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Re: [Spca50x-devs] odd video corruption issue

On 12/13/06, Michel Xhaard <mxhaard@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Le Mercredi 13 Décembre 2006 05:44, Chris Weiss a écrit:
> > I used spcacat to capture these 2 images:
> > http://flatline.free-source.com/files/spca/SpcaPict-start.jpg
> > http://flatline.free-source.com/files/spca/SpcaPict-end.jpg
> >
> Hmm, a rolling shutter effect ?

it doens't "roll" though.  it more like shifts to the left and just
leaves whatever was on the right in the buffer or something.  it stays
with the 4 sections exactly like it has in that pic and the left 2
sections are the only ones that will change.

I should note that I haven't tried using this camera in a few years
now since I don't use windows much and it didn't even work this well
in linux last i tried it.  I don't think the camera is bad since it
does show good images until there is high motion... can a camera even
go bad in that manner?  maybe I need to dig out the windows software
and make sure it still works there.

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