A) Follow the steps (I reproduced from: http://zc0302.sourceforge.net/zc0302.php?page=tools with some modification):
- Boot Windows and install the webcam driver
- Follow the section below: Detecting
the sensor type with RegMon
- Install SnoopyPro
(http://sourceforge.net/projects/usbsnoop/index.html) in the
- Run SnoopyPro and click at the Help menu in order to
display the "Readme.txt" file. I had to print the instructions there
(or write them down) because I couldn't make SnoopyPro work while I was
looking at the Readme.txt at the same time (maybe its my fault)
- After followed the last step at the Readme.txt (which is:
"right click ...") at the SnoopyPro help, plug the webcam in and see
the magic (magic words from SnoopyPro Readme.txt).
- Start any webcam viewer and wait untill you see the image.
- Stop SnoopyPro recording (click at the little square at
the USBLog1 dialog inside the SnoopyPro). Done. You now have all the
ingredients to help to improve the driver.
- Now you can follow the instructions at the http://zc0302.sourceforge.net/zc0302.php?page=tools
which I'm reproducing below.
- mark all lines in a SnoopyPro log (Ctrl+A)
- expand all lines (Num+)
- mark all lines again (Ctrl+A)
- copy everything to the clipboard (Ctrl+C, may take long!)
- paste it in your favourite text editor and save it.
- Return to Linux. The tools myformat-pro* are at the http://zc0302.sourceforge.net/zc0302.php?page=tools
and the other tools are included in the zc030x/tools directory you've
downloaded via CVS
- Run "myformat-pro.pl < [textfile] > [newtextfile]"
- Run "myformat-pro2c.pl < [newtextfile] > [cfile]"
- Run "analyse_file.py cfile > mysensor.init"
- Send the "mysensor.init" file to the
firstname.lastname@example.org list AND THE SENSOR NAME as obtained
at the "Detecting the sensor type with
RegMon" section below. Also put a nice subject like: "Sensor XXXXX
- init sequence"
- Also look at the doc/AddYourCamera.txt for more
B) Detecting the sensor type with RegMon
- Install RegMon in the Windows partition from
- Start RegMon, plug the USB WebCam and start the camera
viewer (or any other application that you can see the pictures)
- Stop RegMon (type <ctrl-e>)
- Now, look for (<ctrl-f>) the "SupportSensor" string.
Put the mouse at the highlited registry found and you will see the
sensor type. It'll look like:
This means that sensor type is "HDCS2020"!!!!
Don't forget it. It's very important (write it down or put a stick in your camera with the sensor name ;-))