Topics started by HappyMonkey
I’m interested to know what setups you all have to use a webcam with Shadow?For my part I have a 50Mbit down / 8Mbit up home connection. I have a Shadow Ghost and various other devices and laptops that I can run shadow on. Using the straight USB over IP functionality of Shadow is no good as the uncompressed video feed of the webcam (in this case just a simple Logitech c270) overwhelms the upload capacity of the connection and introduces tearing in the webcam footage and lag in the rest of the experience.My solution:Local PC uses the webcam and the sets up a Skype meeting room with the webcam footage. On the Shadow I then join the Skype meeting room and use OBS to capture the window and provide a software webcam on Shadow which can then be used in any other application. I’ve successfully used this in Discord. I use the microphone functionality of Shadow separately to capture that but it could easily be captured through the Skype feed. This setup seems to use 1-2Mbit upload speed and doe
Every time I go to play on my Shadow there appears to be a small child in front of it. Here am I desperately wanting to slaughter monsters and explore new landscapes in the Witcher 3 or just blow the s**t out of everything in Just Cause, but instead what is on the screen is Roblox with the small child demanding that I pay for more Robux. Even if I do get on the Shadow with them then I'm forced to Lego Harry Potter or Lego Batman. Please help. Roblox looks beautiful on the Shadow but I'm sure it's capable of more than this. Application type - Windows, Ghost, Quest and Android Shadow Client Version (Official) Local device CPU - various Local device GPU - various Datacenter location - Paris Connection speed - 40Mb Other: Date when problem appeared - February Did you take any action(s) which could have created this problem? If so, what? - I was too nice Do you recall any action(s) you took after it happened? - I think I went into the garden and e
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