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Operating System: Windows 98/ME/2000/XP
Latest Version / Release Date: 220.127.116.11 / 07 Nov 2001
Intel(r) Play(tm) DMC Camera is described as a digital video mini camera device manufactured by Intel. The device is compatible with Windows 98, ME, 2000 and XP platforms. Additional requirements include Windows 98 SE. Intel(r) Play(tm) DMC Camera captures both audio and video at as well as away from the user's computer. The device is able to capture images four minute long that users can then plug onto their computers, edit them and ultimately transform them into mini motion pictures. The Intel(r) Play(tm) DMC Camera is integrated with a CMOS Image Sensor of 352 by 258 pixels. The device comes with a Universal Serial Bus (REV 1.1) interface as well as JPEG video and image video compression. The video/image resolutions on the Intel(r) Play(tm) DMC Camera stand at 320 by 240 in high quality and 160 by 120 in normal quality.
Unless you update your drivers regularly you may face hardware performance issues.
To check your drivers you should manually verify every device on your system for driver updates
When tethered onto a PC, the Intel(r) Play(tm) DMC Camera has a 15fps video frame rate. Conversely, when untethered, it has a 10fps video frame rate. In normal quality, the camera's audio compression is ADPCM. The camera comes with 8 MB of SDRAM memory. The Intel(r) Play(tm) DMC Camera is able to effectively store 300 High Quality images and 1000 Normal quality images. In order for the Intel(r) Play(tm) DMC Camera to function effectively, a USB compatible computer with a Pentium II Intel Celeron processor is required. In addition, the computer should have at least 64 MB of RAM, a hard disk with 300MB of free space, a sound device that is compatible with 16 bit Windows, sound and video that is compatible with DirectX, an 800 by 600 display with 16 bit color plus a Quad Speed CD ROM are all required. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Intel(r) Play(tm) DMC Camera errors before installing any driver updates.