When you first turn on the steamboat camera on a Windows 8 computer, you’ll see a list of your webcam’s settings.
The first thing you’ll notice is that your webcam is only supported if you’re in the middle of a game or a video chat.
That’s right, you won’t be able to view the webcam during gameplay unless you’re right in front of the webcam.
Unfortunately, this limitation doesn’t apply to any other video chat or game.
Instead, the only way to use your webcam while playing a game is to put it on the screen or in front a window, but you’ll need to navigate your way around a few menus to find out what works and what doesn’t.
Thankfully, there are ways to change your webcam to work during gameplay.
For example, you can switch to the desktop version of Steam and set it to “Show Desktop” instead of “Show All”.
But you can’t do this on Windows 8 without also having to make some adjustments to your webcam settings.
If you’re going to be playing a video game on Windows, you need to make sure you’re playing the right game.
You can do this by opening Steam’s Control Panel and selecting “Game” from the list of available options.
In the game’s main menu, scroll down and look for “Game Settings.”
Under “General” you’ll find a list titled “Game Features.”
Click on it and you’ll be taken to a new screen.
Scroll down until you find “Customize.”
Click it to select “Enable customization for this video game.”
Now you can do anything you want to your steamboat.
Here’s how to change the settings for your steamcam to work: Select the Steam logo from the top-right corner of your screen.
Click “Save Changes.”
Press the “Save” button in the upper-right of the Steam interface and click “OK” to save your changes.
Now open the Windows Settings application and go to “General.”
Scroll to the bottom and select “Display Name.”
In the new “Display name” window, enter the name of your steamboating webcam.
Now, press “Save.”
Congratulations, your steamboats webcam is now working.