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    Default How to use the T400 camera?

    Silly question but i can't seem to figure out how to take a still picture with the T400's integrated camera. I go to Lenovo Camera center which gives me the options of Skype or Roxio. In Roxio, I can capture video but no stills. Lenovo's support is so far making me regret the purchase. Help?
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    Default Re: How to use the T400 camera?

    you could try another program webcam program like this:
    http://www.softpedia.com/get/Interne...bcamXP-5.shtml
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    Default Re: How to use the T400 camera?

    In Roxio click on Photo, Import Photos and Roxio Media Import will launch. Make sure you have "Photo" highlighted in the Photo/Video/Audio bar, then select USB Video Device as your source from the drop-down. Choose your file type and location, then click Import Now. Smile and click "Import Now".

    Take longer to type this out than it does to do it, it's pretty simple once you know how.

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    Default Re: How to use the T400 camera?

    Go to Start --> Programs --> Accessories ---> Scanner and Camera Wizard. Then click NEXT.
    Hope this helps.

 

 

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