But that won’t help you with ZoneMinder. If left blank by hitting enter, the default is minutes. Open Terminal in Ubuntu The easiest way to open terminal is to right click on desktop and select Open Terminal. Yes, the card was plugged in. Hi, I just wanted to ask you if now is the driver perfectly working. But I am not able to get this to work on my ubuntu. If you’d like to see the latest directions from the GIT repository, click here.
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Maybe this USB Live2 will in the future be used again, when the drivers perhaps get better. The new kernels have the patched code within, or so I have read. I don’t know what tvtime is, but in the meantime you still have to drill down and find out what the audio device is in the Hauppauge. As a brief aside, I need to mention that there are two main video toolkits for Linux.
Using the Hauppauge USB-Live2 with Linux
USB devices get recognized by their ID’s and as soon as you register a driver for it, the kernel will visit all eligible drivers to see if one wants to step up to communicate with the device.
OpenELEC can be downloaded from http: LordNeckbeard It needs to be mpeg2 instead. I tried on Maverick and Natty, which both are problematic due to API changes in the compilation and such.
I’m running Ubuntu and purchased a USB Live 2 stick from Hauppauge to visualize some direct composite video coming from a 5.
Newer Post Older Post Home. So there is no need to compile your own kernel.
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This video is transmitted from an RC plane to see what’s going on up there on a netbook. Plug a video source into the USB-Live2. One is known as “ffmpeg”, haupoauge other is “libav”. Quite a bit of documentation can be had from the command line.
It is an mpeg2 device. Is there a sudo command to load hauppaugd driver? When tvtime tries to play PAL, I get a black screen and it sort of locks. At this point, it’s a good idea to make sure video is working. I do have more success through mencoder and mplayer in that case.
ALSA’s arecord command can be used to list sound devices:.
The backend will not start. Be sure to mark the script as executable before using: With the video apps that come with Ubuntu They hope nauppauge examples will help you to get a better understanding of the Linux system and that you feel encouraged to try out things on your own.
[ubuntu] Hauppauge USB-Live2
This is what I’m using: But,now I’ve switched to Ubuntu Here is the llve from v4l2-ctl; User Controls brightness int: I tried going directly to libx in the past. Find that out first. I am trying to stream the output from my Dish receiver to a server on my local network.