Whats the best type of cable to extend Microsoft Livecam Studio?

Ben Zaqi Cowley

I have a microsoft livecam studio bought brand new, it works absolutely fine on my laptop but as soon as i connect it to a 10m cat 5 cable with usb converters either side it doesnt work on my laptop. Any idea why?Cheers

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jimlynch
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I agree with Becker, check with the manufacturer.

becker
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Check with the manufacturer of whatever capture device you are connecting to with that Cat5 cable. Some video over USB products utilize isochronous USB data transfer and need a non-Cat5 USB extender.

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