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Thank you for your reply. It is working now. However, one problem remains-screen flicker.
Changing resolution does not do much good. Also, it does not recognize its own driver.
The only choice is a Chicony USB 2.0 driver-no Cyberlink YouCam 9 chioce is given. However,
Zoom recognizes both drivers.
I installed the program and ran it. It said "no webcam available." I checked device manager and it listed a Chinony USB 2.0 driver with error code 45-not enabled. I uninstalled the driver to see if Windows 10 would correct the driver upon reboot-it didn't. Finally, I went into compatibility mode and tried Windows XP and Windows Vista. I found that Windows Vista SP2 gave the best result-100% function. I hope this helps someone as it drove me batty.
I found a simple way to set tracks permenently. Create a screen with the desired track arrangements and adjust as described above.
Then save to a file. Now, you can call up that file and always have your desired track arrangement.
Is there a way to show all the tracks at once? It would make working much more easy.
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