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camorama

camorama is a GNOME 2 Webcam application featuring various image filters.

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RSS Recent releases

  •  28 Sep 2006 04:19

No changes have been submitted for this release.

  •  20 Aug 2003 14:14

Release Notes: This release adds the ability to resize on the fly, a system tray icon, and further GUI improvements. For Debian users, it is now in unstable.

  •  21 Jan 2003 06:49

Release Notes: A new GUI was implemented. The code was switched to use gdk-pixbuf. libglade is now used. A schema was added.

  •  02 Dec 2002 15:14

Release Notes: There are lots of bugfixes, the ability to upload captures via FTP, more customization options, and a timestamp.

  •  28 Aug 2002 17:20

Release Notes: This release can save as different formats. There are a couple of new filters and bugfixes.

RSS Recent comments

30 Nov 2012 13:54 lilrc

The link to the website and the download link do not work. I get error 403 Forbidden every time I try to access the site.

24 Dec 2008 00:12 romicva

Doesn't work
DELL Latitude e6400 w built-in webcam. I'm getting an error when launching the app: "Could not connect to video device (/dev/video0). Please check the connection."

I don't even get to see the application. Thank you for your support.

16 Apr 2008 04:38 saky

Re: Works for me !
Looking at the sourcecode, I believe the changes required would be:

In callbacks.c, Line 192, interval_change method:

replace "* 60000" to "* 1000"

also change the 'label56' caption to 'seconds'

hopefully it'll work.

> Hi, I have a got some chinese made

> webcam that uses V4L2 driver for

> ZC0301[P] Image Processor and Control

> Chip v1:1.07 and it works with gspca on

> Ubuntu.

>

> Though, I would really like to see the

> automatic pictures taking timer down

> from the minimum 1 minute to a second.

>

> Cheers

>

>

>

> % hi. please send me feedback about

> % camorama. if it does/doesn't work

> for

> % you, what kind of camera you have,

> what

> % you like or hate.

> %

> % thanks

> %

>

>

>

16 Apr 2008 04:04 saky

Works for me !
Hi, I have a got some chinese made webcam that uses V4L2 driver for ZC0301[P] Image Processor and Control Chip v1:1.07 and it works with gspca on Ubuntu.

Though, I would really like to see the automatic pictures taking timer down from the minimum 1 minute to a second.

Cheers

> hi. please send me feedback about

> camorama. if it does/doesn't work for

> you, what kind of camera you have, what

> you like or hate.

>

> thanks

>

11 Aug 2003 09:12 Betatester Thumbs up

Re: Does not work for me :\
Hi, i was looking for a webcam app like this, but it does not work for me, the image looks like a mesh of green squares moving randomly and there is just a tiny stripe at the upper screen where the cam image seems to appear. Im using an EZCam USB II OV6620 and model is P10UC. Through BTTV driver at /dev/video1 My box is RedHat 9 running the default Desktop.

Any contribution i can provide just let me know.
(Im not american, so my english is not to good, sorry)

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