RE: boards for Video Capture in Linux
Dobriy Den', Andrew,
I just bought a Matrox G400-TV that does a good job of capturing video on
the Windows platform. And the Matrox site (www.matrox.com) states that they
are working on Linux utilities to support their video cards. Don't know what
the timeframe is for release tho.
From: Andrew P. Cherepenko [mailto:A.P.Cherepenko@inp.nsk.su]
Sent: Sunday, May 14, 2000 12:49 AM
Subject: Q: boards for Video Capture in Linux
I would like to get image 2-3 times per second at least,
(the more the better) and with tv quality at least.
I have video camera with Composite Video Out
What are boards to cope with this task and be supported in Linux ?
By the way. Does is the same Video capture board and Frame Grabber ?
I suppose, there are two ways to do this work.
1 Capture board with
Brooktree Bt848/848A/849/878/879 video chip
But it seems these boards are out of date now.
2 Video adapter with video input ?
for example, i heard that
ATI All-In-Wonder 128 SECAM 16MB TV In-Out
has a one of BT video chips.
But this way arouses my suspicion about confilcts
Or maybe this question could be addressed to XFree86 ?
I'd really appreciate any advice.
Andrew P. Cherepenko mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
BINP, Novosibirsk, Russia
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