On your Raspberry Pi, enable the camera interface. Simply open the Preferences app on your Pi, navigate to the Interfaces page, turn on the Camera interface, and reboot the Pi.
We may connect the PiCamera module directly to the Raspberry Pi Board's CSI (Camera Serial Interface) interface. Using a 15-pin ribbon cable, connect this Pi Camera module to the Raspberry Pi's CSI port.
In order to use your Raspberry Pi. Go to the Raspberry Pi Configuration window under the Preferences menu in the Desktop environment, click the Interfaces tab, and activate the Camera as indicated in the image below.
Write the Raspberry Pi operating system to a microSD card.
Insert the card into the Pi, go through the setup wizard, then execute the pi-webcam playbook.
Turn off the Raspberry Pi.
Connect the camera module to the Raspberry Pi.
Plug the USB port on the Pi Zero (not the PWR IN port) into the USB port on your computer.
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