03-01-2012 07:45 AM
When I make a video call with Skype, intermittently the picture-in-picture will rapidly flip upside down and back - the person I'm speaking to sees this too. The picture-in-picture seems to switch from normal to widescreen format too.
I don't have the Logitech Vid HD calling software installed (only Logitech Webcam software) as I'm using Skype, latest version .
My PC has Windows XP SP3 fully up to date; Intel Pentium 3.4 GHz processor. 3.25GB RAM. This is only a single core processor so not expecting HD video but it is certainly within the minimum requirements which are stated as: 1 GHz and 512 MB RAM or more. I presume the dual-core processor is only needed for HD with Vid HD calling.
Any thoughts folks?
03-21-2012 09:09 AM
1. Sign in to your Skype account.
2. Click on Tools > Options > Video settings.
3. Select Webcam settings and click on Advanced tab.
4. Under Image mirror, make sure that Mirror Horizontal & Mirror Vertical is "unticked".
This information was found here: http://community.skype.com/t5/Video/My-image-is-up