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Video4Linux Issues.

Von: Christian Maher (m.christian78@optusnet.com.au) [Profil]
Datum: 04.06.2010 20:34
Message-ID: <op.vdsgi9t5yl5yub@zzdjchris-desktop>
Newsgroup: at.linux
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"Newb Reqs". Please keep it open.

I'm currently using Ubuntu 10.04 (The latest release), but I'm still
having an issue. The biggest part of this issue, is that it's a "Major"
one, so any feedback would be great.

I've always been a fan of "Video Capture Devices". If you are too, then
you know why. The problem I'm having, I don't know if it's a software
issue (I think it more-than-likely is), or whether my hardware is letting
me down.

I'm using a "WinFast" brand capture card. Under (sorry) Windows it
worked a treat, which makes me think my problem lies with software. The
card works with titles such as "TVtime Television Viewer", and ever
"Cheese Webcam Booth", It's NOT a tuner card, and only has A/V and S-Video
inputs. It has come to my attention while using "Kdenlive" (This is a
title that WILL do what I want, but I just can't get it RIGHT) that it's a
"Video4Linux" Device, so under compatible titles (such as Kdenlive) it
works, but once I start to "Capture", I get what I can only describe as
"Lagging". When a job starts to get some length to it, my sound stays
locked to the stream, but the stream changes from 20-25fps right down to 1
frame every 8-10secs.
Obviously this is no good.

Any Ideas?


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