Just to compareholy shit......the price tag though..... wowweeywow
I've always recommended cam girls to turn off all of these automatic things, as it isn't really ideal for our setting. Imagine this example video being a cam girl dancing around in her room and the cam tries to follow her face around and tries to adjust the color as she moves:Along with RightSite, they now also now have RightColor. RightColor handles High Dynamic Range and color calibration based on the people in the shot, not the room. I wouldn't be surprised if both of these new techs are deeplearning based.
That sounds like your bitrate is set too low for the resolution it's set at. Scenes with more movement are not able to be compressed as well as still scenes. So your bitrate could be fine for little/no motion scenes, but inadequate for scenes with more motion. Could also be your hardware can't keep up with the encoding. Check your CPU usage as well.I have the 4k brio right now and love the overall video quality and sound quality... but for some reason when i move sometimes it gets pixelated/glitchy...not sure why and it drives me crazy. Only when i broadcast.
I had the c270 when I first started. It's an ok little cam. Kind of struggles with a few things and isn't great if you want full HD but it works well enough in a pinchIs anyone using a C270? Thats what I have already and Im just waiting for an adaptor to arrive before I can use it on this computer. Not sure how good it would look though so I would love to see some opinions from anyone who has used one!
Thank you! I thought I might as well use it since I had it lying around but I'll see how it works when I get the adaptor in and then decide if I want to order something a bit betterI had the c270 when I first started. It's an ok little cam. Kind of struggles with a few things and isn't great if you want full HD but it works well enough in a pinch
I LOVE my c920, this was def one of the reasons I got it so I also want to say thanks @AmberCutie!!!!@AmberCutie I just want to thank you for posting these comparisons. I glanced at this maybe a month ago and thought "Oh I'll never need this when I'm finally ready to upgrade," AND BOY WAS I WRONG.
I spent all of today trying to locate this exact thread just to see your comparisons again. Silly me! I'm adding the C920 to my amazon cart now.
Since I have finally moved on from my very favorite webcam of all time (the Logitech 9000 which has been discontinued) I figured I'd put together a thread about the current, most popular webcams.
Logitech c920 (probably the most common used among cam girls now.)
Logitech c930e (which I think they may have re-marketed into the "Pro webcam?")
Logitech c922 (brand new and just released this past weekend, marketed as the best streaming webcam for game broadcasters.)
For starters, I came to realize yesterday that ManyCam had probably been interfering with the quality of my cam image for a long while. I have recently switched to using XSplit Broadcaster and during my struggle to get new cams working yesterday noticed how much easier it is to adjust the lighting settings on Xsplit than on ManyCam. I could set them identically and they looked different. So the images below are taken on Xsplit.
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Some things you'll notice:
- the drivers/settings interface for C920 are the simplest to use, they're the old style sliders. It is easiest to get the color/lighting good on that.
- The C930e has a wider lens angle, and I also had to crank up the color saturation to look even somewhat alive, still ended up with a bland/less pink image. Some may like that, not sure if I do. I guess it's the most natural, though?
- The C922 felt very similar to the 920, but ever so slightly sharper/crisper image. Obviously I had some problems with the lighting setting it is a tad too dark, but with this settings interface for some reason it's difficult to master the exposure/gain settings. I should have cranked the gain up a bit like I did on the 930e. But on both the 930e and 922 the exposure setting was pretty impossible to fine-tune.
Currently I'm having problems with video glitching/flickering with both the 930e and 922 so I'm sticking with the 920 until we get that resolved. I think the audio quality on the 930e will likely be the best, and the wide angle is sorta cool, so if I can come to terms with the settings interface for it I may aim to make that my default.
Feel free to report your findings with these webcams as well, maybe exchanging notes about our experiences will help others figure out what works best for them.
any RTMP connection will not allow you to do groups or private.
No idea how Camversity works, and as far as I'd advise, try an actual/regular cam site like MFC, CB or SM.Hi loves,Recently I had sign up for this new cam site call Camversity on every other site like CB,MFC,SM they all work well? Just camversity always lags i clean cookies,restart laptop.stop everything from playing in background.any other options to update maybe not lag every time i start a show? Like try to download a software,because im thinking its a software issue? Thank you love.Talk soon.
What is your solution to that? I thought about only doing privates as a store item like I already have set up for scheduling future shows and such but I feel like I'm gonna lose a lot of tokens from not doing private shows during broadcast...any RTMP connection will not allow you to do groups or private.
Using xSplit or OBS as "virtual cam" fixes that issue, but does not allow actual HD (800x600 resolution or lower).
If you’re wanting to do privates, don’t use the RTMP connection, forego using the true HD beta and just use the regular virtual cam option.What is your solution to that? I thought about only doing privates as a store item like I already have set up for scheduling future shows and such but I feel like I'm gonna lose a lot of tokens from not doing private shows during broadcast...
**edit: solution without sacrificing HD resolution I mean
i had entire thread about this, i believe it was the autofocus going crazy https://www.ambercutie.com/forums/threads/brio-blurry-autofocus-issue-need-help.32838/I have the 4k brio right now and love the overall video quality and sound quality... but for some reason when i move sometimes it gets pixelated/glitchy...not sure why and it drives me crazy. Only when i broadcast.