How To Adjust Webcam Settings In Logitech Capture

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Learn how to adjust your webcam settings with the New Logtiech Capture. It's been almost a year since Logitech Capture was released and for some cammodels learning how to adjust their webcam settings has been a little difficult. The new interface is very different and to be honest it can be a bit more difficult to maneuver. On the new Logitech Capture many of the old labels from the lws ui are missing. For example when cammodels entered their older webcam settings there were able to distinguish between brightness, saturation, sharpness and contrast very quickly. But on the new software there are only picture icons to determine which is which and drop down menus that require toggling before the options are visible.

See the Logitech Capture Screenshot Down Below:


In order to see where you will need to make your webcam adjustments you will need to toggle the buttons on the right hand side of the interface.


Cammodel Tip: Turn off the white balance button to manually adjust your temperature.


Select your field of view, aspect ratio, and recording resolution. You can also adjust the white-balance, auto-focus, and frames-per-second for you video recording. The Logitech Capture will store your settings for future recordings.

Most cammodels who were using the old Logitech video recording software have come to realize that it’s no longer efficient. For some time now the Logitech G Suite was the recommended option for recording. But it’s a little tricky to maneuver and was mostly created for gamers. If for whatever reason you still can't adjust your webcam setting with the new Logitech Capture, you can still access the older ui through apps like Skype or OBS.

Old Logitech Webcam Settings


Select Camera Control to manually adjust exposure


If you'd like to learn more about how to record and stream with the Logitech Capture checkout this video down below: