If the image from your HuddleCamHD appears to be overexposed please try the steps below to remedy the issue. If you are using a MAC, please connect your camera to a Windows PC and then follow the steps below. Once done, unplug your camera and hook it back up to your MAC.
- Download AMCap here
- Make sure the camera is plugged in to USB and powered on
- Make sure no other video programs are open
- Launch AMCap
- From the "Devices" drop down menu, please select the camera
- You should now see the camera in the preview window
- Click on the "Options" menu
- Click on "Video Device" option
- Select "Properties"
- Click the "Default" button at the bottom of the properties window
- Click "OK"
- The preview window should now show a properly exposed image
- You should now be able power down this camera and have it not overexpose anymore.
(Please Note: you may need to restart the camera first for the new settings to take effect).
Another option to try is the Webcam Config tool.
- You can download the software here.
- Unzip the file.
- Click on Webcam Config tool.
- This opens the interface:
- Select "HuddleCamHD" from the Webcam Control dropdown. Then click Open Camera. You should see a preview of the webcam you are trying to adjust. Please note that if the camera is currently in use by another application, you will need to close that application in order to see it here.
- First click "Restore Default". The preview should now show the default image.
- You should now be able to make adjustments to these settings