Re: Video capture device
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Roger Oberholtzer wrote:
Yes, I tried that and v4l2ctl too but some programs like mplayer read the configuration change but cheese for example or flash didn't. I would change the default input from tuner (the default) to s-video or any other kind and nothing.On Fri, 2010-09-10 at 13:56 +0200, Jorge Cabrera wrote:Roger Oberholtzer wrote:On Fri, 2010-09-10 at 13:30 +0200, Jorge Cabrera wrote:Thanks for your reply and your advice Roger. Problem is that using a webcam is not an option right now because the solution that we have to provide is by using a usb video capture device connected to a camera. Have anyone tried one of those with linux?You mean that you have something like a Dazzle video capture device connected to the USB and a camera attached to that? What usb capture device are you using? Many are supported. But not all of them.Yes exactly, I'm using Avermedia EZMaker USB Gold (http://tienda.avermedia.es/product.aspx?productid=81126). The device have linux drivers and it seem to work ok but I'm having the problems I mentioned before.I use v4lctl to configure devices. The configurations stay until the devices are repowered. Have you tried this?
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