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problem Camera with Receiver

I have this wireless Camera with Receiver and put on my computer and install programs now I wanna record from Camera but I don't show any programs

look this pic

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if must download some programs from internet tell me

and this pic form cd

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Assuming you have some form of capture card, most webcam software should work fine with it. Personally I liked K!TV for all things tuner and capture card related, especially since as well as using currently installed cards as normal it can also run some cards without a driver being installed (though only with a fairly specific list of chipsets, the Brooktree bt8x8 chipsets for example). Unfortunately last I checked it's not very compatible with Vista and while it sort of worked incompatibility mode it has a habit of being very crashy. If you're using XP though it's a very functional app (recording, video filters or all different kinds, timeshifting, etc) and while it hasn't had any updates in a couple of years it's still a very decent program and better than a lot of other webcam software both free and otherwise, best of all it's free.

Edit: Apparently people have had success with K!TV on Vista. Give it a shot anyway, it might just work.

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THANK YOU MY BOROTHER Sparda I HAVE CAMARE USB TRCRIVER

MR moonlit

I HAVE OS xp and windows 7 now i'm test programs windows Movie Maker detcetd camra

but I cant show any thing look pic setinng

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and im test K!TV but i don't how to use i'm test channel list look pic

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any idea another programs

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You're using the tuner feature, in the dropdown box which says "Video Tuner", choose Composite (or whatever you device uses), give it a name, choose the appropriate video format, tick the Active box and click Insert.

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Did you look up the make/model of the equipment you are using and see what the setup requirements are? Did you purchase this used, new? This looks more like a network camera, like something htat might host its own http server in the device and be accessed via web page or something. What kind of output does it send from the reciever itself?

What happens if you plug directly into a VCR or something to your TV source? Does it see anything?

That USB2860 device is nto the camera and reciever itself, am I correct? Try getting the device to work on your TV and VCR first. If its not working there, then you may not be able to get it to work with the pc.

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Did you look up the make/model of the equipment you are using and see what the setup requirements are? Did you purchase this used, new? This looks more like a network camera, like something htat might host its own http server in the device and be accessed via web page or something. What kind of output does it send from the reciever itself?

What happens if you plug directly into a VCR or something to your TV source? Does it see anything?

That USB2860 device is nto the camera and reciever itself, am I correct? Try getting the device to work on your TV and VCR first. If its not working there, then you may not be able to get it to work with the pc.

YES THIS purchase NEW

BUT THIS NOT IP Camera, JUST WATCH LIVE AND CAN RECORED IF USE PROGRAMING

i HAVE RECEIVER USB WIRELESS AND ANTINNA I'M PUT ON MY COMPUTER INSTALLER DRIVER

I do not have CARD DVR AND JUST LIKE THIS PIC

http://nservices.com/spycam208.jpg

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YES THIS purchase NEW

BUT THIS NOT IP Camera, JUST WATCH LIVE AND CAN RECORED IF USE PROGRAMING

LOOK THIS PIC

http://nservices.com/spycam208.jpg

Try getting the device to work on your TV and VCR first. If its not working there, then you may not be able to get it to work with the pc.
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Great COLOR camera system with receiver to watch over your home, warehouse, office, or retail business. All you need is a monitor and a VCR if you want to record what the camera ‘sees’. The camera transmits wirelessly so you don’t have to deal with running lots of cables.

The Spycam 208 is a single camera system for those that need to watch over a single area. It’s easy to set up and get running. Just add a monitor and/or a VCR if you think you might want to record what the camera sees.

Transmission/receiving Frequency - 2.4 Ghz

Valid Distance 30-50 meters

Camera can be powered with the included A/C adapter or with a 9 volt battery.

Power Adapters Included

From the sales page for the same camera , but on a different site.

http://www.stun-ningsales.com/SpyStore/wir...amerasystem.htm Second one down. Is that the same one you have? If so, you need to video out via the reciever to either a monitor or vcr to see the feed, or a video capture device that uses RCA video.

Is this yoru card: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=24Wxx4dasLg

If so, you may not have it set up and installed properly, or you need to use the capture software that came with the card if it is proprietary. Not sure. Good luck.

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