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Microsoft LifeCam HD-3000

Multimedia HD, Microsoft, USB, Webcam

Microsoft LifeCam HD-3000
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Review of Linux Compatibility

The Microsoft LifeCam HD-3000 is a USB webcam and is fully supported by Linux (e.g. Ubuntu 12.04). The webcam has the USB ID 045e:0779. It is capable of HD resolution of 1.280 x 720 pixels and uses the UVC Linux kernel driver:

usb 1-4: new high-speed USB device number 8 using ehci_hcd
uvcvideo: Found UVC 1.00 device Microsoft\xffffffc2\xffffffae\xffffffae LifeCam HD-3000 (045e:0779)
input: Microsoft\xffffffc2\xffffffae\xffffffae LifeCam HD-3000 as
       /devices/pci0000:00/0000:00:1d.7/usb1/1-4/1-4:1.0/input/input13

Identified Hardware Configurations (4 Results)

This hardware component was used by Linux users under the following system configurations. These results were collected by our LHG Scan Tool:
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Ubuntu 14.04.5 LTS 4.4.0-31-generic The user provided the following rating for this hardware: 5 out of 5The user provided the following rating for this hardware: 5 out of 5The user provided the following rating for this hardware: 5 out of 5The user provided the following rating for this hardware: 5 out of 5The user provided the following rating for this hardware: 5 out of 5 22/11/2016
Ubuntu 16.04.1 LTS 4.4.0-31-generic The user provided the following rating for this hardware: 5 out of 5The user provided the following rating for this hardware: 5 out of 5The user provided the following rating for this hardware: 5 out of 5The user provided the following rating for this hardware: 5 out of 5The user provided the following rating for this hardware: 5 out of 5 08/08/2016
Ubuntu 16.04 LTS 4.4.0-21-generic The user provided the following rating for this hardware: 5 out of 5The user provided the following rating for this hardware: 5 out of 5The user provided the following rating for this hardware: 5 out of 5The user provided the following rating for this hardware: 5 out of 5The user provided the following rating for this hardware: 5 out of 5 23/07/2016
Ubuntu 14.04.2 LTS 3.16.0-37-generic The user provided the following rating for this hardware: 5 out of 5The user provided the following rating for this hardware: 5 out of 5The user provided the following rating for this hardware: 5 out of 5The user provided the following rating for this hardware: 5 out of 5The user provided the following rating for this hardware: 5 out of 5 12/05/2015

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 Comments

3 Responses to “Microsoft LifeCam HD-3000”

  • Juan Pedro says:

    The camera works fine, but how I can use the microphone at default input for sound?

    • linuxprism says:

      This depends mainly on what you want to do in detail and how your configuration looks like. E.g. if you use pulse audio and want to set the microphone input as default, you can do this by setting the option “set-default-source” in your ~/.pulse/default.pa configuration file. See http://askubuntu.com/questions/31206/how-can-my-audio-input-always-be-the-webcam-microphone

      With Alsa you can also use the very useful amixer program with a command like

      amixer cset name='Input Source',index=0 'Mic XYZ'

      (You first have to identify and adapt the name of the source)
      If you add this command to your /etc/rc.local the audio settings will be used right after booting the system.

  • Works perfectly with debian wheezy and skype, just need to install the uvc drivers.

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