6135 Views 4 Replies Latest reply: Jan 31, 2008 8:20 AM by EZ Jim
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iSight is turned on and off and otherwise controlled by the software you use to drive it.
I have never tested Adobe Connect, but it claims to be Flash-technology-based video.
Try configuring your Flash Settings as described in this post to see if that will get you going:
If that does not help you and you do not get the help you need here, see Adobe Connect Help on your Mac or try the Acrobat Connect Support Center. For instance, my quick search in the Support Center found this TechNote concerning iSight. If Flash Settings is not your problem, perhaps you trouble is related to this or some other Adobe Connect Support answer.
PowerBook 1.67 GHz w/Mac OS X (10.4.11) G5 DP 1.8 w/Mac OS X (10.5.1) External iSight
Thanks Jim. I found a thread that described driver conflicts and was able to solve the problem.
For anyone else with the same trouble:
Here is the correct order of events to use your built-in isight camera with Adobe Connect :
Turn the camera on (i dId this by launching iChat and using the command Video >>Video Preview
Then enter your Adobe Connect meeting room and click Meeting>>Select Camera. Select the USB camera option.
Next, Command Q (quit) ichat to release its command of the camera.
Finally, in Adobe Connect, click the "Share my camera" tab and check the "allow access to my camera and microphone" when prompted. (sometimes it didn't ask, that may be due to the multiple attempts on my part)