[Update] Rafael has figured out a workaround that should hopefully stop the freezing issue; if you are comfortable tweaking the registry, make this change.HKLM\SOFTWARE\WOW6432Node\Microsoft\Windows Media Foundation\Platform, add DWORD “Enable Frame Server Mode” and set to 0, you will then need to restart Skype.
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Microsoft made a significant change with the release of Windows 10 and support for webcams that is causing serious problems for not only consumers but also the enterprise.
The problem is that after installing the update, Windows no longer allows USB webcams to use MJPEG or H264 encoded streams and is only allowing YUY2 encoding. The short answer is that with the Anniversary update there are new scenarios for applications to be able to access the webcam and the MJPEG or H264 encoding processes could have resulted in duplication of encoding the stream (poor performance) so the company limited the input methods to stop this from happening.
How do children living in these communities go to school?
The answer is Community Government schooling and the School of the Air.
In the late 1960s, the SOA gained international fame when featured on the popular Australian television program Skippy the Bush Kangaroo.
In 2005, there were more than sixteen schools of the air located around Australia, a network covering more than 1.5 million square kilometres.
In fact, Tasmania and the Australian Capital Territory are the only states who do not have a SOA.
As well as teaching children who live in geographically isolated areas, these schools also teach children who are travelling around Australia or who can't, for medical or other reasons, attend a regular school.
In response to this need the RFDS, under the guidance of Flynn, had established a radio network across the vast centre of the country.
This network was powered by another great Australian innovation Alfred Traeger's pedal-powered radio.
Mike M, an engineer on the Windows Camera team has been commenting in the support thread where the complaints are stacking up and says that a fix is in the pipeline for hopefully a September release.