Webcam to render at HD (Full Resolution)


#1

This would be awesome to have the ability to be able to change the resolution and any features such as Zoom, Pan, Orientation of a Webcam. Because at the moment we are limited to a certain resolution and no functionality when it comes to using the webcams capabilities.

  • The option to select multiple webcams. - in an ideal situation to have a photobooth with multiple webcams so more than one person or groups can have there photo taken.

  • Full DSLR Camera Support.

  • Yes
  • No

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#2

Agreed. At least something better than 640x480.


#3

@mike_backhouse,
In our :new: upcoming release (any moment now!) we’ve made some serious enhancements to the webcam asset.
In particular for the following properties;

Camera: Indicates the camera that the experience will use, the dropdown menu lets you choose among the following choices:

  • Default: Will use the default camera of the device.
  • A list with all installed webcams, displayed with their name
  • Android - Webcam User: to specify the Webcam User of an Android Tablet (Front camera)
  • Android - Webcam Environment: to specify the Webcam Environment of an Android Tablet

You also have the ability to directly specify the name of a Webcam.

Mirror image - If selected, the live feed will act like a mirror reflection.

Delay - The time - in tenths of a second - between live action and when that action is displayed in the Webcam asset. Increasing the delay will improve image quality.

Video resolution: Indicates the video resolution to use. You have 3 choices:

  • 320 x 240
  • 640 x 480: Recommended
  • Set by camera: corresponds to the maximum resolution available with the selected camera.

#4

is there a way to have multiple webcams at once??

This is brilliant news!!!

What about DSLR Camera’s?


#5

If you have multiple cameras you will have to choose the one you want to use (so no, no option of multiple cameras) you can however have a different camera on each scene.
DSLR cameras are not supported at this point.