[MPlayer-users] mplayer as a frame grabber for a webcam? (I know, I know, but listen for a minute . . )
alhaz at xmission.com
Sun Feb 2 03:49:34 CET 2003
On Sun, 2 Feb 2003 00:21:07 +0100
Colin Leroy <colin at colino.net> wrote:
> [Automatic answer: RTFM (read DOCS, FAQ), also read DOCS/bugreports.html]
> On Sat, 1 Feb 2003 14:58:46 -0700 Eric Jorgensen <alhaz at xmission.com>
> > mplayer -tv on:driver=v4l:input=1:norm=ntsc -vo jpeg -jpeg \
> > quality=75:optimize:progressive:outdir=/tmp -vop pp=lb -frames 1
> > Nothing happens.
> optimize isn't a flag; your commandline is ok with optimize=1 for example.
> I agree mplayer should tell the problem ;-)
I'm now getting good results with the following:
mplayer -tv on:driver=v4l:input=1:norm=ntsc:width=640:height=480 -vo jpeg \
-jpeg quality=75:optimize=1:progressive:outdir=/archive/www -vop pp=ci -frames 1
Guess i need to clean the glass on the front of the tank :)
I get two frames every time i run that command, I'm not sure what's up with
that. Seems like the first one is the one i wanted.
I understand that technically the bt878 is combining two full fields into one
frame, but I don't understand at which point that happens, what the details are,
etc. I guess I'm just happy i have a deinterlaced jpeg that i can mutilate into
being a webcam. Now I just have to find a script or program that will take the
frame, date stamp it, and upload it with scp or something.
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