deloptes wrote: > Dan Ritter wrote: > > > Step 4: Why do you think it's UVC compliant? I didn't see it in > > the manual, and discussion on the web mostly seems to be about > > how mediocre the thing is when it works, always on Windows > > systems. StarTech doesn't even mention Mac OS, and I think that > > they would do that if it were at all honest for them to claim > > support. > > Mac has its own versions of any hardware. When I was looking for DVB-T > Stick, I found that the same chip is used in a different model especially > for the Mac and then found out that it is typical for Mac hardware.
It's typical for standards-compliant hardware to work well on Linux, Windows and Mac OS without issue. When it doesn't, it's probably not standards-compliant. StarTech has a reasonable reputation for both honesty and compatibility: if they thought that a given device could work without a specialized driver (in this case, UVC standards compliance), then they would claim it on the package and in the manual. Since they don't, I expect this device does not support UVC. -dsr-