Windows 10: Logitech c920 webcam video is offset to the right in Windows 10 CU

  1.    27 May 2017 #1

    Logitech c920 webcam video is offset to the right in Windows 10 CU

    Hi all

    Since I updated my computer and reinstalled windows 10 Creators update, my Logitech c920 web cam is showing the video offset to the right both in the camera app and in skype. When I load the webcam software it shows it correctly however. I thought it might be a scaling issue but it isn't. I have uninstalled and reinstalled multiple times with no luck so far - does anyone have a similar problem or any ideas I can try?

    Sad Nation

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    Last edited by Sad Nation; 27 May 2017 at 12:25.
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