This post helps Fix 0xA00F425D VideoCaptureStartFailed (0x80131500) when running your Windows Camera App.
Possible solution 1: If the issue started after you installed some update(s), remove those patches manually.
Possible solution 2: Back up personal data, reset your device. Otherwise, please keep your system up-to-date.
Possible solution 3: try a different camera app, such as the use the Video Capture in Corel Video Studio 2018.
Possible solution 4: If you're using some external camera device...
connect your camera directly to the 2.0 port.
Optionally, perform a clean boot on your Windows.
Other voices on the web: 1. Download and install pending Windows 10 updates.
Reboot your system afterwards. 2. Update or Reinstall Imaging device drivers. Refer to the below image.
3. Modify Registry Editor this way: Back up current settings. Head to Computer\HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows Media Foundation\Platform. Create a new DWORD in the Platform folder. Name that folder as EnableFrameServerMode. Change its data to 0.