CPiA webcam driver for Linux
- A Video4Linux interface to many of the early cheap webcams that used the CPiA chip, and to the Intel QX3/QX3+ USB microscopes; parallel port and USB webcams are supported. N.B.: the CPiA chip is no longer in production, and these webcams are no longer sold in stores, but can still be found on sites like eBay.
- Webcam and video applications for Linux.
- A full-featured GUI for IEEE1394, IIDC-compliant (aka DCAM) digital cameras. It includes camera control, video display, saving, FTP and V4L export. A GNOME desktop application. Latest release is 2.0.0, 2008-01-17.
- An advanced digital photo management application for KDE. Latest stable release is 1.4.0, 2010-08-25.
Poor Man's Cam
- A small perl script to take pictures generated from a quickcam and put them up on a server. Latest release is 1.4, 2007-01-04.
QuickCam Express Driver
- Linux drivers for the Logitech Quickam Express (now Dexxa) and support for developers of other Quickcam drivers and compatible USB webcams.
SANE - Scanner Access Now Easy
- An application programming interface (API) that provides standardized access to any raster image scanner hardware (flatbed scanner, hand-held scanner, video- and still-cameras, frame-grabbers, etc.). Check the supported devices link to find out if your scanner is supported by SANE.