Aug 31, 2016 Camera app and webcams help. In Windows 10. Open the Camera app. There might be a problem with the camera’s drivers.
On my Asus-Notebook Windows has installed the usbvideo.sys driver for my webcam With this driver the picture is upside down in the camera app and also in Skype. ManfredThis has been an ongoing problem with ASUS notebooks. For convenience, ASUS installed their camera upside down in the lid of their notebook and customized the Windows 7 driver to flip the image. ASUS never upgraded their drivers to support Windows 8 and I don't expect they will for Windows 10 either. Microsoft builds a universal driver usbvideo.sys that works fine for the camera but does not have a provision to flip the image. What remains needed is a registry option to flip the image for the Microsoft driver.
Otherwise, our ASUS notebooks will be locked to Windows 7 forever. Hi, thanks for the answer.
Yes, I was thinking about to open my notebook and see if I can change the camera position. But I found a better solution. It took me several hours, but today I found a driver that worked! It has the same VID-ID as the integrated Chicony cam. It is a Sonix driver 6.0.1223.1 for a FJ Webcam. I must installed it via the inf-file because the setup-file told my hardware not detected. With this driver the camera app worked!