Video capture for Solaris v.4

Aims Video4Linux-compatible video capture infrastructure for Solaris. Project develops bt848x driver for Brooktree/Conexant Bt8x8 (Bt848, Bt878 and Fusion878), saa713x driver for Philips SAA7130/7133/7134/7135 cards, header files and utilities

Aims Video4Linux-compatible video capture ...

 
  • Video capture for Solaris
  • 4
  • SAWADA Keiji
  • BSD; Solaris; Linux
  • Freeware
  • 10 Kb
  • 54
  • Free
 
 

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