On Friday 06 August 2010 16:00:28 beni brinckman wrote:
> On Friday 06 August 2010 15:45:41 Hans Petter Selasky wrote:
> > On Friday 06 August 2010 15:47:41 beni brinckman wrote:
> > > pwcview is installed.
> > > This is the result with the V-uap cam :
> > > 
> > > [b...@bsdaddict] /usr/home/beni# pwcview
> > > Webcam set to: 320x240 (sif) at 5 fps
> > > Failed to create yuvoverlay: Can't use YUV data on non 16/24/32 bit
> > > surfaces
> > 
> > Try to chown /dev/videoX instead of running pwcview like root.
> > 
> > --HPS
> 
> Changed the owner of /dev/video0. Now I'm getting this (as normal user):
> 
> [b...@bsdaddict /usr/home/beni]$ pwcview
> Webcam set to: 320x240 (sif) at 5 fps
> Warning short read, got only 3066 of 115200 bytes
> Warning short read, got only 25550 of 115200 bytes
> Warning short read, got only 25550 of 115200 bytes
> Warning short read, got only 25550 of 115200 bytes
> Warning short read, got only 25550 of 115200 bytes
> Warning short read, got only 25550 of 115200 bytes
> Warning short read, got only 25550 of 115200 bytes
> 
> And this message goes on and on. I get a new pwcview window on the desktop
> with a billiard green color but still no image.
> But it is already more than before !
> 
> With the Creative webcam5 still nothing. So I guess i will have to abandon
> that one and stick with the Logitech.

Try installing a newer version of libv4l. Or try a different mode:

pwcview -s vga

--HPS
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