Gv4l 2.2.4 reviewDownload
Gv4l is a GUI frontend for the V4L (Video For Linux) functions of transcode, used to record video (and audio) streams from a V4L devi
Gv4l is a GUI frontend for the V4L (Video For Linux) functions of transcode, used to record video (and audio) streams from a V4L devices, such as tuners and webcams, in encoded (Xvid, DivX, etc.) or raw video formats.
To use Gv4l you'll need to have transcode-0.6.7 or later installed. Having xawtv installed is also recommended because transcode uses the xawtv configuration file ($HOME/.xawtv) to get the channels, brightness, contrast, and possibly other information.
transcode >= 0.6.7
What's New in This Release:
Add support for transcode 0.6.13+
Use new Browse style
Action buttons expand and fill the toolbar
Applied UTF-8 patch submitted by Sebastian Voecking
Igain is set to 1 if it's 0 as there will be no sound otherwise (alsa only?)
Re-created the project with glade
Executed gettextize and supporting stuff:
Makefile.am (SUBDIRS): Add m4.
ACLOCAL_AMFLAGS): New variable.
(EXTRA_DIST): Add config.rpath mkinstalldirs.
configure.in (AC_OUTPUT): Add po/Makefile.in,
Changed the way .xawtv is being read (removed useless/obsolete chunks)
nothing was being read if the channel=# is not the 1st in the section
code is more efficient now
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