Unofficial GATOS additions ;)
This is an additional page about using ATI All-in-Wonder
cards on linux, specifically about video recording. If you
haven't yet read
please do before going on here.
Note! The stuff below is awaiting substantial rework.
It should be reasonably stable and usable (and actually I use it),
but it is mostly for experimental purposes and will not be developed
this way anymore.
km hack-9 - based upon km cvs snapshot of 1-Aug-2002. Some
stability issues fixed in mach64 section (I hope), mmap support,
more than 2 kernel buffers possible, precise timestamps and half-rate
supported via additional (non-standard) ioctls.
mp1e patches - more options to properly handle interlaced
video source available on command line, including MMXed 2x2 downscaler,
better a/v sync and some minor fixes. See example included.
mp1e cvs snapshot - just a cvs snapshot, for convenience. Latest
release 1.9.3 is outdated already, but 1.9.4+ will be ok, as soon as it
is released. Please see
for general info about mp1e program.
Files for download:
km-cvs-hackB.tgz (more fixes and cleanup)
WARNING: Use at your own risk. I'm not responsible if your
computer explodes and such.
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