cameractrls is a free and open source Camera controls software for Linux. Using this you can control your web cam or other connected cameras easily. It is written in Python and released under MIT License. It comes with camera Viewer and options like resolution, FPS, pixel format, power line frequency, exposure, backlight, brightness, hue, sharpness, HDR, focus, zoom, auto focus and more controls.
Install cameractrls on Ubuntu Linux
You can install cameractrls on your system from flathub and it is available as a flatpak package. If you don’t have flatpak and flathub, then install using below link.
Restart your system after the flatpak and flathub installation. After that open terminal (ctrl+alt+t) and run below cameractrls flatpak installation command.
flatpak install flathub hu.irl.cameractrls
You can open cameractrls using this command.
flatpak run hu.irl.cameractrls
And uninstall cameractrls using
sudo flatpak uninstall hu.irl.cameractrls