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
  • 179
  • Free
 
 

Review Video capture for Solaris

  • captcha
 
 
New Video software
  • NoteBurner M4V Converter Plus  v.5.3.4Easily convert your entire iTunes movie library including purchased and rented DRM M4V videos to MP4, MOV and so on with AC3 5.1 as well as AD audio tracks and subtitles preseved, which you can freely play on any video players or portable devices.
  • Free Video to HTML5 Converter  v.1.7.0Free Video to HTML5 Converter is a professional converter for video file to html5 conversion. The output supports all major web broswers: IE, Firefox, Apple Safari, Chrome, Opera, and can be viewed in iPad, iPhone.
  • Tipard Blu-ray Converter  v.7.3.60Tipard Blu-ray Converter is the best Blu-ray converter software, which help you convert homemade Blu-ray disc/DVD to any video/audio format like MP4, AVI, MOV, M4V, MPEG, FLV, MP3, FLAC, etc. Also, it can convert among any popular video file.
  • PhotoStage Pro Edition for Mac  v.4.10PhotoStage Pro Edition creates a slideshow from your digital photos on your Mac. Add video clips, music and narration to enhance your slideshow. Easily drag and drop images or a folder of images. Apply effects such as fade, crossfade, zoom, and more.
  • UT VR-Lab Video Recorder/Reader  v.1.0The tools in this project are used by the Virtual Reality lab at University of Texas at Austin to record the stream of rendered images (OpenGL) and combine them with eye tracking data (if eyes are being tracked) and user defined metadata. The ...
  • Avcap  v.0.1.9The avcap-library is a cross-API, cross-platform simple and easy to use C++ video capture library. It's aim is to provide a unified API (currently for Linux, Win32 and Mac OS X) to capture video from appropriate hardware.