VCR enables you to record TV programs using a video4linux-compatible video grabber card. It doesn't require a graphical environment, and by using the avifile library, it can use popular Windows codecs (DivX, Indeo Video 5) for realtime encoding.
|Tags||multimedia Video Capture|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: VCR has been updated to compile with recent versions of avifile, which also fixes vertically flipped video recording. Several small bugs have been fixed, and a few features have been added.
Release Notes: This release is up to date with the current avifile-CVS. The SplitSize code was fixed.
Release Notes: This release includes code updates to work with the latest avifile from CVS, a handler that intercepts ctrl-c, more user contributed code, and a few minor bugfixes.
Release Notes: New codec presets, soundcard initialization, and a fix for a bug that prevented compilation with avifile 0.53.5.
Release Notes: MP3 audio compression, capture window size cropping, a Perl script to automate recordings using cron, and code updates to compile with the avifile-0.6 CVS source tree.