iMovie does not see the camera. My Logitech software, made for the C910, sees the 9000 Pro. Skype only detects an unknown USB audio device. For video, no camera is detected. Do you have any other Mac software I am supposed to have on which I could test the image?
Photoboot does not see it. I do not have FaceTime. Macam also does not see the 9000 Pro. Yes, it is directly connected by USB to one of the rear connectors.
It does not show directly. But when I click under «High Speed USB» (sorry of terms are not exact, my system is in French), on Various Devices, I read Product 0x0809 and supplier: 0x046d (Logitech Inc.), version 0.09
I do not have iMessage or Face Time (I migrated from the Windows environment, and all my friends are still on Windows). In iMovie, my Logitech QuickCam 9000 Pro is still not detected.
I changed the camera for the C910. Yes, Apple Store says it is compatible (Logitech says so, including for the 9000 Pro). I installed and even updated the software: It crashes continuously. I am currently trying to remove all of the Logitech application, and restart. Again...
I uninstalled all Logitech softwares. The C910 is now detected in iChat and PhotoBooth. I updated Skype to its latest version (220.127.116.1146) The camera is still seen as a generic USB device, and there is no usable video (all unsynchronized zebra patterns, no understandable image).One user suggests copying the camera information to the user library, but I could not find the information on which files should be copied.So far, it is all things I have tried. And I need to quit soon for work (another 10 usable minutes, until 2PM, Eastern time)
Hi,I installed the latest version on Friday, the same you sent a link for. I went back today (Sunday) to the Logitech support page, and I am trying to downlad and install, again, the Logitech sotware version lws220. When it tries (automatically) to open, it crashes again. For the kernel, I receive this part of the error message: Exception Type: EXC_BAD_ACCESS (SIGSEGV)Exception Codes: KERN_INVALID_ADDRESS at 0x0000000020414a59Back to the same problem: the Logitech does not seem to want to install correctly. So Skype can forget it!
Hello,I tried in safe mode. First the Logitech software brought me more menus. But no more success in detection. I tried to reinstall Skype also in safe mode. Unfortunately, I still receive unsynchronized video noise. Some poeple talk about the last "good" version of Skype as being the 2.8. I am trying to find it.
I also need to sleep and work. And off the computer most of the week-end. I had no more success with Skype 2.8. Deception, again...
Hi, I followed these steps. I get almost (almost is a key?) the same thing: Unknown USB device, Logitech appears in Photobooth and iChat, and stays unknown in Skpye with the difference being a simple black image instead of an unlocked noise pattern.
FYI, I have, installed, an AJA Kona video capture/display card, plus Matrox MXO2 device (capture/display video). Avid and Final Cut Pro installed. Maybe too many video codec and components...