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Thread: PS2 Eyetoy as a webcam - PC [Tutorial]

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    Default PS2 Eyetoy as a webcam - PC [Tutorial]

    Eyetoy as a webcam, for Windows XP & Vista!

    Hello im doing another tutorial but this time it's how to use a eyetoy as a webcam. The reason im doing this is because i saw a youtube video and i saw a person using a eyetoy as a camera so i did some research. It's been out a while but i wanted to share it with the consolespot network.


    Requierments:

    - Namtai Eyetoy (SLEH-00031) Or Logitech (SLEH-00030)

    (SLEH-00030 Driver contributed by Silver-Wings-Of-Gold) Thanks man



    - Windows (TESTED ON VISTA, WORKS)
    - Drivers (in zip attached)



    Step1: Download and extract the attached zip containing the drivers. place the folder "eyetoy drivers" Or "sony_eye_toy" which is in the zip file onto your C drive, so it's like this - C:/eyetoy drivers OR C:/sony_eye_toy

    Step2: Plug in your Eyetoy and follow the instructions below.

    - When you plug in your eyetoy this will come up:


    Select "No, not this time" then click next.

    - Then it will ask you were to download the software from.


    Select "specific location (advanced)" then click next.

    - Then there will be a few options to select, use the image below to match up the settings.


    And were it says "include this location in the search" select were you put the drivers, so it would be "C:/eyetoy drivers" or were ever you placed your downloaded files, so select that and click next.

    - When you've clicked next it will come up with a warning window.


    Click "Continue Anyway"

    - After that it will come up with another unknown warning


    Click "ok"


    - When you've done that it will ask you for your power freuquency settings.


    Click "YES" for Europe, Australla & India. Or "NO" for American, Japan, Korean & Taiwan.

    - When you've selected your power freuquency settings your done!


    To see if the installation has worked try the "VIDCAP32.EXE" file which will be located in this folder - "C:/eyetoy drivers"


    Enjoy and comment of it works for you!
    Thanks for reading and give feedback. If you have any problems use the forum to comment OR add me on MSN and i'll go through it with you.


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    wow 2 tutorials in a day u mad guy. If i had an eyetoy id try this out but unfortunatley i dont own one

    But yet again a well detailed tutorial and well explained. Good job "VIP helper" lol


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    nice tut m8...tis clear and well presented...and very helpfull

    hope to be seing more great tuts in the futur m8

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    Wow
    Clear + Presentable + Easy to read
    What more could you ask for
    Works a perfect charm
    Recommend this user ,
    He knows what hes doing
    Keep the posting up Jazzer


    Jazzer15RuzarkoRhinos

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    nice tutorialdid it as soon as i saw it,luckily for me it works with vista(i've had a few compatibility issues with webcams and vista)



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    Quote Originally Posted by XxXmb View Post
    nice tutorialdid it as soon as i saw it,luckily for me it works with vista(i've had a few compatibility issues with webcams and vista)
    So it worked for you?! Im glad it did. Vista is annoying when it comes to installing hardware. Thats one of the main reasons why i stayed on Winows XP Media Center.

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    omg,i know all to well of vista's "simple difficulties" as i call them,but iam already in love with vista's user interface so iam stickin with it through thick and thin.



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    Been using my eyetoy as a webcam for a long time now, but this is a great tut for all those who don't know how. Good job, great tut.


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    Quote Originally Posted by XxXmb View Post
    omg,i know all to well of vista's "simple difficulties" as i call them,but iam already in love with vista's user interface so iam stickin with it through thick and thin.
    :up:Yeah I love Vista too
    But this driver still wont install says there is not a compatable driver available, I am no N00B to computers either any suggestions?

    *Eddit* Found out this driver is only compatable with 32 bit version of Vista I am running the 64bit Ultimate Version.
    Last edited by WHI73B0Y; 04-27-2008 at 11:29 PM.

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    Funny, I'm using mine as a webcam right now. What I want to know is how you turn a ps3 itoy into a webcam.

    Quote Originally Posted by Rhinos
    Last edited by Rhinos; Today at 04:16 AM. Reason: I Put "Conputers" And "Readong", WTF! There May Also Have Been A Slight Hint Of Pornography Involved In The Situation! :-)


 
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