vloopback modules for Linux
vloopback is a video4linux driver providing video pipes. With this driver you
can use the output of a user program as input to another program which would
normally communicate with a video4linux device.
vloopback is a video4linux driver providing video pipes.
With the driver you can use the output of a user program to feed a program that
would normally communicate with a video4linux device.
To achieve this a video pipe consists out of two video4linux devices:
one for the generating program to write its data to and one for a normal
video4linux program to read from.
At the moment there are only fe
vloopback for Debian
0. Support kernel version
Version since 2.6.26
The module-assistant tool helps users & package maintainers with managing
external kernel modules packaged for Debian
Documentation on building modules with module-assistant is in the
module-assistant package in `/usr/share/doc/module-assist
* How to use effecttv with vloopback ?
You have to load your webcam / capture card kernel module , i.ex :
modprobe pwc mbufs=3 size=vga fps=15
See dmesg output to know the video device used by your device :
pwc: Registered as /dev/video0
Load vloopback device ,
see dmseg output ( same as above )
Loopback 0 registered, input: video1,output: video2
And run effect on this
vloopback (1.3-2) unstable; urgency=low
* Fix fails to build with linux-2.6.32 (Closes: #567448).
This package was debianized by Nobuhiro Iwamatsu <firstname.lastname@example.org> on
Sat, 23 Aug 2008 22:17:22
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