DSLR as Virtual Webcam

Rodrigo Martinelli
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Re: DSLR as Virtual Webcam

Post by Rodrigo Martinelli » Fri Jul 31, 2020 8:06 am

Hi ! thanks so much, your software is brilliant even now.. just used it with a Nikon D5100, the only thing i noticed is te installer giving 2 identicals errors "Registering DCCVirtualCam.dll failed with code 3"
The other hiccup is, software was showing a full battery until the end..
Again, thanks a lot..

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lannersssss
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Re: DSLR as Virtual Webcam

Post by lannersssss » Fri Jul 31, 2020 2:58 pm

Hey,

I've been using this software for about 3 days now and noticed that the FPS counter goes wayyyy above the 60fps that my camera is capped at which is return using a lot of my CPU power, any ideas on how to fix?

Brian
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Software using 90% of CPU

Post by Brian » Thu Aug 06, 2020 3:40 am

I do not know if it should be doing this. I have a Ryzen 5 3600 and when I use the software, utilization goes up to 90%. I do not know if this is apart of the software or the part of the Camera. If it can be fixed, please fix it. I do not want a destroyed computer just by using a Camera Software.

bensow
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Re: DSLR as Virtual Webcam

Post by bensow » Mon Aug 10, 2020 9:51 am

Hi, same issue with another user here with Nikon Z50. The main DCC app works fine but it doesn't show up on DCC Virtual Webcam

admin
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Re: DSLR as Virtual Webcam

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lannersssss
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Re: DSLR as Virtual Webcam

Post by lannersssss » Wed Aug 12, 2020 8:29 pm

admin wrote: Mon Aug 10, 2020 12:13 pm Can you check this version https://sourceforge.net/projects/digica ... e/download
Hey, still seems like the FPS counter is gradually going up and using about 50% of my CPU

niwasiuk
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Re: DSLR as Virtual Webcam

Post by niwasiuk » Tue Aug 25, 2020 7:36 pm

Works great on my Nikon D5200 via USB. Live view restarts in less than a secon, thats great. There's a way to improve LV quality (recording, for example)? Maybe you can add a start record button. But the scaled LV feed is much better than a web cam, so it's great as it is. Thanks a LOT!

works@krankk.com
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Re: DSLR as Virtual Webcam

Post by works@krankk.com » Tue Oct 27, 2020 1:51 pm

Hi, is it possible to get the source code for DCC Virtual Webcam application.

As it is a simple application, it will be easy to understand the architecture. Have been trying to wrap my head around digicamcontrol source code for sometime now.

Thanks in advance.

Levvl
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Re: DSLR as Virtual Webcam

Post by Levvl » Sat Nov 07, 2020 1:58 pm

So, for me everything works just fine. Live view is smooth and responsive (Nikon D5600). But in the applications (especially zoom) there is a lot of video tearing noticable.

ostrich492
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Re: DSLR as Virtual Webcam

Post by ostrich492 » Wed Nov 18, 2020 3:36 am

hey im trying to use a d3100 as the web camera, it shows up on the app as D3100 ("xxxxxxxxx")(WIA).(xxx are the numbers) it shows the iso, merering mode, WB and EC. it also shows the battery, however the live view doesnt want to work. is there anything i can do to help this out? TIA

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