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List:       linux-video
Subject:    Mpeg from a Winnov Card?
From:       "Alexander Meis \(simmail\]" <simmail () pixelhouse ! de>
Date:       2000-05-23 16:27:44

Hi..

I got a Winniv AV card running unter Redhat 6.2.
Now i wan't a solution which i can use to grab 5 minute long mpegs form
the videocard.
What tools can I use to do this

Regards

Alexander Meis



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List:       linux-video
Subject:    Re: Mpeg from a Winnov Card?
From:       Justin Schoeman <justin () suntiger ! ee ! up ! ac ! za>
Date:       2000-05-23 16:39:25

"Alexander Meis (simmail]" wrote:
> 
> Hi..
> 
> I got a Winniv AV card running unter Redhat 6.2.
> Now i wan't a solution which i can use to grab 5 minute long mpegs form
> the videocard.
> What tools can I use to do this
> 
> Regards
> 
> Alexander Meis

- mp1e (available from sunsite) works quite well.
- bttvgrab (just do a web search)
- qtrec (http://www.ee.up.ac.za/~justin/v4l2)  (v4l2 only)
- broadcast2000 + mpeg tools (http://heroine.linuxave.net/) capture +
edit: quite cool

-justin


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List:       linux-video
Subject:    Re: Mpeg from a Winnov Card?
From:       "Andrew M. Fisher " <amf2 () cec ! wustl ! edu>
Date:       2000-05-23 17:08:08

I am currently working on some apps for winnov that will do the mpeg
encoding but I havent finished them yet.  You can find other programs that
will use the camera input and have them crunch out the mpegs.

Andrew Fisher

On Tue, 23 May 2000, Alexander Meis (simmail] wrote:

> Hi..
> 
> I got a Winniv AV card running unter Redhat 6.2.
> Now i wan't a solution which i can use to grab 5 minute long mpegs form
> the videocard.
> What tools can I use to do this
> 
> Regards
> 
> Alexander Meis
> 
> 
> 
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List:       linux-video
Subject:    Re: Mpeg from a Winnov Card?
From:       Josh Fryman <fryman () lw ! net>
Date:       2000-05-23 22:15:57

If you want to edit MPEG, there's a suite of tools plus a full NLE App
somewhat akin to Premiere called Broadcast 2000.  Can't remember the
URL, but go to freshmeat.net, and type in "boradcast" or "libmpeg"
to the search term.


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List:       linux-video
Subject:    Re: Mpeg from a Winnov Card?
From:       "Alexander Meis \(simmail\]" <simmail () pixelhouse ! de>
Date:       2000-05-24 7:18:03

Hi Andres

> I am currently working on some apps for winnov that will do the mpeg
> encoding but I havent finished them yet.  You can find other programs that
> will use the camera input and have them crunch out the mpegs.

Please let me know when u are finished. I need such a tool and
i cant find some on the net.
Al the software that i got does not work with the winnov card.
do u know something that works ?

Regards

Alex



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List:       linux-video
Subject:    Re: Mpeg from a Winnov Card?
From:       Blacky <jp () ulgo ! koti ! com ! pl>
Date:       2000-05-24 8:00:54



On Tue, 23 May 2000, Josh Fryman wrote:

> If you want to edit MPEG, there's a suite of tools plus a full NLE App
> somewhat akin to Premiere called Broadcast 2000.  Can't remember the
> URL, but go to freshmeat.net, and type in "boradcast" or "libmpeg"
> to the search term.

I tried Broadcast, I can't load any mpeg file with it,
it writes "unknown format" and assumes it's raw
any ideas?


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List:       linux-video
Subject:    Re: Mpeg from a Winnov Card?
From:       Justin Schoeman <justin () suntiger ! ee ! up ! ac ! za>
Date:       2000-05-24 9:10:06

Blacky wrote:
> 
> On Tue, 23 May 2000, Josh Fryman wrote:
> 
> > If you want to edit MPEG, there's a suite of tools plus a full NLE App
> > somewhat akin to Premiere called Broadcast 2000.  Can't remember the
> > URL, but go to freshmeat.net, and type in "boradcast" or "libmpeg"
> > to the search term.
> 
> I tried Broadcast, I can't load any mpeg file with it,
> it writes "unknown format" and assumes it's raw
> any ideas?

broadcast2000 only edits quicktime files.  You can convert a mpeg to
quicktime with qdvt (http://www.ee.up.ac.za/~justin/videostuff), then
edit it, then convert back, but you lose quality with each conversion,
so I wouldn't recomend this.

MainActor (I think http://www.mainconcept.com/) can edit mpeg, but it
isn't freeware.  It also battles with really long MPEGs.

-justin


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