Download QuickCam Pro USB Driver 2.1 for Mac from our software library for free. The current setup file available for download requires 1.1 MB of hard disk space. The actual developer of this software for Mac is Logitech Inc. The software lies within Audio & Video Tools, more precisely General. USB 2.0 / driverless (don't want to depend on a vendor's low-quality driver/software); Mac OS X 10.6 compatible (incl 64-bit Snow Leopard kernel).
- 1 Connect a Logitech Webcam to MacBook Pro
- 2 Making Your Own DVR With a Mac Mini
- 3 Reinstall a Video Driver on a MacBook Pro
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The Logitech QuickCam Vision Pro, Logitech’s latest entry in its webcam division of computer peripherals, is compatible with Mac OS X 10.4.9 and later. If you have such a webcam and an Apple computer, you can install QuickCam Connect, Logitech’s webcam driver support system, for a simple and seamless installation method that utilizes the Mac’s native driver search system.1.
Connect your Logitech QuickCam Vision Pro to a USB port of your Macintosh computer.3.
Click “Install Now” in the Software Installation dialog box.4.
Restart your browser when prompted by clicking “Restart Now” in the Software Installation dialog box. Your Web browser will restart and a QuickCam Vision Pro button will appear in your browser’s toolbar.5.
Click the QuickCam Pro button in the toolbar to begin use of the webcam.
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