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PRADIP77
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camera switching issue

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Pavilion CD0087tu
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

I have Pavilion cd0087tu-14 and it has 2 cameras, one on screen and other one at keypad, while in skype or webex call keypad camera is activate. can someone please suggest how to switch to screen camera.

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Hello @PRADIP77 

Looks like some of those models did come with a 2nd camera, even though your specs say it didnt.

I dont have one of those in my hand, so I will offer a suggestion instead.

In the user guide, it says... type camera in the taskbar search box, and then select Camera from the list of applications.

In the Camera app, is there an option in there to choose which camera in that?

 

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Hi @Photoray002

In camera while capturing photo or video i can select camera(Keyboard camera as main and Screen camera as front facing) like we select in mobile but when we do video call it selecting the Keyboard camera and i couldn't find the option in setting to change it to Screen Camera or front facing camera.

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OK. Again having to guess here... See if either of these is an option on your system...

 

  1. Open the Control Panel>Hardware and Sound>Devices and Printers. Do you see two cameras listed? If so, it should let you choose one as the Default camera by right clicking on it.
  2. Or open the Device manger. Go to Cameras and drop the little arrow down. You should see two cameras listed there. If so, you can right click on one of them and disable it. That should default the system to use the other camera.

 

If that does not work, I am out of ideas. Sorry.

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