software library for DV format digital video (runtime lib)
The Quasar DV Codec (libdv) is a software decoder for DV format video, as
defined by the IEC 61834 and SMPTE 314M standards. DV is the encoding format
used by consumer-grade digital camcorders.
This package contains the library needed to run executables using libdv.
This is LibDV, a GPL codec for DV video.
LibDV now uses the GNU "Autotools" for building.
BUILDING from CVS checkout
Starting with version 0.98, the libdv CVS repository does include the
configure script generated by the autotools. Hopefully, this will
ease the pain for people who are not inclined to modify their machines
Notes on libdv for Debian
On the i386 architecture, the shared library version of libdv does not comprise
of position-independent code only. While not desirable in general, this choice
was done on purpose by the upstream developers for some performance critical
routines that contain hand-optimized assembler code. As such, it meets an
exceptio for position-dependent code
dvconnect is a small utility to send / capture raw data from / to the
camcorder over an OHCI complient IEEE 1394 firewire adapter. It has to be
an OHCI adapter since we use the video1394 interface. (It could be done for
receiving without it, but for sending it's the only way to go!)
You should also install the latest Linux Kernel version (> 2.4.12 I think)
since otherwise the necessary patches f
This is a small explanation of the statistics tables generated by encodedv:
CYCLE are the cycles in
libdv (1.0.0-1+b1) unstable; urgency=low
* Binary-only non-maintainer upload for i386; no source
2006-09-25 Dan Dennedy <firstname.lastname@example.org>
* libdv 1.0.0 release.
[ This file is way out of date ]
- MMX ycrcb conversion to rgb
- combine multip
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