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You could give CamTwist a try. It lets you take video inputs and remap them to virtual video sources that most apps can access. I’ve used it to remap a Firewire video camera connected to my laptop (via a Firewire to Thunderbolt connector) as my main video chat camera when doing a google hangout. It also let me overlay graphics into the camera video before ...


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The simplest way to confirm a hardware problem is to boot your machine using a different startup disk and testing the issue in question. To do so you would require an external HD or USB drive, with an OS installed on it, preferably Mac OS. Simply connect such external media to your machine via USB or Firewire and boot up the computer while holding down the ...


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The green LED is hardwired to the camera. If the green light is on, the camera is on. If the green light is off, the camera is off. So, I believe your camera is turning on and off, on and off, on and off… There are a couple other things you can try: Try a different user account: if you have another user account on your MacBook, log in to it and try to use ...



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