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Author:  InfoCentral [ Tue Mar 02, 2010 7:44 am ]
Post subject:  PlayStation 3 Camaras

What is the deal now with the PlayStation 3 camaras. You are able to use them and are they any better or cheaper than the Logitech Pro 9000? I just read in the Announcement forum that the Recorded has been upgraded for their use. Thanks...

Author:  rolkalt [ Thu Mar 11, 2010 6:12 am ]
Post subject:  Re: PlayStation 3 Camaras

I'm interessted in this topic too. Another Question: Does the free driver also support a Multi-Camera-Setup in IPI Recorder? Because they have a seperat package "CL-Eye Platform Pack"(http://codelaboratories.com/products/eye/packs/) for $35 that features multicamsetups.

Author:  rolkalt [ Thu Mar 11, 2010 6:16 am ]
Post subject:  Re: PlayStation 3 Camaras

I'm interessted in this topic too. Another question: Does the free driver also support Multi-Camera-Setup in IPI Recorder. Because on their site the offer a special package that supports multicamerausage (http://codelaboratories.com/products/eye/packs/) for $35.

Author:  Michael Nikonov [ Thu Mar 11, 2010 6:19 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: PlayStation 3 Camaras

InfoCentral wrote:
What is the deal now with the PlayStation 3 camaras. You are able to use them and are they any better or cheaper than the Logitech Pro 9000? I just read in the Announcement forum that the Recorded has been upgraded for their use. Thanks...


PlayStation 3 cameras are better and are highly recommended.

Author:  Michael Nikonov [ Thu Mar 11, 2010 6:29 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: PlayStation 3 Camaras

rolkalt wrote:
I'm interessted in this topic too. Another question: Does the free driver also support Multi-Camera-Setup in IPI Recorder. Because on their site the offer a special package that supports multicamerausage (http://codelaboratories.com/products/eye/packs/) for $35.


You don't need the $35 driver. We don't recommend it.

iPi Recorder only requires the free driver from codelaboratories.com to register WinUSB as a default driver for PSEye camera (that is, add a couple of records to registry). iPi Recorder works with multiple cameras using iPi Driver.

Many people prefer to have both iPi driver (for iPi Recorder) and codelaboratories.com driver (for using PS Eye camera via DirectShow - for example, to use it in Skype etc.) at the same time. For iPi and codelaboratories.com drivers not to conflict, we decided to let codelaboratories.com driver to be installed first; iPi driver then uses codelaboratories.com's registry records.

Author:  Greenlaw [ Fri Mar 12, 2010 6:48 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: PlayStation 3 Camaras

Michael Nikonov wrote:
InfoCentral wrote:
What is the deal now with the PlayStation 3 camaras. You are able to use them and are they any better or cheaper than the Logitech Pro 9000? I just read in the Announcement forum that the Recorded has been upgraded for their use. Thanks...


PlayStation 3 cameras are better and are highly recommended.


Really? That's very interesting. I notice they are a bit cheaper too (Amazon has them for $32 for example.) Could you explain what the difference is, how they are better, and post some examples? I already have the Logitech cameras but may be interested in switching to PS3 Eye cameras if the difference is dramatic. Thanks in advance for any info.

Greenlaw

Author:  TheOwl [ Fri Mar 12, 2010 9:28 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: PlayStation 3 Camaras

If this camera can 100% track the arms for DMC usually fails tracking the arms compared to the legs, I am buying.

Author:  rolkalt [ Mon Mar 15, 2010 12:45 am ]
Post subject:  Re: PlayStation 3 Camaras

Michael Nikonov wrote:
rolkalt wrote:
I'm interessted in this topic too. Another question: Does the free driver also support Multi-Camera-Setup in IPI Recorder. Because on their site the offer a special package that supports multicamerausage (http://codelaboratories.com/products/eye/packs/) for $35.


You don't need the $35 driver. We don't recommend it.

iPi Recorder only requires the free driver from codelaboratories.com to register WinUSB as a default driver for PSEye camera (that is, add a couple of records to registry). iPi Recorder works with multiple cameras using iPi Driver.

Many people prefer to have both iPi driver (for iPi Recorder) and codelaboratories.com driver (for using PS Eye camera via DirectShow - for example, to use it in Skype etc.) at the same time. For iPi and codelaboratories.com drivers not to conflict, we decided to let codelaboratories.com driver to be installed first; iPi driver then uses codelaboratories.com's registry records.


That are good news. Thank you! We ordered 4 of them now and I will post my experience.

Author:  wailingmonkey [ Thu Mar 18, 2010 6:55 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: PlayStation 3 Camaras

Quote:
PlayStation 3 cameras are better and are highly recommended.

I hope you weren't joking, Michael ... just ordered 4 myself. :)
(although at $132 total, perhaps I can use them for something else if they don't work out)

Author:  Greenlaw [ Thu Mar 18, 2010 9:21 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: PlayStation 3 Camaras

wailingmonkey wrote:
Quote:
PlayStation 3 cameras are better and are highly recommended.

I hope you weren't joking, Michael ... just ordered 4 myself. :)
(although at $132 total, perhaps I can use them for something else if they don't work out)

Sigh! I'm with you. I caved in and ordered four PS3 cameras too. :)

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