I think they preserve the standard of the input now. I’m not sure how valuable this is. With the video apps that come with Ubuntu UBU and cxxx not working Thank you, sandyd. AVerMedia stopped maintaining their driver ; it is unusable with kernel They are very closely related as libav is a branch of ffmpeg. I need to expand this section a bit.

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Manhattan video grabber hi-speed usb 2.0

See Bttv devices bt, bt ALSA’s arecord command can be used to list sound devices:. Turns out its DV implementation is non-standard and is only supported in very old versions of Linux.

Don’t waste your energy trying to change opinions Mentions that dropped frames still happen. An mp4 file by default uses the H. I read something in a post that intrigued me, but I haven’t been able to find any more details.

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I’m not sure how valuable this is. This should give ffmpeg priority over the machine if some other unexpected process comes to life e.


I’m not sure how to combine the two in ffplay. When evaluating recorded video for frame drops, beware of drops caused by the video player.

This will increase the size of the final video file. With the video apps that come with Ubuntu In other words, use ALSA’s hw: Lijux the video player down to make sure you are seeing the actual recorded video. Let’s check the audio with ffplay or avplay:.

Right now, I have to manually type, sudo modprobe cxxx, to get the the drivers loaded. With unstable video sources, like VHS, it is up to the software to make sense out of the garbage that is produced by this adapter.

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AVerMedia’s bttv cards are well supported and work out of the box. You can list the supported standards like this:. Linux drivers for A or A doesn’t work here. I’ve been experimenting with capturing from my cable box in two hour chunks. Could be a regression. By Ted Felix November Tested on Ubuntu AVerMedia stopped maintaining their driver ; it is unusable with kernel We can use v4l2-ctl to configure the device for NTSC like this:.


This appears to work fine. Valid -preset settings are: Plug a video source into the USB-Live2.

Ubuntu Forums Code of Conduct. So it appears that the issue is the unstable signal from the VCR. With avconv cx2102sometimes it works fine. They used to default to 25fps. The list is very long and includes many variations on each of the major standards.