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How do I save web cam videos


steve263000

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I have purchased the LifeCam HD-3000 for my computer. It is enough for my basic needs. It has been set up and seems to work fine, but I cannot find how to save the photos and videos that I want to take with it. I have downloaded the special effects package, and that is pretty pointless, thinking that there would be somewhere to save with that.

I have been onto the Microsoft site, but could not find any help there either.

Has anyone got one of these cameras and how do I save?

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Woolwell

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Try using Windows Movie Maker and capture videos using that.

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Woolwell

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Live Photo Gallery for stills.

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steve263000

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I cannot find the photo/video to save or work with, When you create a video or photo with the Web cam nothing seems to happen. That is it, the video is there but you can do nothing with it.

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Woolwell

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Before you record open Windows Movie Maker then you should see on the home tab webcam video click on that and then set it up and record. I haven't your webcam but this procedure works with mine.

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