NewVideoRecorder is a high quality video capture toolkit for Linux. It includes deep buffering of audio and video to reduce frame dropping, a smooth dropping algorithm to keep the video smooth if dropping is required, and dynamic stretching of the audio stream to exactly match the video stream. It can use v4l1 and v4l2 devices as video sources, and OSS devices as an audio source. It can produce QuickTime, AVI, NuppelVideo 0.52 files, MPEG-1 files, and all files supported by ffmpeg (through the ffmpeg library). It also includes tools and utilities for high quality video streaming (multicast and unicast).
|Tags||multimedia Video Capture Conversion Display|
Release Notes: Support for the new v4l2 API has been improved. ffmpegrec can now stream 1 audio and 1 video stream for ffserver. ffmpeg's vhook support has been added for all recorders. ffmpeg's format conversion code has been added to all recorders to allow operation on most video capture cards.
Release Notes: Support for bttv-0.9.x was added. v4l2 support was improved. Support for ffmpeg-0.4.6-release was added. Various cleanups and fixes were made.
Release Notes: Many changes were made. Support for FFMPEG CVS versions was added, allowing divx4rec movies to be played while recording. Lots of bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: This version includes a major cleanup of the build system. It now requires a recent version of autoconf and automake. The documentation was updated, and it now blocks double CTRL-C on exit and has re-enabled avifile support. There were also miscellaneous minor cleanups.
Release Notes: This release is updated to work with newer automake/autoconf versions. It adds detection of failed mono/stereo switch in oss_core, switches to libquicktime, disables RTErec until the new API is available, disables avifile support until a stable release is made, and adds messaging subsystem, with -Q (quiet), and -D (debug) modes. It also removes lame from the source tree, and now requires libmp3lame from a recent lame release. DIVX4rec now builds without divx4linux and/or libmp3lame (for better transcode support).