03-03-2012 06:56 PM - edited 03-03-2012 07:01 PM
I'm thinking of buying the C270 webcam. Logitech says the camera uses something called "Fluid Crystal" technology:
"What is it? Fluid Crystal is a proprietary algorithm that automatically adjusts the frame rate, color and sharpness to provide the best possible picture and motion."
Is this something which is implemented on the hardware side, so I would benefit from also on linux (debian), or is this something which is only software-implemented with the Windows drivers, and therefore no performance improvements will be noticed on linux?.
Any first hand experiences with this webcam on linux?.
03-18-2012 05:00 AM
mzzaa11 asks -
Is [Logitech's Fluid Crystal™ Technology] something which is implemented on the hardware side, so I would benefit from also on linux (debian), or is this something which is only software-implemented with the Windows drivers, and therefore no performance improvements will be noticed on linux?
Please contact Logitech Support directly for assistance with this issue.
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