12-27-2010 03:52 AM
I am a happy owner of the Logitech C910 webcam. I want to use it only to record video's and therefore dont have the Logitech VID HD software installed.
In the future, I am considering buying more Logitech C910 webcams, along with a pc that meets the specific needs of the webcam. In order to do so, i have the following questions:
1) Are the FPS-possibilities with the webcam related to the graphics card used on the pc? What is the influence of a graphics card on the webcam performance / storage?
2) Will a faster harddisk have any influence on the possibilities of the webcam?
3) What are the minimum requirements of the webcam (cpu-wise) to record properly in let's say 960 x 540 resolution?
4) As we are only going to use the pc for webcam-use, does it need a seperate graphics card?
Thanks in advance for the tips / response!
12-27-2010 01:00 PM
12-28-2010 02:28 AM
Thanks for your quick reply.
I have just read the page and based on that, are the following statements true?
1) A graphics card will in no way have any influence on the FPS-possibilities of the webcam / the maximum performance of the webcam? In other words, when I want to build a pc "around the webcam", i dont need a separate graphics card?
2) An SSD harddisk will in no way have any influence on the FPS-possibilities of the webcam / the maximum performance of the webcam? In other words, when I want to build a pc "around the webcam", a regular hard disk (e.g. Samsung SpinPoint) will perform exactly the same?
There was no information on the page you sent me about the influence of a graphics card or a specific hard disk type, which is why I want to be sure about it, before investing lots of money into useless pc-items.
One final question, are there any hotkeys in the Logitech Quickcam Software to 'start' and 'stop' recording?
Thanks for the response!
12-28-2010 09:00 AM