When using video for linux (e.g. /dev/video0) under rawhide trident driver using
a LogiTech QuickCam Messenger webcam, the output is considerably degraded. On
F-8 on exactly the same hardware, the output looked fine.
Using the trident driver on rawhide with the same webcam and hardware, the video
output which can be seen is largely obscured by a green overlay. Some video
signal is coming in from the camera because you can see that the green is
modulated by moving the camera around, but it is difficult to make out any input.
Are there any diagnostics independent of the webcam to determine if
video4linux/trident driver is working properly? or if it is a problem with the
Could we get your /var/log/Xorg.0.log attached to this bug, please?
Created attachment 295285 [details]
Add Xorg.0.log as requested.
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