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uvcdynctrl

libwebcam command line tool

Synopsis

uvcdynctrl [OPTIONS]... [VALUES]...


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examples

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uvcdynctrl --device=video0 --set="White Balance Component, Auto" 0
#uvcdynctrl --device=video0 --set="Exposure, Auto Priority" 0
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modprobe uvcvideo
uvcdynctrl -d /dev/video1 -i /etc/udev/data/046d/logitech.xml
uvcdynctrl -d /dev/video1 -s "Exposure, Auto" 1
uvcdynctrl -d /dev/video1 -s "Exposure, Auto" 1
uvcdynctrl -d /dev/video1 -s "Exposure (Absolute)" 300
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wc_LifeCamDeviceName="`uvcdynctrl -l | grep -e Microsoft | cut -d \ -f 3`"
uvcdynctrl -d "$wc_LifeCamDeviceName" -s Exposure,\ Auto 1
uvcdynctrl -d "$wc_LifeCamDeviceName" -s Exposure,\ Auto 1
uvcdynctrl -d "$wc_LifeCamDeviceName" -s Exposure\ \(Absolute\) 9
uvcdynctrl -d "$wc_LifeCamDeviceName" -s Focus,\ Auto 0

description

uvcdynctrl 0.2.1

Manage dynamic controls in uvcvideo
-h
, --help

Print help and exit

-V, --version

Print version and exit

-l, --list

List available cameras

-i, --import=filename

Import dynamic controls from an XML file

-a, --addctrl=vid

Import dynamic controls for vid from default location

-v, --verbose

Enable verbose output (default=off)

-d, --device=devicename

Specify the device to use (default=’video0’)

-c, --clist

List available controls

-g, --get=control

Retrieve the current control value

-s, --set=control

Set a new control value (For negative values: -s ’My Control’ -- -42)

-f, --formats

List available frame formats

-S, --save=filename

Save device controls state to a file

-L, --load=filename

Load device controls state from a file


see also

The full documentation for uvcdynctrl is maintained as a Texinfo manual. If the info and uvcdynctrl programs are properly installed at your site, the command

info uvcdynctrl

should give you access to the complete manual.

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