That is easy, but when I've tried it with several really old analog VHS camcorders, they had built in circuits that cut them off after a few minutes of tape inactivity.
Any suggestions aside from putting an endless loop tape in them to fool them into recording forever?
The thing is that the optics on a couple that I have are really excellent, but they are useless if they simply shut themselves off.
A technique to do this with digital still cameras would be an incredibly big deal for me.
A question from a male (mid-twenties, so tempted to out his gamertag) friend on Xbox LIVE asked me about the limitations of Skyping with his female friends in the buff on the Xbox One console.
The main concern was that whilst he is excited about 1080p voice controlled cyber-sex-mutual-masturbation-whatever-you-call-it on an HD screen with his overseas girlfriend (or potentially string of them), will the Xbox LIVE enforcement team take action on his account for such recreational non-gaming activities with his penis?
The only draw back I have had issue with is only certain video software will work with it. This configuration (Terk Leap Frog) will also work with VCR's, TV and Audio Good day, I have install already the trackercam but when i use it it says; "No camera selected or the selected camera cannot be used! please help me what im going to do to get it work.. Thanks and i look forward for your kindly responce. But I have an older Sony Digital 8 camcorder that works as a webcam with Skype.
The only problem is, that after a time, unless you are actually recording, it goes into "demo mode" and you have to turn it off and then back on.
It is really cool. know this is an older post but if it helps someone.... 200X Digital Zoom w/colorview screen 2.5 inch plugged in to the transmitter of a Terk Leapfrog with the Terk Receiver plugged in to the video card on a Windows 7 Ultimate system.