I've never had any kind of problem.
Not that I know of. I steadfastly avoid using my Firewire hard drive or my iPod when my iSight is plugged in. Very bad things happen to the data on the Firewire hard drive and iPod, otherwise.Pismo said:I think the next iSight will have either Firewire or USB 2 connectivity (or both). The iPod is now USB 2 (standard, but still works with firewire). I know that the iSight has had problems when there was an iPod connected via firewire cable. I hope Apple fixes that problem soon. Have they already?
Isn't Apple still on the 1st iSight? I don't recall Apple ever changing the iSight since it was released. If there were revisions, what was changed?chameeeleon said:
Adding and taking away mounts doesn't count as a revision. A revision is to the iSight itself.chameeeleon said:Revision B included the magnetic mount for the new displays/iMac
Revision C no longer includes the mount for the old displays
Not exactly very exciting stuff.
I was merely using the terminology used in the ThinkSecret article. What would one call the removal and addition of mounts then, considering they altered the revision letter?Pismo said:Adding and taking away mounts doesn't count as a revision. A revision is to the iSight itself.
msn messenger for the mac does not have web cam capabiliteis.. and you cannot use isight with VPC for messenger as far as i know (if im wrong please let me know as i would like to use it for that purpose also)...Gil_Grissom said:sorry guys if this isnt appropriate here.
Does the isight work wiv any webcam enabled program on the mac for instant messaging or just ichat?? (such as msn messenger, for video conferencing or simple webcam viewing!!)
Many thanks.rock6079 said:msn messenger for the mac does not have web cam capabiliteis.. and you cannot use isight with VPC for messenger as far as i know (if im wrong please let me know as i would like to use it for that purpose also)...
anywase it will work with most any other application which allows or accepts a web cam video feed for example, yahoo instant messenger, imovie, gcam (surveillance software) etc.. search versiontracker.com for more apps to use with it