To check the quality of your video feed when using Skype, you must first establish a video call conversation. Then, do the following:
Click the signal bar in the lower right-hand corner of the screen.
Click the Webcam tab.
Look under Sending video and Receiving video on the right to check the video feed quality.
To check your Skype settings:
Select a contact from your Contacts list, and then click their name to display the signal bar.
Click the signal bar to see the settings window. You can check your microphone, speaker and webcam settings and make adjustments. You can also see information about your computer and your connection speed.
This tab displays information about your microphone and lets you select which microphone to use: either an external microphone or the one built into your webcam. Click the drop-down list to the left of the Test button to select it. You can also click Test to record your voice and then play it back.
This tab displays information about your speakers. You can verify that your speakers have been configured correctly and that sound is being played. Click the Play button to hear sound from your speakers.
This tab displays information about the video quality of your webcam. You can click the drop-down arrow to select the Logitech webcam you want to use.
This tab lets you know if your computer speed is fast enough to make a high quality video call.
This tab displays general information about the connection speed between you and a contact who is online.