LuSol Guide Windows 11 camera not detected

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LuSol Guide Windows 11 camera not detected

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I've been using this app for a while on my windows 10 laptop with no problems. I thought I would try it on my Windows 11 PC .
For some reason it will not detect the camera. Does anybody have any Idea why I am having this issue?

Any advice would be greatly appreciated , thank you.

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Re: LuSol Guide Windows 11 camera not detected

Post by EdAstle »

LuSol needs the DirectX "DirectShow" camera driver installed.
Sometimes listed as "legacy camera drivers".
eg
PlayerOne: https://player-one-astronomy.com/service/software/ select "Camera DirectShow Driver"
ZWO: https://www.zwoastro.com/software/ go to "Others" then "DirectShow Driver"

I use LuSol + ZWO ASI 120MM Mini.

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