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UVIDEO(4)	       FreeBSD Kernel Interfaces Manual		     UVIDEO(4)

NAME
     uvideo -- USB video devices

SYNOPSIS
     uvideo*	 at uhub?
     video*	 at uvideo?

DESCRIPTION
     The uvideo	driver supports	a range	of USB Video Class (UVC) devices in-
     cluding webcams, camcorders and other cameras.  UVC is a generic specifi-
     cation and	many USB video devices follow it.  The following models	are
     known to work:

	   +o   Apple built-in iSight
	   +o   Chen-Source CM12402 Eagle IR Cam
	   +o   Chicony Electronics 4807	(Lenovo	X300 647815G Notebooks)
	   +o   Dynex 1.3MP Webcam
	   +o   eMPIA Technology	2761 (ASUS EeePC 701 Notebooks)
	   +o   Lenovo EasyCamera (Lenovo IdeaPad s10e Notebooks)
	   +o   Logitech	QuickCam for Notebooks Pro
	   +o   Logitech	QuickCam Communicate Deluxe
	   +o   Logitech	QuickCam Communicate MP
	   +o   Logitech	QuickCam Deluxe	for Notebooks
	   +o   Logitech	QuickCam E 3500	Plus
	   +o   Logitech	QuickCam Fusion
	   +o   Logitech	QuickCam OEM (Dell Notebooks)
	   +o   Logitech	QuickCam Orbit AF
	   +o   Logitech	QuickCam Orbit MP
	   +o   Logitech	QuickCam Pro for Notebooks
	   +o   Logitech	QuickCam Pro 5000
	   +o   Logitech	QuickCam Pro 9000
	   +o   Logitech	QuickCam Sphere	AF
	   +o   Logitech	QuickCam Sphere	MP
	   +o   Logitech	QuickCam Ultra Vision
	   +o   Logitech	Webcam C200
	   +o   Logitech	Webcam C310
	   +o   Logitech	Webcam C500
	   +o   Logitech	Webcam C920 Pro
	   +o   Logitech	Webcam C922 Pro
	   +o   Logitech	Webcam C930e
	   +o   Logitech	Webcam Pro 9000
	   +o   Microsoft LifeCam NX-6000
	   +o   Microsoft LifeCam VX-500
	   +o   Microsoft LifeCam VX-700
	   +o   OmniVision OV7670 (Dell XPS M1330 Notebooks)
	   +o   Panasonic NV-GS320 Camcorder
	   +o   Rocketfish 2MP AF Webcam
	   +o   Sonix USB 2.0 Camera
	   +o   SunplusIT Inc (Lenovo X1	Carbon 6th Generation Notebooks)
	   +o   SuYin Acer Crystal Eye (Acer AspireOne Notebooks)
	   +o   Vimicro Corp USB	2.0 Camera

     If	the uvideo device attaches successfully, it will attach	the video(4)
     driver to provide higher-level access.

FILES
     The driver	needs a	set of firmware	for some devices which are loaded when
     a device gets attached:

	   /etc/firmware/uvideo_isight_05ac-8300
	   /etc/firmware/uvideo_r5u87x_05ca-1803
	   /etc/firmware/uvideo_r5u87x_05ca-1810
	   /etc/firmware/uvideo_r5u87x_05ca-1812
	   /etc/firmware/uvideo_r5u87x_05ca-1835
	   /etc/firmware/uvideo_r5u87x_05ca-1836
	   /etc/firmware/uvideo_r5u87x_05ca-1837
	   /etc/firmware/uvideo_r5u87x_05ca-1839
	   /etc/firmware/uvideo_r5u87x_05ca-183a
	   /etc/firmware/uvideo_r5u87x_05ca-183b
	   /etc/firmware/uvideo_r5u87x_05ca-183e
	   /etc/firmware/uvideo_r5u87x_05ca-1841

     A prepackaged version of the firmware can be installed using
     fw_update(1).

SEE ALSO
     intro(4), usb(4), video(4)

HISTORY
     The uvideo	driver first appeared in OpenBSD 4.4.

FreeBSD	13.0		       October 17, 2020			  FreeBSD 13.0

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