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

    Anyone?

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

    Hi !
    I've managed to compile and install the stk11xx module and it is working almost fine, but the image is slightly cropped on top and right sides.
    I'm initializing the drivers with norm=1 and fps=25 flags.

    To get the image I'm using the following command :

    Code:
    mplayer tv:// -tv driver=v4l2:width=640:height=480:fps=25:outfmt=rgb24:device=/dev/video0
    I've tried different withs and heights, but nothing changed.... Any ideas ?





    Edit: Nevermind, it was an aspect ratio problem. Everything is fine now
    Last edited by spkm; December 5th, 2009 at 02:41 PM.

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

    hy, i have a question, i managed to install the drivers they load ok, but it aint creating only /dev/video0 shouldnt be video0 - video3 ? or something like that cose it has 4 chanels? thanks

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

    ...or you can use GNOME System Monitor to kill the process.

    The compiling seems to have gone well, but after installing I'm not sure what to do to display video.

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

    Hello,

    I install ubuntu 9.10 and did just this:
    # svn co https://syntekdriver.svn.sourceforge...r/trunk/driver syntekdriver
    # cd syntekdriver
    # make -f Makefile.standalone clean
    # make -f Makefile.standalone
    # modprobe videodev
    # insmod stk11xx.ko

    All this above works fine, without error. The /dev/video0 was created with sucess after insmod stk11xx.ko. Well, after I used xawtv to see image, image is show but image are wrong (wrong norm) because I'm using a NTSC camera. And xawtv option don't show NTSC norm option. Just only show for me norm "webcam". I try mplayer too but not works too because NTSC is not recognized.

    How is possible to do for works in analogue NTSC camera?

    Thank you!

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

    Quote Originally Posted by beyonlo View Post
    Hello,

    I install ubuntu 9.10 and did just this:
    # svn co https://syntekdriver.svn.sourceforge...r/trunk/driver syntekdriver
    # cd syntekdriver
    # make -f Makefile.standalone clean
    # make -f Makefile.standalone
    # modprobe videodev
    # insmod stk11xx.ko
    Could you please indicate the new link because the one above is not working.

    Robin

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

    Code:
    https://syntekdriver.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/syntekdriver/trunk/driver/
    the links is connect, but the post concatenated it

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

    Quote Originally Posted by beyonlo View Post
    Hello,

    I install ubuntu 9.10 and did just this:
    # svn co https://syntekdriver.svn.sourceforge...r/trunk/driver syntekdriver
    # cd syntekdriver
    # make -f Makefile.standalone clean
    # make -f Makefile.standalone
    # modprobe videodev
    # insmod stk11xx.ko

    All this above works fine, without error. The /dev/video0 was created with sucess after insmod stk11xx.ko. Well, after I used xawtv to see image, image is show but image are wrong (wrong norm) because I'm using a NTSC camera. And xawtv option don't show NTSC norm option. Just only show for me norm "webcam". I try mplayer too but not works too because NTSC is not recognized.

    How is possible to do for works in analogue NTSC camera?

    Thank you!


    in post #22 there are changes for NTSC (don't work for me)...
    but maybe you can fix it?

    PS i have a another webcam on /dev/video0 , how should i deal with this?
    Last edited by bgiannes; December 21st, 2009 at 07:10 PM.

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

    Dear all,

    I have an EasyCap (DC60? composite video, and S-video), and am trying to get it to work on Mint Gloria, kernel 2.6.28-11-generic.
    I downloaded the drivers version 1.4.0, and applied the patch from igor.org. Didn't use the other patch as I need PAL input.
    The compilation (make -f Makefile.standalone) works, but complains that ctags needs another input string. Since the stk11xx.ko is created I decided to 'insmod' it anyway.
    Compilation log:
    Code:
     make -f Makefile.standalone 
    make -C /lib/modules/2.6.28-11-generic/build SUBDIRS=/home/victor/Drivers/stk11xx-1.4.0 modules
    make[1]: Entering directory `/usr/src/linux-headers-2.6.28-11-generic'
      CC [M]  /home/victor/Drivers/stk11xx-1.4.0/stk11xx-usb.o
      CC [M]  /home/victor/Drivers/stk11xx-1.4.0/stk11xx-v4l.o
      CC [M]  /home/victor/Drivers/stk11xx-1.4.0/stk11xx-sysfs.o
      CC [M]  /home/victor/Drivers/stk11xx-1.4.0/stk11xx-dev.o
      CC [M]  /home/victor/Drivers/stk11xx-1.4.0/stk11xx-buf.o
      CC [M]  /home/victor/Drivers/stk11xx-1.4.0/stk11xx-bayer.o
      CC [M]  /home/victor/Drivers/stk11xx-1.4.0/stk11xx-dev-0408.o
    /home/victor/Drivers/stk11xx-1.4.0/stk11xx-dev-0408.c: In function ‘stk11xx_copy_rgb’:
    /home/victor/Drivers/stk11xx-1.4.0/stk11xx-dev-0408.c:1005: warning: ISO C90 forbids mixed declarations and code
    /home/victor/Drivers/stk11xx-1.4.0/stk11xx-dev-0408.c: In function ‘stk11xx_copy_uvyv’:
    /home/victor/Drivers/stk11xx-1.4.0/stk11xx-dev-0408.c:870: warning: ‘line2’ may be used uninitialized in this function
    /home/victor/Drivers/stk11xx-1.4.0/stk11xx-dev-0408.c: In function ‘stk11xx_copy_rgb’:
    /home/victor/Drivers/stk11xx-1.4.0/stk11xx-dev-0408.c:971: warning: ‘line2’ may be used uninitialized in this function
      CC [M]  /home/victor/Drivers/stk11xx-1.4.0/stk11xx-dev-a311.o
      CC [M]  /home/victor/Drivers/stk11xx-1.4.0/stk11xx-dev-a821.o
      CC [M]  /home/victor/Drivers/stk11xx-1.4.0/stk11xx-dev-6a31.o
      CC [M]  /home/victor/Drivers/stk11xx-1.4.0/stk11xx-dev-6a33.o
      CC [M]  /home/victor/Drivers/stk11xx-1.4.0/stk11xx-dev-6a51.o
      CC [M]  /home/victor/Drivers/stk11xx-1.4.0/stk11xx-dev-6a54.o
      CC [M]  /home/victor/Drivers/stk11xx-1.4.0/stk11xx-dev-6d51.o
      LD [M]  /home/victor/Drivers/stk11xx-1.4.0/stk11xx.o
      Building modules, stage 2.
      MODPOST 1 modules
      CC      /home/victor/Drivers/stk11xx-1.4.0/stk11xx.mod.o
      LD [M]  /home/victor/Drivers/stk11xx-1.4.0/stk11xx.ko
    make[1]: Leaving directory `/usr/src/linux-headers-2.6.28-11-generic'
    ctags: no input files specified.
    	Try `ctags --help' for a complete list of options.
    make: *** [driver] Error 1
    after modprobe videodev and insmod stk11xx.ko I insert my EasyCap. Log from dmesg:
    Code:
    [  427.852135] usb 2-2: new high speed USB device using ehci_hcd and address 4
    [  427.985031] usb 2-2: configuration #1 chosen from 1 choice
    [  427.985209] stk11xx: Probe function called with VendorID=05E1, ProductID=0408 and InterfaceNumber=0
    [  427.985215] stk11xx: Syntek USB2.0 - STK-1160 based device found.
    [  427.985220] stk11xx: Syntek AVStream USB2.0 Video Capture - Product ID 0x0408.
    [  427.985226] stk11xx: Release: 0005
    [  427.985230] stk11xx: Number of interfaces : 3
    [  427.985851] stk11xx: Initialize USB2.0 Syntek Capture device
    [  428.128945] stk11xx: SET FEATURE
    [  428.128952] stk11xx: Syntek USB2.0 Capture device is ready
    [  428.129071] stk11xx: Syntek USB2.0 Camera is now controlling video device /dev/video0
    When I try to play /dev/video0 (which is now created) I get error messages from either mplayer or vlc that they failed to open /dev/video0.

    Any suggestions?
    Last edited by VectorS; December 26th, 2009 at 07:31 PM.

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

    Quote Originally Posted by beyonlo View Post


    # cd syntekdriver
    when i use this command i get

    Code:
    syntekdriver: No such file or directory
    Last edited by Borg; December 28th, 2009 at 02:17 AM.

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