I am trying to stream from a webcam to mp4 file with avconv/ffmpeg with the GRBG pixel format. I can find a lot of ffmpeg commands and other stuff on google about a webcam stream to file with ffmpeg, but none of them use GRBG pixel format and are working for me ...
I have never tried something like this before
Output of v4l2-ctl --list-formats-ext: Code: Select allioctl: VIDIOC_ENUM_FMT Index : 0 Type : Video Capture Pixel Format: 'GRBG' Name : GRBG Size: Discrete 162x120 Size: Discrete 324x240
I need get video from ip camera (RTSP) and audio from netbook microphone and send to rtmp:// ffmpeg -an -i rtsp://[...] -f alsa -ac 2 -ab 96K -ar 44100 -i hw:0,0 -f flv "rtmp://[...]" It'is not work! Audio get from ip camera If i get only microphone � sound work! ffmpeg -ac 2 -ab 96K -ar 44100 -i hw:0,0 -f flv "rtmp://[...]"
I was just wondering if there are any applications that would serve as a webcam manager in Ubuntu. I am running 64 bit Ubuntu 10.10 on a Dell XPS M1530. Under Windows, I was able to modify camera settings (resolution, image, special effects) from a dedicated panel any time the camera was on. I don't need a lot of flashy features, but it would be nice if I could lower the resolution so that Skype runs more smoothly.
I'm trying to use a Panasonic DVCPro HD camera as a webcam to stream live video from the camera to services like ustream.tv. Currently, the only way I can find to connect the camera to my computer puts the camera into a special pc connect mode (which does not allow recording) and makes the cameras p2 cards detected as drives. Obviously, this doesn't help me do live streaming (I don't even need to record on the camera).I've seen that on Mac OS X a program called camtwist can be used to do what I want, but it would be nice to find an ubuntu/linux solution.
I've been having problems setting up my microphone and webcam for internet use. I won a Microsoft LifeCam VX-6000 on the internet and it doesn't work on ubuntu. I'm sure it works because I also have Windows Vista installed on my laptop and it works perfectly well when using Skype, Windows Live Messenger and even Gtalk.
This webcam model has an integrated microphone, which doesn't work either, even though it works just fine on Windows. I have tried to configure the mic, but when I test-record the sound all I can hear is just noise. I have test-recorded using a headset (which also works on Windows), but I didn't have any success, so I have to believe that I haven't configured something the way it was supposed to be or that a driver is missing.
I just installed skype on my F12 yesterday, the webcam I am using is a logitech C200, which has built-in microphone. I got the video working fine but not the microphone. No sound can be recorded.The same microphone works fine on my Windows 7, so at least I can eliminate hardware issue.I have never used microphone on my F12 before
I have an HP dv4 1313dx, pavilion notebook computer. The Built in webcam seems to work OK, but I have absolutely no sound registering when I speak over webchat , or over just sound recordings when I talk at the computer. I'm not sure if it's a software issue or not. I upgraded to 10.4 beta because 9.10 wouldn't let me run my wireless card. So upgrading to the new beta version solved that, but as I said I noticed the built in mic on my notebook isn't picking up any sound. This is whether I'm using Skype, sound recorder, or AMSN for webchats.
I've just installed Ubuntu Karmic on a HP pavilion AMD 64 bit.I've a weird problem: the microphone works good, but using skype 2.1 beta, it stops working when te my webcam. Even after restarting skype, the microphone doesn't work. To make the microphone work, it seems to me that I've to reboot.
I just installed ubuntu lucid x64 on an HP dv7-3065dx and even though the installation went pretty smoothly, every time I open cheese or anything else that uses the webcam, the microphone all of a sudden cuts off. It doesn't receive input. However if I use the microphone without camera then the microphone works.... Is the webcam somehow crashing the microphone?? Is there something wrong with pulseaudio? The webcam works great and is recognized as "HP Webcam".
I'm using Ubuntu 9.10, and a usb webcam that is shown as 'Bus 001 Device 005: ID 0ac8:3450 Z-Star Microelectronics Corp.' by lsusb.
The problem is that on connecting the cam, it just works with the first program I start (skype, tokbox, messenger), and if I disconnect it or switch to another program, it stops to work and I have to restart my computer to make it work again.
Is there some good solution to reset the camera without rebooting to make it work again?
I have on my Asus x59sl laptop webcam with built-in webcam. Here is the lsusb output:
Bus 001 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0002 Linux Foundation 2.0 root hub Bus 001 Device 003: ID 04f2:b012 Chicony Electronics Co., Ltd 1.3 MPixel UVC Webcam Bus 001 Device 005: ID 0bda:0116 Realtek Semiconductor Corp. Mass Storage Device Bus 002 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0001 Linux Foundation 1.1 root hub
I own a "Logitech, Inc. QuickCam Ultra Vision" web cam with a microphone. I have successfully installed it, I can get fedora to recognize it and even view video through all the web cam applications I've tried including vlc, cheese, and camstreem. It was automatically detected by Fedora and took no "tweaking" of my own. The problem I'm having is I don't know how to access the audio. When I go to the pulse audio applet or volume contol (mixer) I can see my quick cam as in input, and I can even watch the audio meter move and respond to sounds I am making. But I don't know how to tell any applications where to get sound from... my video source is /dev/video0, what is my audio source? Since my audio level meter moves when i say things or make sounds, I assume it is there and ready, I just don't know how to access it. I figure this should be pretty simple. I'd like to be able to record video/audio, or even just use the mic separately.
After having fixed the video on my webcam to use it with Skype I want to use the microphone as well...
Skype offers two microphones that seem to be related to the USB webcam. I have tried both of them and with different settings in kmix where I see a tab called "usb camera" with a microphone slider and a tick box. There is also an option to use "audio gain control". no success with all possible combinations.
Then I tried to use the microphone with a small software called "flrec", no success either.
I use an Asus 1201T EE PC, in India...which is new in the market. I don't know how to install the drivers necessary for the camera, and the internet isn't throwing much help for this- they appear to have drivers only for windows 7.
I have the 'Camera Monitor' installed, which works fine and notifies me if my webcam becomes activated.Is there a similar desktop program to monitor the microphone, that can notify me if the microphone becomes active?
so i got several problems with dirvers i guess, the touchpad doesn't work really, the cursor jumbs all over the place and the microphone doesn't work at all, i updated the system several times, my Laptop is a Lenovo B560