I'm looking to purchase a PCIe video capture card for use with four CCTV cameras connected via BNC plugs. Anyone have any suggestions as to compatible card for linux / Ubuntu? Must be PCIe as I have no PCI ports at all.
Hi,I have an old Hauppauge WinTV USB (audio/video capture device) that I'm trying to use to capture some footage (composite connection, not tuner). I've tried various CLI and GUI software and I've had most luck with VLC; I can capture video but not sound.
After 2 weeks of searching for any solution, I could say that I didnt find any way to make this work. I'm on Xubuntu 12.04 from Work, and I saw that with VLC was possible to capture TV and then stream it. So, I decided to install my TV tuner, and then VLC. All those tutorials seemed to be so easy to configure and all that, but... no one helped me.
I would like to experiment with tvheadend but prior to investing in an actual capture card I was wondering if V4L supports a "generate" capture "card" that can just offer video stream of an image or pre-selected video file from the V4L device; a test pattern if you will. That way I can see if all the bits and pieces will work prior to investing an actual TV tuner card/USB device.
I've been scratching my head for some time here, initially the problem was trying to get Diseq to stick for LNB's. I'm using a TBS 6981 Dual card, and could get LNB for one tuner, but not the other. After some trial and error, I discovered that my other tuner card (Hauppauge Dual Nova T) could have an LNB assigned to it!
I'm newbie here, but I need some help. I need to build an application for my Foscam IP camera.
I found an interesting article on Planet-source-code.com: How to create USB webcam / IP camera recorder to capture and save video (C# WPF). This aroused my attention, but so far I am unable to find out how to implement it without using a third party SDK (such as Ozeki's C# camera library).