Search:

Type: Posts; User: rmt1947; Keyword(s):

Page 1 of 4 1 2 3 4

Search: Search took 0.03 seconds.

  1. Replies
    4
    Views
    3,387

    [ubuntu] Re: 11.10, Easycap And VLC- Halfway There!

    I think this may be a problem with the video source rather than with the driver itself. It can arise with worn-out videotapes, for example, even when the first item mentioned in the ./README file...
  2. Replies
    4
    Views
    3,387

    [ubuntu] Re: 11.10, Easycap And VLC- Halfway There!

    I think the device name you need for vlc is


    plughw:1,0

    Notice particularly that for vlc you require a colon in place of the full stop used for mplayer. Works for me on Ubuntu 11.10.

    Mike
  3. Thread: EasyCap Woes

    by rmt1947
    Replies
    7
    Views
    915

    [xubuntu] Re: EasyCap Woes

    The grey bars usually mean that the driver is working correctly but can't reliably lock onto the incoming analogue video signal for some reason. I don't know why this is happening - I have no...
  4. Thread: EasyCap Woes

    by rmt1947
    Replies
    7
    Views
    915

    [xubuntu] Re: EasyCap Woes

    Hi Ryan,

    Your EasyCAP with USB ID 05e1:0408 ought to work successfully with the driver from SourceForge on Ubuntu 11.04, although there is a potential complication caused by a clash with the...
  5. Thread: EasyCap Woes

    by rmt1947
    Replies
    7
    Views
    915

    [xubuntu] Re: EasyCap Woes

    Yes, at the very least we need to see the output of the command


    lsusb

    while the EasyCAP is plugged in.

    Mike
  6. Replies
    248
    Views
    195,102

    [ubuntu] Re: Linux driver for EasyCap USB2.0 Video Adapter DC60

    For the EasyCAP USB ID 05e1:0408, people using the recently released Ubuntu 11.10 (Oneiric Ocelot) do not need to download the SourceForge driver at all. In Ubuntu 11.10 the kernel (3.0.0-12 or...
  7. Replies
    248
    Views
    195,102

    [ubuntu] Re: Linux driver for EasyCap USB2.0 Video Adapter DC60

    Hi,

    I'm sorry to say that I am unaware of any Linux driver for the EasyCAP with USB ID 1b71:3002.

    If anybody knows of a suitable driver in existence or in development, it would be nice to hear...
  8. Replies
    248
    Views
    195,102

    [ubuntu] Re: Linux driver for EasyCap USB2.0 Video Adapter DC60

    When I select easycap_alsa I get a display:


    This sound device does not have any controls.

    and when I then hit F4 nothing at all happens. On closing alsamixer and running ./testPAL.sh I get...
  9. Replies
    248
    Views
    195,102

    [ubuntu] Re: Linux driver for EasyCap USB2.0 Video Adapter DC60

    Yes, a VCR should be fine - it's what I used for all the development work.

    On my Debian Squeeze (which shouldn't be too different from Ubuntu 10.10 I guess), hitting F6 in alsamixer shows

    ...
  10. Replies
    248
    Views
    195,102

    [ubuntu] Re: Linux driver for EasyCap USB2.0 Video Adapter DC60

    Your log file shows that mplayer is actively processing both video and audio, but there does seem to be something strange about the audio data. I've just run a quick test with one of my own...
  11. Replies
    248
    Views
    195,102

    [ubuntu] Re: Linux driver for EasyCap USB2.0 Video Adapter DC60

    If /dev/video0 and /proc/asound/EasyALSA0 are both present while the EasyCAP is plugged in we can infer that the driver is almost certainly working correctly. If /dev/video0 is present and...
  12. Replies
    248
    Views
    195,102

    [ubuntu] Re: Linux driver for EasyCap USB2.0 Video Adapter DC60

    Hi,

    Version 0.9 of the Sourceforge driver should give both video and audio on Ubuntu 10.10. For this version you don't need /dev/dsp, but when the EasyCAP is plugged in you should be able to find...
  13. Replies
    248
    Views
    195,102

    [ubuntu] Re: Linux driver for EasyCap USB2.0 Video Adapter DC60

    Hi @timgood,

    There's been some discussion recently of the syndrome "good video for a few seconds, then grey bars" on the forum at
    ...
  14. Replies
    248
    Views
    195,102

    [ubuntu] Re: Linux driver for EasyCap USB2.0 Video Adapter DC60

    Hi,

    I've had reports of problems on Ubuntu 11.04 (Natty) before - see posts ##179 and 185 of the present thread. But when I tested it myself, as described in my post #188, I had no difficulty in...
  15. Replies
    248
    Views
    195,102

    [ubuntu] Re: Linux driver for EasyCap USB2.0 Video Adapter DC60

    Hi @rizlmilk,

    It's good news that at least the video is working. I've heard that some machines (particularly laptops) do have a mixture of USB1.1 and USB2.0 ports.

    I think it will be difficult...
  16. Replies
    248
    Views
    195,102

    [ubuntu] Re: Linux driver for EasyCap USB2.0 Video Adapter DC60

    Hi,

    Thanks for the diagnostics. The video part of the driver seems to be working correctly, but simply never receives any video input signal. The audio part of the driver seems inactive, but...
  17. Replies
    248
    Views
    195,102

    [ubuntu] Re: Linux driver for EasyCap USB2.0 Video Adapter DC60

    Driver version 0.9 (and version 0.8.5) should work fine on Ubuntu 10.04.

    "ERROR: missing /proc/asound/EasyALSA0" does not imply a missing file. It means (as I suspected) that the audio part of...
  18. Replies
    4
    Views
    2,776

    [ubuntu] Re: EasyCap DC-60+ em28xx Drivers

    Hi,

    I did manage to get an EasyCAP DC60+ working on Ubuntu 10.10 about six months ago, with some difficulty - see my post #12 in the thread:

    http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1642985
    ...
  19. Replies
    248
    Views
    195,102

    [ubuntu] Re: Linux driver for EasyCap USB2.0 Video Adapter DC60

    Hi @rizlmilk,

    I'll need some more information in order to comment sensibly. Which version of Ubuntu are you using? Is your video source PAL or NTSC or something exotic (for example PAL-60)? ...
  20. Replies
    248
    Views
    195,102

    [ubuntu] Re: Linux driver for EasyCap USB2.0 Video Adapter DC60

    Yes, it's odd. I own several EasyCAPs, but my only hardware is x86 and x86_64 PCs, and I have a very limited range of input sources (PAL and NTSC video tapes, plus a PAL camera). I've never...
  21. Replies
    248
    Views
    195,102

    [ubuntu] Re: Linux driver for EasyCap USB2.0 Video Adapter DC60

    I'm seeing quite a few reports of this syndrome lately, but I remain clueless. Version 0.9 of the driver works fine for me on 32-bit Ubuntu 10.10 with PAL VHS tapes, and I doubt whether this is a...
  22. Thread: EasyCAP

    by rmt1947
    Replies
    1
    Views
    2,990

    [ubuntu] Re: EasyCAP

    Hi James,

    The principal discussion thread for the EasyCAP model DC60 on Ubuntu is at:

    http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?p=10979221

    Mike
  23. Replies
    248
    Views
    195,102

    [ubuntu] Re: Linux driver for EasyCap USB2.0 Video Adapter DC60

    Hi Tobe,

    I have never tested the driver with S-Video because I don't own any equipment with S-Video output, but I doubt whether the adapter you mention will solve anything (I could be wrong, of...
  24. Replies
    248
    Views
    195,102

    [ubuntu] Re: Linux driver for EasyCap USB2.0 Video Adapter DC60

    Hi Tobe,

    It's disappointing that you are getting poor video quality. If you're sure the cables and connections are good, it is always possible that the EasyCAP itself has poor internal...
  25. Replies
    248
    Views
    195,102

    [ubuntu] Re: Linux driver for EasyCap USB2.0 Video Adapter DC60

    Hi,

    No, it's not your fault. Either there is some audio hardware on your computer which needs the module snd_usb_audio, or that module is being loaded indirectly by some action of wine or your...
Results 1 to 25 of 83
Page 1 of 4 1 2 3 4