software that will capture 30 fps?

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  1. generate macrumors newbie

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    Does anyone knows a "webcam/software solution" for my needs... or the mechanics of video cameras... as to why I'm having this issue. Or if it's just not possible yet with the latest technology & why.

    I am trying to capture quick ideas on my instruments with a webcam, but my hand motion is always blurry!

    Is it possible to capture med-fast motion video with "ANY" webcam.... "WITHOUT" the blurring? (in my case... my hands moving on the piano & guitar) I've been told to get the Logictech Quickcam Vision Pro, but I think it's the software.

    I can set up my big bulky Sony Digital camera overhead on a sturdy boom, and then transfer that into the Mac, but I'd rather have a nice light weight webcam (or ?)... ready to capture quick ideas w/o all the setup & transfer etc.

    I've tried many webcams now but still blurring.
    Every webcam I tried .. my hands are blury... even worse for overhead piano shots.

    http://web.me.com/absorbmusic/Absorb_Music/webcam.html

    I hooked my Sony DV cam into QT and recorded realtime into QT.. and got a clean hand motion... 30 fps, but thru my built-in MBP I get only 10 fps and no way to adjust it.
     
  2. gsahli macrumors 6502a

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    The purpose of a webcam is to communicate over the internet. So, a slower frame rate is usually better. The cameras and their software are made with this in mind (read - cheaper).
     
  3. generate thread starter macrumors newbie

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    Well, I have webcams (including isight) that "can" capture 30 fps, but I can't find a way to get QT Pro to do it. they all turn out at 10FPS.
    I know there must be software out there that will let capable webcams capture at this frame rate i need.

    With my Sony DV camera connected.. as just set to "on"... QT will capture it live at 30 FPS, and that one is very clear. no blurring of my hands.
     
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