- A new version of the easyview-n-cap script has been added
View Recording page for more information
- If you want to contact me, view my profile and use the provided email-link
- A new capturing/ recording solution (mtvcgui) has been added
- see Recording page or mtvcgui page
- The easycapdriver has now two "branches"
- the new 0.9 version delivers audio via ALSA
The purpose of this release is to allow audio playback/capturing on Linux distributions where OSS is etirely disabled (Ubuntu 10.10)
Detailed informations: http://sourceforge.net/projects/easycapdc60/forums/forum/1071438/topic/4024036
- the recent 0.8.5 version delivers audio via OSS
- new features coming with 0.8.5. version
- more than one video channel (4 cvbs easycap) is supported
- more than one plugged in easycaps are supported
- /dev/video0 can be used alternatively to /dev/easycap0
- Zoneminder and Xawtv are now supported
Detailed information about all the new features:
* 0.8.4 features: http://sourceforge.net/projects/easycapdc60/forums/forum/1071438/topic/3901200
* 0.8.5 update http://sourceforge.net/projects/easycapdc60/forums/forum/1071438/topic/3911043
* Zoneminder http://sourceforge.net/projects/easycapdc60/forums/forum/1071438/topic/3820067
- it supports all the three different types of the easyCAP DC60 device
see the Devices page, to identify your device
- For a quick installation guide see the Install page.
- I modified the recording script. Now it is an easy solution to invoke the viewing applications (mplayer, vlc and tvtime), or to make recordings.
It can be downloaded from the Recording page.
This Blog is dedicated to all owners of the EasyCAP DC60 or identical device, who want to use it under Linux.
The device has some limitations, but it is a good solution for viewing and even capturing from any analog video source under Linux.
Andrew (alias Professor Schalk)