I changed the VIDEO_INPUT option to DEV1 and I'm able to record video now
and bsdktr_tvtune does not crash anymore. The only thing is when I record
and then play the output there is no sound. The mplayer output says
AO: [oss] 44100Hz 2ch Signed 16-bit (Little-Endian) but now sounds comes
Also I changed the output size from 160x128 to 640x480 and the output
has many dropped frames. Is that cuased by the slowness of the CPU or
HD to save all the frames? Or do I have to play around with some more
settings to get it to work right?
If you're trying to capture 640x480 raw frames to your disk there's a
chance you're overrunning your IO subsystem. Usually I have to compress
the data a bit before I try to write it to disk to get the full stream.
If you were in windowsland I'd suggest Huff_YUV, but you're going to
to go for Motion JPEG at a high quality setting or something.
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