Re: [Ekiga-list] Is ekiga 3.2.7 supposed to work on Windows 7 64 Bit?

On 14 Dec, 2010,at 11:20 AM, Dave Koelmeyer <davekoelmeyer me com> wrote:

On 14 Dec, 2010,at 06:09 AM, Eugen Dedu <Eugen Dedu pu-pm univ-fcomte fr> wrote:

On 13/12/10 11:55, Dave Koelmeyer wrote:
> On 13 Dec, 2010,at 05:13 AM, Gerhard Stengel<gstengel gmx net> wrote:
>> Hi,
>> I recently tried to install ekiga on a Windows 7 machine with 64 Bit, but
>> video didn't work. Is ekiga supposed to run on
>> 64 bit or just 32 bit?
> Windows 7 Enterprise 64 bit running on a Dell Latitude e4310. Ekiga 3.2.7. With
> either the laptop's built-in webcam, or, a Logitech C600 external webcam (known
> to work fine on OpenIndiana for example) I get this:
> www.davekoelmeyer.conz/docs/EkigaWin7LogitechC600-2.png
> This is seemingly limited only to the application failing to create a local
> preview? Interestingly, at the remote end one can actually see video being
> streamed from the Windows machine (plus, the LED is illuminated on the attached
> webcams). So in my case the webcam is actually working, but the Windows user is
> flying blind, as it were.

This is maybe

Thanks Eugen, looks very much like it - will give the workaround a crack and see.

No joy - doesn't change behaviour.

For reference, I altered ekigaconf at
To read:

I could tell Ekiga was writing to this file by the date modified timestamp of the file changing concurrently with the running of Ekiga.

A debug output is here (I simply launched Ekiga, and used the call panel to attempt to locally preview video):

This is on a Dell E4310, running Windows 7 Enterprise 64 bit. It has Intel HD integrated graphics. I am using the integrated webcam in this case.

I have another laptop here with an nVidia GPU, I'll see if it's any different.


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