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Topic: How To Get Camera To Work in v8??
J-SnipPRO InfinityMember since 2006
I made a post in the Facebook group ...

I have a Logitech HD C615 camera. It works in v7.4.7 but does not work in the current version of v8. I click on Camera and it shows black screen...no video. In v7 I click on camera and I appear. I went to Logitech's website and downloaded the latest software version and still go no in v8 but, again, does work in v7. CPU OS is Windows 8.1

Something else that may help - if I try to change the resolution of the camera in the camera portion of VDJ it locks up "VirtualDJ is not responding"

Anything to check for? I was hoping to use it tonight.

Posted 5 days ago @ 6:18 pm
Try this:

  • Close Virtual DJ
  • Open the Virtual DJ folder within Documents
  • Navigate to Plugins (plug-ins 64 if on 64bit)
  • Delete all Camera.ini files. (You may have multiple and some might have numbers in).
  • Open Virtual DJ and see if that fixes the issue.

Posted 5 days ago @ 6:29 pm
PC or Mac? For PC, does your GUI look like this?

Posted 5 days ago @ 6:31 pm
J-SnipPRO InfinityMember since 2006
Dan (djtouchdan) wrote :
Try this:

  • Close Virtual DJ
  • Open the Virtual DJ folder within Documents
  • Navigate to Plugins (plug-ins 64 if on 64bit)
  • Delete all Camera.ini files. (You may have multiple and some might have numbers in).
  • Open Virtual DJ and see if that fixes the issue.


it looks like this did the trick!!!! Thanks Dan!! >> EDIT SEE BELOW


Posted 5 days ago @ 7:18 pm
J-SnipPRO InfinityMember since 2006
A Man and His Music wrote :
PC or Mac? For PC, does your GUI look like this?


I use Windows 8.1 (PC). Dan's suggestion did the trick! :)


Posted 5 days ago @ 7:18 pm
J-SnipPRO InfinityMember since 2006
ACTUALLY ... it sort of works. I may have found a "bug" ??

So I did what Dan suggested but here's how I got it to work...

I had to
Source > Camera > Settings > Click on "More" and it activated the camera.

IF I open VDJ first and then click on Camera WITHOUT doing that NO Camera video.

Posted 5 days ago @ 7:24 pm