[clug] video4linux cards
michael.cohen at netspeed.com.au
Mon Jun 16 19:28:31 EST 2003
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Almost all "wintv" or tv capture cards are based on the bt878 (or bt848)
chipset that I have seen. these cards are anything between $80 and $120 at
the fairs. When you get the card pull it out and check the numbers on the
chip (should say bt878) in that case it works wonderfully in linux.
Most modern machines can encode at real time in full resolution into DivX.
On Mon, 16 Jun 2003 03:14 pm, Blake, Adrian wrote:
> Would someone advise me of a local source of video4linux cards that are low
> I have a basic B&W camera that produceds a composite video signal. I need
> to be able to encode and stream the signal at twice (2) a second.
> Adrian Blake
> Research Assistant
> University of Canberra
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