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    "Nothing, nada, zilch effects an any video input."

    December 5, 2010  |   By clydeostephens


    Sounds really good.


    I could not get iGlasses to work with any of my cameras, whether built in iSight or Logitech Vision or Hue. USB or Firewire,


    Program installs, loads and runs as a component of. for example Quicktime, but the command box has no effect on the captured video or any video input or output. I should ask for my $10 back.

    Updated on Dec 11, 2010

    UNinstalled iGlasses and zapped all of the files, REdownloaded, REinstalled, REpeated all of the results form the first and second tries, Does not work AT ALL on my iMac or my new mini either. I'll keep trying, just to honor the $10 I seem to have wasted.

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