|From:||Stephen L Hulme|
|Subject:||[Paparazzi-devel] Re: Video Capture Devices|
|Date:||Thu, 10 Feb 2011 14:23:52 +1300|
The EasyCap DC60+ unit is certainly plug and play for Unbuntu 10.04 upwards. I believe it requires the installtion of the included drivers for other OS's.
Spook is not a requirement to display video in the GCS.
I believe Martin et al employed it to deliver video from a remote paparazzi GCS across the internet.at a conference.
I used it a while back but, I believe it won't compile/build with current Unbuntu releases.- also Vodafone data card charges were prohibitive in New Zealand.
Someone correct me if I am wrong.
On Wed, 9 Feb 2011 08:52:11 -0500 Kurtis Kraemer wrote:
Gareth and Stephen,
Thank you for the advice on the video capture devices. I already have a video receiver, so I don't think I'll need the Pollin unit.
I'll look into the Pinnacle or EasyCap.
Are these devices mostly plug-and-play, or is there some configuration required?
Accodring to the wiki, I should use Spook to receive and compress the video data. Any updates or changes to this procedure?
Steve, thanks for the IMU code.
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