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Thread: Linux driver for EasyCap USB2.0 Video Adapter DC60

  1. #11
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    Re: Linux driver for EasyCap USB2.0 Video Adapter DC60

    Any news on DC60+ driver?

    What make & model of video grabber have others used successfully for vhs tapes copying?
    Regards,
    John

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

    Shameless bump because I would love to get this guy working... Borrowed it from a friend and since the USB port on my JVC hard drive video camera went out but the AV cable still works, so I want to be able to record straight to my laptop. Anybody having any luck with it?

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

    I installed the synteck driver on Ubuntu 8.10 but they works only with a single input, while I need o work with all the 4 inputs.

    Using zone minder or example, if I switch on a new camera, the previous camera is automatically switched off...

    The problem is that the drivers do not switch between the diffrent inputs...

    Any suggestions?
    Did someone solved this problem?

    Thanks a lot.

    JK

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

    I also have a DC60 but ubuntu tells me nothing when I connect the device. Still nobody solved it?

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

    I am not good at trying new things but I found this site:
    http://www.torrentreactor.net/find/easycap-linux-driver
    maybe someone can say how you manage to make it work with this.

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

    I want to try the sollution given in the older topic but it won't do this stap:

    sudo ./configure && make
    (After this command the file stk11xx.ko is created in the stk11xx-1.3.1 folder)


    it says:

    toine@pc-onder:~$ cd '/home/toine/Bureaublad/stk11xx-2.1.0' sudo ./configure && make
    make: *** Geen doelen. Gestopt.
    toine@pc-onder:~/Bureaublad/stk11xx-2.1.0$ sudo ./configure && make
    [sudo] password for toine:
    sudo: ./configure: command not found
    toine@pc-onder:~/Bureaublad/stk11xx-2.1.0$
    Last edited by toineurlings; July 1st, 2009 at 01:14 PM.

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

    toin, that website crashed my computer!

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

    For me, the easycap USB2.0 works fine (kernel 2.6.23)... just use:

    Syntex DC-1125 (1.4.0 not the last version)
    http://sourceforge.net/projects/syntekdriver/files/

    Then apply two patch's:
    (add support for the easycap, more specifically using lsusb: ID 05e1:0408 Syntek Semiconductor Co., Ltd)
    http://www.ivor.org/stk0408-1.patch
    (ntsc compability)
    http://www.bentrask.com/NTSC.diff

    Then compile using the syntex instructions, if all goes normally you should create a kernel extension (.ko), to load it do:
    sudo insmod kernelextension.ko

    plug your camera and check dmesg, normally you camera is in /dev/vide0 or /dev/video1, I got 30fps, it doesn't work very nice with opencv but with mplayer the image is very nice...
    enjoy!, Busman

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

    Any luck anybode with DC60+?
    lsusb shows:
    Bus 001 Device 042: ID eb1a:2861 eMPIA Technology, Inc.
    Regards,
    John

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

    busman.guru, when I click on the very first download link my dl manager flashes and nothing happens. I can't even complete the first step. I am trying to decide whether to spend my money on a digital video camera that records to sd card or a stand alone dvd burner instead of fighting with easycap. I think I am going to unplug and permanently cap easycap.
    Last edited by cooper77z; July 23rd, 2009 at 10:42 PM.

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