This currenty is not possible, but there already is a bug report filed on Launchpad. You could sign in here and press the "This bug affects me too" button, so the problem get's more attention.
You could try Cheese in the meantime, which does support multiple webcams.
You can install it by typing this in the terminal:
sudo apt-get install cheese
Or you ...
Snaps are not supported in the AppCenter but you can install Snaptastic. Snaptastic will manage Snaps, including updates, installation and removal.
Snaptastic is found in the AppCenter.
Software sources are not by default managed by AppCenter but you can install Software and Sources in the AppCenter. This is the other half of ubuntu ...
Please do refer to this link to have a better idea. I believe it's the new way, similar to windows where one can easily install applications. However the old ways are also going to stick around.
This issue is a problem with the Juno OS, which requires a bug to be submitted for a fix. However, you should install a third-party webcam application to use the camera. One of the best third-party camera applications for Juno OS is Cheese.
One solution is to create a desktop file and then save it in
You can create a desktop file reading:
Once you create the text file, you can save it as something like polarr-snap.desktop in the ~/.local/share/applications ...
Snaps are what is called a "sandboxed" or "confined" package format. This means the amount of access that these apps have to your system is very limited. One of those limitations is that Snaps don't have access to the system stylesheet shipped with elementary OS.
LibreOffice is able to use the Ubuntu stylesheet on Ubuntu because it has been pre-bundled ...
Cheese and "camera" seems to work all of a sudden. I would suspect it was from a linux kernel update or Elementary that I think happened. If this happens to you, either run it as sudo or wait until another update comes.
Unfortunately, the Camera app is hardcoded to always flip video. It utilises GStreamer's videoflip filter with a hardcoded value for the flip method.
If you must use the Camera app, you can disable this by cloning the code and compiling from source. You can comment out this line and then compile and install.
An alternative which doesn't use the native ...