05-10-2012 07:10 AM
Whenever I try to record with my C920 it only ever records at 15FPS, and it says on the box and in the tech specs that it can record at 30FPS. The reason this is a major issue for me is because I'm combining my webcam footage with video game footage.
Video game footage = 60FPS
Webcam footage = 15FPS
When I render out the full video combining both sets of footage at 30FPS, the video game footage looks fine, but the webcam footage is all choppy an stuttered because it's only recording at 15FPS.
So yeah, anyone that could tell me how to simply record at 30FPS using the C920 would be a massive hero.
06-20-2012 09:33 AM
Try the following troubleshootings steps and check if they can help resolve the issue:
1. First make sure the computer meets the recommended system requirements. Check here for the recommended system requirements.
2. Make sure the Logitech drivers/software is updated.
3. Make sure the webcam is plugged in directly to the USB port of the computer and not through a USB hub or docking station. Try different USB ports too.
4.Try recording without any other programs running.
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02-12-2013 06:14 AM - edited 02-13-2013 05:34 AM
Sorry for my English. When you disable the option "Rightlight", you will get the desired results. The camera starts to record video at 30 fps frame, but only in the format screen 720 and 1080. I hope it will help you.
02-14-2013 05:00 AM
Mikl_MMM sez -
When you disable the option "Rightlight", you will get the desired results. The camera starts to record video at 30 fps frame, but only in the format screen 720 and 1080.
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