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OfOr_1738446
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I've developed my own UVC camera based on Cypress FX3. I have my own Vendor ID registered at usb.org

When I use Cypress's Vendor ID and Product ID, all operating systems recognize it as a UVC camera.

Did anyone here added their ID to a standard driver that it will automatically detect it?

Thanks, Ofer.

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AliAsgar
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Hi Ofer,

Could you share your descriptor file with us?

UVC is a standard driver, with a class code 0x0E. 
Including this code in your descriptor file will make windows automatically recognize your device as UVC camera.

Best Regards,
AliAsgar

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AliAsgar
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Hi Ofer,

As UVC driver is standard driver (not a vendor driver), you can add any VID/PID to it.

Best Regards,
AliAsgar

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OfOr_1738446
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Thank you AliAsgar,

Do you know how do I make windows recognize it as a UVC camera automatically?

 

All the best,

Ofer. 

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AliAsgar
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Moderator 50 likes received 500 replies posted 250 replies posted
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Hi Ofer,

Could you share your descriptor file with us?

UVC is a standard driver, with a class code 0x0E. 
Including this code in your descriptor file will make windows automatically recognize your device as UVC camera.

Best Regards,
AliAsgar

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