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Janeo [Avatar]
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YouCam 9 accepts 1920 x 1080 (i.e. 1080P) camera resolution, but with no video effects, which are available only at 720P
Why doesn't YouCam 9 have video effects (including the most important "ZOOM" and "Flip horizontally") at this resolution? I am very surprised because webcameras in this resolution have already been started to be mass-produced.
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Quote YouCam 9 accepts 1920 x 1080 (i.e. 1080P) camera resolution, but with no video effects, which are available only at 720P
Why doesn't YouCam 9 have video effects (including the most important "ZOOM" and "Flip horizontally") at this resolution? I am very surprised because webcameras in this resolution have already been started to be mass-produced.


My YouCam 9 doesn't have this issue. All effects work normally at 1080p.
Maybe you can try another hardware device?
For example, another camera or PC
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I don't understand this... I have a clear message from the software that YouCam 9 does not support, please see the enclosed picture. After clicking OK all video effects become inactive.
In the meanwhile I turned to Cyberlink support.

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Janeo [Avatar]
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Quote I don't understand this... I have a clear message from the software that YouCam 9 does not support, please see the enclosed picture. After clicking OK all video effects become inactive.
In the meanwhile I turned to Cyberlink support.


The problem solved, the reason of this abnormality was too light graphics card in the computer. After a change for a better graphics card, everything is OK.
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