Has anyone successfully got any web camera software to work with zooming in/out for the Logitech C922 Pro Stream to when using the SDK preview?
I've searched from top to bottom across various threads, but I just cannot find a work around.
I've tried Logitech Capture, OBS and ManyCam however none of them seem to zoom like in the video below https://youtu.be/8HSYYcXBMlQ?t=127
All the other options seem to work, white correct, autofocus etc. I've tried setting them up prior to opening SC and after opening SC. But Zoom just doesn't seem to be a setting that sticks when using a C922.
I'm considering returning my camera as without the zoom I'm unable to frame my face properly and get vary inconsistent tracking. I'm also unable to physically get the camera any closer to my face.
Really hope they plan on developing the faceware tech further I realize it's probably not high on the priority list at this point though.
I managed to get it working. Using the recommended resolutions seems to be where things come right. I was trying the highest resolutions which SC was not recommending and that caused problems with the other apps not being able to manipulate the camera, such as zooming and panning.
I will confirm later and clear up this post once I've tested all the software using this particular change. However they all must be closed otherwise they block the camera for SC, so close them before starting up SC. Personally I have found of all the software that G Hub seems to be the best for me, although that's just personal preference, but I like being able to set up profiles that are saved in G hub. Logitech Capture never seems to persist my changes to the camera settings where as G Hub does.
The only thing I need to tinker with now is getting the FPS back to 60 which is only available with the 720p option. If I manage to do this I will update this thread with clearer instructions. Thank you to everyone that helped me get this working, its night and day now and I wont be returning my camera anymore.
Also as a lightning tip, point a desk lamp at the wall behind your monitor, this makes it that much easier for the camera to read your face. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nna-9G0lYLk
this video explains how to setup G Hub. Not that its overly difficult but it was useful.