Posts with the tag Webcam
Alain Kelder mentioned this command employing
mencoder in his blog post (see resources section):
MOVIE=your-movie.mp4 mencoder -fps 60 -nosound -ovc copy $MOVIE -o $(basename -s .mp4 $MOVIE)_60p_no-re-enc.mp4
Or use MP4Box if it's available for your platform:
# http://askubuntu.com/a/370826/6326 MP4Box -add source.mp4#video -raw 1 -new test # Then save it as an...
Update 2014-01-14: There is now a completely Python-based camera-interface for you to work with: picamera
/opt/vc/bin to your
# To add /opt/vc/bin temporarily to your $PATH: PATH=$PATH:/opt/vc/bin
and set up your
/boot/config.txt to contain the following:
gpu_mem=128 start_file=start_x.elf fixup_file<span...
Instead of downloading an old .deb package and installing it using
sudo dpkg -i mjpg-streamer you can also just get the source, compile and run:
sudo apt-get install libjpeg-dev subversion imagemagick cd ~/Downloads/ svn co https://mjpg-streamer.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/mjpg-streamer mjpg-streamer cd mjpg-streamer/mjpg-streamer make clean all
To try a first start, run:
export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=. ./mjpg_streamer...
Find out your hardware version
unfortunately I bought the revision 8 as the following command reveals:
sudo lsusb -d 046d:0990 -v | grep bcdDevice
according to quickcamteam.net this revision has a bug so that you have to unplug the cam from time to time...