Pc Cam Manufacturer Driver

457 drivers total Last updated: Jun 27th 2020, 17:26 GMT RSS Feed

Driver Logitech camera is a driver to install the HD Logitech webcam. It enables this kind of webcam to properly sync with the computer. Driver Logitech camera is a driver to install the HD Logitech webcam. It enables this kind of webcam to properly sync with the computer.

This package provides Camera Driver and is supported on S340-14IWL, S340-15IWL, S340-15IWL Touch and running the following Operating Systems: Windows 10 (64-bit). Download and Update HP webcam driver: Done in no time. Through this post, we discussed the best ways to download and update HP webcam drivers. In our view, not just the webcam but all the Windows drivers need regular upgrading for the smooth functioning of the device. Thus, ensure that the drivers remain updated at all times. Download Sony VAIO SVE1512MPXS WebCam Driver 4.0.21.457 for Windows 7 64-bit (Digital Camera / Webcam / Camcorder).

Latest downloads from HP in Digital Camera / Webcam / Camcorder

HP Pavilion 13-an1000 IR Camera Driver 10.0.18362.20117 for Windows 10 64-bit

10,651
downloads
Windows 10 64 bit
Jun 27th 2020, 17:26 GMT

HP Pavilion 13-an1000 IR Camera Driver 10.0.18362.20118 for Windows 10 64-bit

1,046
downloads
Windows 10 64 bit
Jun 27th 2020, 17:04 GMT

HP ENVY 17-u200 IR Webcam Driver 10.0.10240.11160 for Windows 10 64-bit

1,381
downloads
Windows 10 64 bit
Jun 22nd 2020, 11:40 GMT

HP ENVY 17-u200 IR Webcam Driver 10.0.14393.1123 for Windows 10 64-bit

250
downloads
Windows 10 64 bit
Jun 22nd 2020, 11:27 GMT

HP ENVY 17-ae0000 IR Webcam Driver 10.0.16299.20019 for Windows 10 64-bit

374
downloads
Windows 10 64 bit
Jun 21st 2020, 05:05 GMT

HP ENVY 17-ae0000 IR Webcam Driver 10.0.15063.11299 for Windows 10 64-bit

251
downloads
Windows 10 64 bit
Jun 21st 2020, 04:53 GMT

HP ENVY 17-ae0000 IR Webcam Driver 10.0.14393.11233 for Windows 10 64-bit

135
downloads
Windows 10 64 bit
Jun 21st 2020, 04:34 GMT

HP Pavilion 13-an0000 IR Camera Driver 10.0.18362.20118 for Windows 10 64-bit

316
downloads
Windows 10 64 bit
Jun 19th 2020, 08:29 GMT

HP Pavilion 13-an0000 IR Camera Driver 10.0.18362.20117 for Windows 10 64-bit

96
downloads

10.0.18362.20124_rs5

Windows 10 64 bit
Jun 19th 2020, 08:29 GMT

HP ENVY 17-u200 IR Webcam Driver 10.0.10586.11211 for Windows 10 64-bit

221
downloads
Windows 10 64 bit
Jun 17th 2020, 06:11 GMT

HP ENVY 17-u200 IR Webcam Driver 10.0.15063.20005 for Windows 10 64-bit

40
downloads
Windows 10 64 bit
Jun 17th 2020, 06:10 GMT

HP ENVY 17-u200 IR Webcam Driver 10.0.15063.11299 for Windows 10 64-bit

25
downloads
Windows 10 64 bit
Jun 17th 2020, 06:10 GMT

HP ENVY 17-ae1000 IR Webcam Driver 10.0.16299.20038 for Windows 10 64-bit

61
downloads
Windows 10 64 bit
Jun 16th 2020, 14:34 GMT

HP ENVY 17-ae1000 IR Webcam Driver 10.0.17763.20067 for Windows 10 64-bit

80
downloads
Windows 10 64 bit
Jun 16th 2020, 14:34 GMT

HP ENVY 17-ae1000 IR Webcam Driver 10.0.15063.20005 for Windows 10 64-bit

59
downloads
Windows 10 64 bit
Jun 16th 2020, 14:34 GMT

HP ENVY 17-ae1000 IR Webcam Driver 10.0.16299.20019 for Windows 10 64-bit

32
downloads
Windows 10 64 bit
Jun 16th 2020, 14:34 GMT

HP ENVY 17-ae1000 IR Webcam Driver 10.0.15063.11299 for Windows 10 64-bit

52
downloads
Windows 10 64 bit
Jun 16th 2020, 14:33 GMT

HP Pavilion Power 15-cb000 IR Camera Driver 10.0.15063.11299 for Windows 10 64-bit

291
downloads
Windows 10 64 bit
Jun 13th 2020, 22:37 GMT

HP ENVY 17-u100 IR Webcam Driver 10.0.15063.11299 for Windows 10 64-bit

74
downloads
Windows 10 64 bit
Jun 13th 2020, 13:16 GMT

HP ENVY 17-u100 IR Webcam Driver 10.0.14393.1123 for Windows 10 64-bit

19
downloads
Driver
Windows 10 64 bit
Jun 13th 2020, 13:16 GMT

HP ENVY 17-u100 IR Webcam Driver 10.0.10586.11211 for Windows 10 64-bit

25
downloads
Windows 10 64 bit
Jun 13th 2020, 13:16 GMT

HP ENVY 17-u100 IR Webcam Driver 10.0.10240.11160 for Windows 10 64-bit

26
downloads
Windows 10 64 bit
Jun 13th 2020, 13:15 GMT

HP Pavilion Power 15-cb000 IR Camera Driver 10.0.16299.20038 for Windows 10 64-bit

300
downloads
Windows 10 64 bit
Jun 10th 2020, 15:27 GMT

HP Pavilion Power 15-cb000 IR Camera Driver 10.0.14393.11233 for Windows 10 64-bit

86
downloads
Windows 10 64 bit
Jun 10th 2020, 15:27 GMT

HP Pavilion Power 15-cb000 IR Camera Driver 10.0.15063.20005 for Windows 10 64-bit

47
downloads
Windows 10 64 bit
Jun 10th 2020, 15:27 GMT

HP Pavilion 15-cs3000 IR Camera Driver 10.0.18362.20117 for Windows 10 64-bit

105
downloads
Windows 10 64 bit
Jun 10th 2020, 15:00 GMT

HP Pavilion 15-cs3000 IR Camera Driver 10.0.17763.20095 for Windows 10 64-bit

43
downloads
Windows 10 64 bit
Jun 10th 2020, 15:00 GMT

HP Pavilion 15-cs2000 IR Camera Driver 10.0.17763.20067 for Windows 10 64-bit

1,228
downloads
Windows 10 64 bit
May 24th 2020, 00:52 GMT

HP Pavilion 15-cu1000 IR Camera Driver 10.0.16299.20038 for Windows 10 64-bit

361
downloads
Windows 10 64 bit
May 20th 2020, 23:48 GMT

HP Pavilion 15-cw1000 IR Camera Driver 10.0.17763.20067 for Windows 10 64-bit

243
downloads
Windows 10 64 bit
May 19th 2020, 16:03 GMT
Want more? Browse through the pages:
-->

Important

This topic has been deprecated. See the Device MFT design guide for updated guidance.

UWP device apps let device manufacturers apply custom settings and special effects on the camera's video stream with a camera driver MFT (media foundation transform). This topic introduces driver MFTs and uses the Driver MFT sample to show how to create one. To learn more about UWP device apps in general, see Meet UWP device apps.

The driver MFT

This section describes the Media Foundation Transform (MFT) that you create to apply effects to the media capture stream coming from the camera. This is how you provide transforms for color effects, scheme modes, and face-tracking effects that really distinguish your camera from others. This MFT, known as the driver MFT, is first applied to the connected video stream coming from the camera driver when a UWP app begins video capture. When that app invokes the Camera options UI, Windows automatically provides access to any interfaces the driver MFT implements for controlling its custom effects.

A Driver MFT is not required for a UWP device app. A device manufacturer may choose to implement a UWP device app without a driver MFT, simply to provide a differentiated user interface containing branding for their hardware, without applying custom settings and special effects to the video stream.

How a driver MFT is used

The UWP device app for a camera runs in a different process than the Microsoft Store app that invokes it from the CameraCaptureUI API. For the Microsoft Store device app to control a driver MFT, a specific sequence of events across different process spaces must occur.

  1. A UWP app wants to capture a photo, so it calls the CaptureFileAsync method
  2. Windows requests the driver MFT pointer and the camera's device ID
  3. The driver MFT pointer is passed to a settings host
  4. The host queries device properties for the app ID of the Microsoft Store device app associated with the camera (per device metadata)
  5. If no UWP device app is found, the default flyout interacts with the capture engine
  6. If a UWP device app is found, it is activated and the settings host passes the driver MFT pointer to it
  7. The UWP device app controls the driver MFT using the interface exposed through the pointer

AvStream driver model requirement

Your camera’s driver must use the AvStream driver model. For more info about the AVStream driver model, see AVStream Minidrivers Design Guide.

How the driver MFT is exposed to apps

A driver MFT is registered with Windows as a COM interface so that the transform it implements can be applied to the media stream coming out of a specific device, such as a camera.

Note A driver MFT shouldn’t be registered using the MFTRegister function because it is device specific and not a general purpose MFT. For info on the registry key, see the Installing and registering the driver MFT section later in this topic.

When an app initiates a video capture, a Media Foundation Source Reader is instantiated to provide the video stream. This media source reads a registry value from the device registry key. If the CLSID of the driver MFT’s COM class is found in the registry value, the source reader instantiates the driver MFT and inserts it into the media pipeline.

My laptop does not detect my webcam

In addition to UWP device apps, the driver MFT functionality can be accessed when the device associated with it is used to capture video using the following APIs:

  • HTML5 <video> tags in a UWP app using HTML. Transforms that the driver MFT has enabled will affect video that is being played using the <video> element, as in the following code example:

  • Windows.Media.MediaCapture API in a UWP app using the Windows Runtime. For more info on how this API is used, see the Media Capture sample.

  • Media Foundation’s Source Reader, for apps processing media data. The driver MFT will be exposed to applications as the first (0th) MFT when calling IMFSourceReaderEx::GetTransformForStream. The category that will be returned is MFT_CATEGORY_VIDEO_EFFECT.

Multi-pin cameras

If you have a three-pin or other multi-pin camera, see Considerations for driver MFTs on multi-pin cameras.

Driver MFT implementation

This section provides information on implementing your driver MFT. For a full example of a driver MFT that works together with a UWP device app, see the Driver MFT sample.

Driver

Development tools

Microsoft Visual Studio Professional or Microsoft Visual Studio Ultimate is required.

Driver MFT characteristics

The driver MFT is instantiated per stream. For each stream the camera supports, an instance of the MFT is instantiated and connected to it. The driver MFT is expected to have a single input stream and a single output stream. The driver MFT may be either a synchronous MFT or an asynchronous MFT.

Communication between the camera and the driver MFT

To enable two-way communication between the media source and the driver MFT, the pointer to source stream’s attribute store is set on the input stream attribute store of the driver MFT as MFT_CONNECTED_STREAM_ATTRIBUTE. This occurs through a handshake process you enable by exposing MFT_ENUM_HARDWARE_URL_Attribute in the driver MFT, as in the following example:

In this example, the MFT_CONNECTED_STREAM_ATTRIBUTE in the driver MFT’s attribute store is set to point to the device source stream’s attribute store. See Hardware Handshake Sequence for further details on how communication between the camera and the MFT is set up.

How to access device source information

The following code example shows how the driver MFT can get the pointer to the source transform from its input attribute store. The driver MFT can then use the source pointer to get device source info.

How to implement passthrough mode

To put the driver MFT in passthrough mode, specify the same media type for the input and output stream. ProcessInput and ProcessOutput calls on the MFT will still be made. It is left up to your driver MFT implementation to determine whether or not any processing occurs in passthrough mode.

Header files to include

You’ll need to include header files for the IInspectable and IMFTransform methods that the driver MFT must implement. For a list of header files to include, see stdafx.h in the SampleMFT0 directory of the UWP device app for camera sample.

How to implement IInspectable

A driver MFT that’s intended for use from a camera’s UWP device app must implement the methods of IInspectable so that the Microsoft Store device app can access a pointer to the driver MFT when launched. Your driver MFT should implement the methods of IInspectable as follows:

Pc Cam Manufacturer Driver
  • IInspectable::GetIids should return null in the iids out parameter, and return 0 in the iidCount out parameter.

  • IInspectable::GetRuntimeClassName should return null in the out parameter.

  • IInspectable::GetRuntiGetTrustLevel should return TrustLevel::BaseTrust in the out parameter.

The following code example shows how the IInspectable methods are implemented in the sample driver MFT. This code can be found in the Mft0.cpp file, in the SampleMFT0 directory of the sample.

COM implementation

Each interface your driver MFT implements should implement and derive from IUnknown, in order to be correctly marshaled to the camera’s UWP device app. The following is an example .idl file for a driver MFT that demonstrates this.

Note The driver MFT is a regular COM class that can be created using CoCreateInstance. You should not use the MFTRegister function to register it because it is not a general-purpose MFT.

Creating a proxy

The driver MFT is an out-of-process server. To use it in a UWP device app, you must provide marshaling support in a proxy so that your driver MFT interface can be used across process boundaries. You can find an example of this in the Driver MFT sample. The sample uses the MIDL compiler to generate a stubless proxy.

Exposing the driver MFT to apps

To write a UWP device app in C# or JavaScript that interacts with a driver MFT, you need to create an additional component in the Microsoft Store device app’s Microsoft Visual Studio project. This component is a wrapper that exposes the driver MFT interfaces in a Windows Runtime Component that is visible to the Microsoft Store device app.

The Wrapper subproject in the UWP device app for camera sample provides an example of how to expose your driver MFT to the Windows Runtime so that you can use it from a UWP device app implemented in C# or JavaScript. It is designed to work together with the Driver MFT sample. See the Driver MFT sample page for a step-by-step guide to installing, running, and testing the samples.

Installing and registering the driver MFT

This section lists steps for installing the driver MFT:

  1. The driver MFT DLL must be installed in a subdirectory in the following location:
    • %SystemDrive%Program Files
  2. Your camera installer registers the driver MFT by calling regsvr32 on your driver MFT DLL, or by providing a driver manifest (.man) file for the DLL that the installer uses for registration.
  3. Set the CameraPostProcessingPluginCLSID value in the registry key for your camera. Your INF file should specify the CLSID of the Driver MFT in the device class registry key for the device, by setting the CameraPostProcessingPluginCLSID value to the CLSID GUID of the driver MFT class. The following is an example from an INF file entry that populates the registry keys for a camera:

Note

KSCATEGORY_VIDEO_CAMERA is recommended for cameras. You will normally only need one of the registry keys, depending on how the device is registered.

Camera Driver For Windows 10 (64-bit) - S340-14IWL, S340 ...

Associate your app with the camera

This section contains information on steps required to identify your camera in device metadata and in the Windows registry. This metadata enables you to pair your UWP device app and identifies your app so that it can be downloaded seamlessly the first time the camera is connected.

Updates

After the first installation of the app, if the user downloads an updated version of the app, then the updates are automatically integrated into the camera capture experience. However, updates are not downloaded automatically. The user must download additional app updates from the Microsoft Store, because the app is automatically installed only on first connect. The main page of your UWP device app can provide notifications that updates are available and provide links to download updates.

Important Your updated app should work with any updated drivers distributed through Windows Update.

Multiple cameras

Multiple camera models can declare the same UWP device app in their device metadata. If a system has more than one internally embedded camera, the cameras must share the same UWP device app. The app includes logic for determining which camera is in use and can show different UI for each camera in its More options experience. For more info about customizing that experience, see How to customize camera options.

Internal cameras

UWP device apps for internal cameras are eligible for Automatic installation from the Microsoft Store, but it is recommended that they be pre-installed for the most seamless user experience. There are additional steps required to support internal cameras and associate a UWP device app with them. For more info, see Identifying the location of internal cameras.

Creating the device metadata package

DRIVERS SOC PC-CAMERA MANUFACTURER WINDOWS 7 64

For both internal and external cameras, you need to create a device metadata package. When you submit your camera’s UWP device app to the Microsoft Store (or preinstall it using the OPK, in the case of internal cameras), in addition to the app itself, you’ll need to provide metadata containing the following:

  • Application publisher name
  • Application package name
  • Application element identifier
  • Device experience identifier

Why Is The Built-in Webcam Not Detected

For more info about how to use device metadata to associate your app with your device, see Building UWP device apps.

My Laptop Does Not Detect My Webcam

Related topics

Comments are closed.