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From: Ralph Metzler <>
Subject: BTTV - Bt848 frame grabber driver
Date: 1997/06/11
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Old-Date: 10 Jun 1997 16:23:27 +0200
Organization: Institute of Theoretical Physics, University of Cologne, Germany
Newsgroups: comp.os.linux.announce


Announcing bttv version 0.4.0

BTTV is a device driver for Bt848 based frame grabber cards like the
Hauppauge Win/TV pci, Miro PCTV, STB TV PCI, Diamond DTV2000, AverMedia ...

Major new features in version 0.4.0 are rudimentary support for grabbing into
user memory and for decoding VBI data like teletext, VPS, etc. in software.

The Motif application xtvscreen now has better support for selecting channels
and also works in the dual visual modes (255+24 mil. colors) of AccelX 3.1.

Title:          BTTV
Version:        0.4
Entered-date:   10JUN97
Description:    BTTV is a character device driver for frame grabber cards
                with the Brooktree Bt848.
Keywords:       frame grabber 
Author: (Ralph Metzler)
       (Marcus Metzler)	

Maintained-by: (Ralph Metzler)
Platforms:      Linux (x86)

Copying-policy: GPL

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