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Mount it using gphotofs Install gphotofs package: sudo apt-get install gphotofs Then create a directory wherever you prefer (i'm using /home/<user>/camera) mkdir /home/<user>/camera And use the following to mount it sudo gphotofs /home/<user>/camera notes replace <user> with your username
You can use vlc (sudo apt-get install vlc -y). Open vlc, then press Ctrl+R choose [capture device] and select your webcam Press [Convert/Save] Choose where to save the file and hit [start]. When you are done press ■
FTR, running: dolphin camera:/ Lets me grab files off my camera, it just wont show up in dolphin without that command line.
You may have to adjust the resolution or something. For a really basic but capable webcam app, there is guvcview. Guvcview has more options than more common apps like "cheese". Also, there is a viriety of video formats to choose from which may attribute to the difference in quality you mentioned in your post (I believe there are even ms video formats are ...
Firstly, SCJAM is not a copy of GoPro. It is a Chinese manufacturer of miniature cameras, and one of their product lines are cuboid cameras. I've spent 50+ hours going through reviews and eventually decided to go for their top model - SJCAM SJ5000+ Ambarella (with Panasonic's "Ambarella" processor), because it is almost as good as GoPro Hero 4 Black and 4 ...
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