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 http://gatos.sf.net/ 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.

Breif description.

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 Latest release 1.9.3 is outdated already, but 1.9.4+ will be ok, as soon as it is released.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 http://zapping.sf.net/ for general info about mp1e program.

Files for download:

mp1e-cvs-20021112.tgz
mp1e-patch9.tgz
km-cvs-hack9.tgz
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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