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Description of problem:
Images captured from webcam (creative webcam III) are "repplied" with
3 times with 1/3 of correct width, ie., when rendered we see 3 times
the correct image, each compresset to 1/3 of correct width.
I guess that the problem is that those cameras work with 12bpp YUV
instead of 16, 24 or 32 bits and videodev is "adjusted" to 16/24/32bpp.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. get a webcam viewer (Camorama, Powa, gqcam, etc...)
2. compile it, install it
3. execute and "voilï¿½"...
Actual Results: The image holds three copies of the intended image,
compressed in width.
Expected Results: The correct image
Tested with Creative webcam (OV511 driver)
can you get the ov511 related msgs from your dmesg ?
I just tested with a WebCam3 using an OV7620 sensor, and it works fine
when I view it with xawtv, or use camE
I'd also suggest you try viewing with xawtv. If that looks ok, it's
a bug in the apps you're using.
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