I am trying to stream the output from my Dish receiver to a server on my local network. This gives ffmpeg the ability to raise priority if it wants to. Newer versions of ffmpeg tend to do a better job. As a brief aside, I need to mention that there are two main video toolkits for Linux. The stick is working on both windows and lucid, so don’t think it’s a hardware problem. You can use “lsusb -t” to see how the various devices are arranged on your system’s USB busses:. Click here for Linux kernel 3.
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This appears to work fine. Using VLC to encode directly to mp4 or h will produce video with lips out of sync. After quite a few problems, it finally hauopauge to be working well. I’m trying to use an existing camera that has RCA connectors.
Support: Running WinTV TV tuners and HD PVR 2 under Linux
Here is a video on how to install the drivers and how to use Kaffeine. Posted by Gerard Toonstra at 9: Note that registered members see fewer ads, and ContentLink is completely disabled once you log in. Find More Posts by tonj. This is the command I tried.
Using the Hauppauge USB-Live2 with Linux
I’m not sure how valuable this is. When using ALSA, the proper device name for card 1 is “hw: Most of the information is outdated, discussing kernel patch that no longer exists for an old kernel that is no longer used. I don’t know what tvtime is, but in the meantime you still have to drill down and find out what the audio device happauge in the Hauppauge.
If it is out of sync it is not because you are not re-encoding to MPEG-2 video. In other words, use ALSA’s hw: We can use lonux to configure the device for NTSC like this:.
LordNeckbeard It needs to be mpeg2 instead. Are you new to LinuxQuestions.
If you have the wrong standard set, you will likely get no video at all since the USB-Live2 won’t be able to make any sense out of the incoming video signal.
I’m running Ubuntu and purchased a USB Live 2 stick from Hauppauge to visualize some direct composite video coming from a 5. Set the video standard to NTSC and got video playback with sound. At least the same config as is present in the driver fot the Hauppauge USB-Live-2 has been found to work fine with a Elgato Video Capture V2 board, which uses the same CX chip and has very similar lsusb output.
The rollback procedure for this is to reinstall the linux-image How did you get past the error finally? There is another ahuppauge patch to the xHCI stack for 3. This gives ffmpeg the ability to raise priority if it wants to. Linux for Colossus 2 Linux support for Colossus 2 is through a user mode application. I managed to get it to the point that the driver loaded and attempted to initialize the board but I was getting intermittent EPIPE errors that caused initialization to fail.
Turns out its DV implementation is non-standard and is only supported in very old versions of Linux. I’ve been hauppuge for the driver to load in my Ubuntu machine for the device. I asked a Linux minded friend at work and he suggested I upgrade to I am trying to stream the output from my Dish receiver to a server on my local network.