I'm trying to do a live stream of video from an NTSC output, live video that passes through a DVD player before being sent to my computer. I have a em28xx device, and audio recording works fine. The problem is with the video. Whenever I try and record video, it attempts to record it as if it were PAL.
-Note, this setup cannot be changed because I am trying to stream church service. This requires that I use avconv.
Here is the command I am using:
Here is a screenshot:
avconv -f video4linux2 -i /dev/video1 -f alsa -i hw:1,0 -ar 44100 output.mov
I can play the video fine using [code]mplayer tv:// -tv norm=NTSC so I know that the device works fine.
I tried to force it into NTSC mode with this command, but it gives me an error.
$ v4l2-ctl -s=ntsc
VIDIOC_S_STD: failed: Invalid argument
Running on an intel Centrino 2. (HP Dv7 laptop)
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