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Join Date Mar Beans 2. Read on this post how to activate audio in the mixer settings.
Digitize a VHS tape with FFmpeg and EasyCAP on Linux
Another RPI would be nice: Please note that I have used hw: Join Date Apr Beans 9. It affects Easycap devices with gm chip, which is a clone of the Philips saa chip. EM EM based devices are supported in Linux by the em28xx kernle module. I cannot verify by myself, so please report, if this problem is solved in kernel 3.
Read more about the different devices on this page. In the viewing- or capturing program you must then select the ‘Controlle’ soundcard or its number to hear sound! The VLC makers say that recording like this takes the raw stream from the recorded device ‘as-is’ and that there is nothing to do about it.
Adding support for the 8 bit ADC in the stk chip is planned in the future. Considering the large transcoding times one would even stick to the original mpeg 2 -format. I suggested you take careful look at this guide.
Update Feb 13 This issue described below is solved in kernel 3. Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del. Credit goes to the people that made those guides. I would like to digitize some old VHS tapes before the time is reducing the quality more and more. I guess it is sadly not possible to record with this tool and save to an avi file or so, but we can check if it is possible.
Posted by Andrew Schalk at 7: Use a powered hub if you get a crampy picture. More information on this wiki: I would like to know if there is any software out lniux for Ubuntu for using this device to capture videos from external devices. The time now is More hardware-software testing required maybe?
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Software for using EasyCAP USB video capture device – Ask Ubuntu
You can do this on the commandline as well with this line: Easycap DC60 has been supported by versions 3 of the Linux kernel for some time. You’ll also need to install ffmpeg which you can find in the same places. April 29th, January 16th, 7. I can’t get the audio to work with Wzcap but can record it in Audacity by choosing the “usbtv: Some of the stuff has been taken from the german Wiki of ubuntuusers.
Try the regular mpeg audio codec with any video format whenst recording-converting with VLC. Just run qv4l2 and configure it to capture the usbtv.