Josh Levy | 18 Nov 01:54 2009

Open Video Alliance Contest

Hoping for some FOSS-focused videos:

Want to win a trip to South By Southwest 2010? Or maybe a Flip Mino video camera? Read on...

The Open Video Alliance is holding a video contest. To enter, just make a video spot explaining open video in 60 seconds or less. Then upload it anywhere and tell us the URL.

Our judges—including web luminaries like Jimmy Wales and Mitchell Baker—will pick the best and most creative entries. One lucky winner will be headed to Austin on an expenses-paid trip to SXSW 2010, and three runners-up will get a Flip Mino handheld video camera.

The last day to submit a video is January 31, 2010. Head over to the contest page to check out the entries and submit your own video! Complete rules are here.

Need some inspiration?
We've got you covered. Here are some ideas. For more on open video, check out some open video issues.

Who are you?
The Open Video Alliance is a coalition of organizations and individuals devoted to creating and promoting free and open technologies, policies, and practices in online video.

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Tomi Toivio | 22 Nov 18:02 2009
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Kino on Ubuntu Karmic

Hello,

Kino used to work fine on Ubuntu. Until I updated to Ubuntu 9.10. After this Kino seems to skip frames and fast forwards through everything. Is it showing just key frames?

Does anybody know how to get it to work properly on Ubuntu 9.10?

We are arranging a workshop on Kino editing, which is why this is important now. ;)

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Tomi Toivio | 22 Nov 22:34 2009
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Re: Kino on Ubuntu Karmic

Hi,

Actually I already found the answer from Ubuntu Forums: use command "pasuspender kino".

(I just have a feeling somebody else might have this same question too...)

Regards
Tomi

2009/11/22 Tomi Toivio <tomi <at> flossmanuals.net>
Hello,

Kino used to work fine on Ubuntu. Until I updated to Ubuntu 9.10. After this Kino seems to skip frames and fast forwards through everything. Is it showing just key frames?

Does anybody know how to get it to work properly on Ubuntu 9.10?

We are arranging a workshop on Kino editing, which is why this is important now. ;)

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tomi <at> flossmanuals.net
+358445488856




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Howard Huang | 22 Nov 22:54 2009
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Lib DV1394

I'm trying to find the library DV1394 for download... I can't find it 
anywhere... Can anyone help me out?

Thanks!

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Howard Huang | 22 Nov 23:37 2009
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Capturing Video from Firewire to process

So I'm working on a project where I need to capture video as its 
recording from miniDV camcorder. And I need to do this for two 
cameras... It seems that Kino does this, but I need to use it for my own 
project... Anyway to do this with libdc1394 and libraw1394?

Thanks for the help guys!

Howard

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Gary Lawrence Murphy | 23 Nov 00:10 2009

Re: Capturing Video from Firewire to process

kino has a stand-alone command line program to capture video; would that help? 

On Sun, Nov 22, 2009 at 5:37 PM, Howard Huang <hahuang65 <at> gmail.com> wrote:
So I'm working on a project where I need to capture video as its
recording from miniDV camcorder. And I need to do this for two
cameras... It seems that Kino does this, but I need to use it for my own
project... Anyway to do this with libdc1394 and libraw1394?

Thanks for the help guys!

Howard

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Carl Karsten | 23 Nov 01:24 2009

Re: Capturing Video from Firewire to process

On Sun, Nov 22, 2009 at 4:37 PM, Howard Huang <hahuang65 <at> gmail.com> wrote:
> So I'm working on a project where I need to capture video as its
> recording from miniDV camcorder. And I need to do this for two
> cameras... It seems that Kino does this, but I need to use it for my own
> project... Anyway to do this with libdc1394 and libraw1394?

look at the dvgrab command.

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Stefan Richter | 23 Nov 01:31 2009
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Re: Lib DV1394

Howard Huang wrote:
> I'm trying to find the library DV1394 for download... I can't find it 
> anywhere... Can anyone help me out?

Do you mean libdv, the decoder/ encoder?
http://libdv.sourceforge.net/

Or libiec61883, the I/O library?
http://ieee1394.wiki.kernel.org/index.php/Libraries#libiec61883
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Stefan Richter | 23 Nov 01:35 2009
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Re: Capturing Video from Firewire to process

Howard Huang wrote:
> So I'm working on a project where I need to capture video as its 
> recording from miniDV camcorder. And I need to do this for two 
> cameras... It seems that Kino does this, but I need to use it for my own 
> project... Anyway to do this with libdc1394 and libraw1394?

libdc1394 is for IIDC (uncompressed formats, different control
protocol), not DV.

As Carl just wrote, check out dvgrab.  You could just communicate with
it through a pipe, or embed it in other ways.
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Howard Huang | 23 Nov 02:04 2009
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Capturing from miniDV firewire

thanks for all the help guys,

I meant libdv, sorry about the libdc typo. I will check out dvgrab :)

Thanks again,
Howard

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