Chromebook support UVC cams like P2V and Ziggi. To uses P2V and Ziggi offline, you will need an app that can source image from UVC cams on Chrome OS. For example, webcam toy.
IPEVO Document cameras (P2V/ Ziggi) are the UVC compatible cameras. UVC, the USB video device class is a USB device class that describes devices capable of streaming video like webcams, digital camcorders, transcoders, analog video converters, television tuners, and still-image cameras. For developers or cooperations who are looking to integrate IPEVO Document Camera into your own softwares or services, Please refer to the note below:
DirectShow API, which is included in Windows SDK, provides UVC controls.
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Currently, iMovie doesn't support external USB devices in direct-capture mode.
To edit movies captured with a USB webcam in iMovie, you need to first record them using software such as QuickTime.
Then, when iMovie is open, you can import those previously recorded movie files for editing.
Point 2 View and its proprietary software can only take still snapshots of the video images. You might try software solutions from third parties. Here is a tutorial about how to record video using Google Picasa. However, IPEVO does not guarantee whether any third-party software will work with Point 2 View, and we cannot offer technical support for such applications.
No, it does not. You might try software solutions from third parties. However, IPEVO does not guarantee whether they work with Point 2 View, and we cannot offer technical support for such applications.
You do not need either of them to use Point 2 View as a generic webcam. Point 2 View uses a UVC (USB Video Class) driver that is available by default in your operating system. However, you need the Point 2 View software to access advanced features such as snapshot taking, image adjustment, and full-screen viewing.