How to Use Acer Aspire Crystle Eye Cam

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How to Use Acer Aspire Crystle Eye Cam
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The Acer Crystal Eye webcam offers laptop users the choice of capturing both still images and full motion video. Open the laptop and in the centre of the laptop's bezel sits a tiny camera. When shooting still images or video, the portability and weight of the laptop allows the user to swivel the machine around to capture what is necessary. The Acer Crystal Eye webcam utility, bundled with the laptop, functions as the webcam's only means of proper operation.

Skill level:
Easy

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Click "Start" and then click "All Programs." Click the "Acer Crystal Eye webcam" folder then click the "Acer Crystal Eye webcam" application shortcut. The Acer Crystal Eye webcam utility displays on screen.

  2. 2

    Move the laptop around to a position where the object is in focus.

  3. 3

    Press the "Camera" icon to take a picture. The picture thumbnail displays in the bottom bar of the window. Double-click on it to open it in the Windows Picture viewer.

  1. 1

    Click "Start" and then click "All Programs." Click the "Acer Crystal Eye webcam" folder then click the "Acer Crystal Eye webcam" application shortcut. The Acer Crystal Eye webcam utility displays on screen.

  2. 2

    Move the laptop around to a position where the object is in focus.

  3. 3

    Press the "Video Camera" icon to start the recording and then press the "Video Camera" icon to stop the recording. A video thumbnail displays in the bottom bar of the window. Double-click on it to open it in Windows Media Player.

Tips and warnings

  • To delete pictures or videos, click the "Garbage Can" icon and then click the "Yes" button to confirm the deletion.

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