Re: Where is KwinTV? Again.
Hi i can only say that thats right xawtv is a great proggy im using it under
kde too and it runs fine , what you said about gvidm it might not be
neccesary to use it in conjunktion with xawtv to fit xawtv to your desktop
res. thanks to video4linux you can run xawtv in real fullscreen mode even
under your high desktop resolution ... just add a:
to your modules section in /etc/X11/XF86Config-4 file and you wont need to
switch resolution anymore it will automaticly fit itself to your screen as
soon as you go into fullscreenmode if you then set it "always on top" hop you
got a teevee.
Try it! v4l rocks!
On Sunday 03 February 2002 02:41, Michael Hoodes wrote:
> I think the story of KwinTV is documented here. Myself?
> I run quite happily for years - xawtv. It runs beautifully
> under KDE and any other window manager. It's fast, accurate
> and is continually being updated (w/o breakage) and is available
> (woody, sid) by apt-get xawtv
> It's home page is http://bytesex.org/xawtv/index.html and the
> author is a Debian developer.
> I don't know why kde is moving forward with KwinTV ?... I'll try
> it again like I have done in the past but I always go back to xawtv!
> FWIW - I run asmix as my volume control (on the KDE desktop),
> I also use a neat tool called gvidm (on my KDE Toolbar) which lets
> me easily change resolution (from my normal 1600x200 to 640x480)
> for full screen TV. Both those tools probably allow me to "love"
> On Saturday 02 February 2002 at 10:20, Maximilian Reiss wrote:
> > Am Samstag, 2. Februar 2002 at 4:03 schrieb Chris Cheney:
> > > On Fri, Feb 01, 2002 at 11:04:36PM +0000, John Gay wrote:
> > > > I thought this was now an official part of kde multimedia? Who is
> > > > building the multimedia packages or are you looking for a
> > > > volunteer? After my initial,
> > >
> > > As far as I can tell it is still part of kdenonbeta, I will take a
> > > look at it after getting the rest of kde cleaned up and
> > > if it works ok I will package it.
> > Kwintv was long unmaintained. Development started again some time ago.
> > Debs are at:
> > deb http://arachni.kiwi.uni-hamburg.de/~harlekin/ ./binary-i386/
> > They will go into main some time, but right now there are way to many
> > segfaults on various systems.
> > Also xv support is missing (but worked on)
> > Thanks for the info! I'm fetching these to see how they work on my
> > system. Once I can get it working, I'll be happy.
> > Chris:
> >Thank you for your info as well. I am guessing that Max's deb's should
> > be replacable with yours, so it should be a simple matter of just
> > letting apt replace Max's debs with yours once they are uploaded.
> > Cheers,
> > John Gay