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Section: User Commands (1)
Updated: January 2004
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NAME

dvconnect - receive or transmit raw DV using the video1394 device  

SYNOPSIS

dvconnect [ options ] raw dv files or '-- -' for stdin/stdout  

DESCRIPTION

dvconnect captures raw DV streams from or sends raw DV streams to the Linux IEEE 1394 video1394 device.
--version
show dvconnect version number.
-s, --send
send data instead of capturing.
-v, --verbose
show status information while receiving / sending.
-c, --channel=number
channel to send / receive on (range: 0 - 63, default = 63).
-k, --kbuffers=number
number of kernel video1394 frame buffers to use. default = 8.
--start-frame=count
start at count frame (defaults to 0).
-e, --end-frame=count
end at count frame (defaults to unlimited).
--cip-n-ntsc=number
cip n ntsc timing counter (default: 2436).
--cip-d-ntsc=number
cip d ntsc timing counter (default: 38400).
--syt-offset=number
syt offset (default: 10000 range: 10000-26000).
-b, --buffers=number
max number of file io thread buffers to use. default = 250.
-u, --underrun-data=filename
file with the frame to send in case of underruns.
-d, --device=filename
Specify the video1394 device (default /dev/video1394/0).

Help Options

-?, --help
Show help message.
--usage
Display brief usage message.
 

SEE ALSO

playdv(1),dubdv(1),encodedv(1).  

AVAILABILITY

See http://libdv.sourceforge.net/ for the latest version.  

AUTHORS

dvconnect was written by Peter Schlaile <udbz@rz.uni-karlsruhe.de>.

This manual page is based on dvconnect's help message and was written by Dan Dennedy <dan@dennedy.org>.


 

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