television display application
This package provides a high quality television application for use with
video capture cards. It processes the input from a capture card and
displays it on a computer monitor or projector. Tvtime focuses on high
visual quality, making it ideal for videophiles.
* deinterlaced output at a full interlaced rate of 59.94 frames per
second for NTSC sources, or 50 frames per second for PAL sources.
This gives smoothness of motion and high visual quality;
* multiple deinterlacing algorithms for finding the optimal mode for
the video content and available processor speed;
* 16:9 aspect ratio mode for the highest available resolution when
processing input from an external DVD player or digital satellite
* super-slick on-screen-display for the complete television
experience, with a featureful menu system;
* "2:3 pulldown" detection for optimal quality viewing of film content
from NTSC sources.
This is the official Debian package for tvtime.
tvtime's source package is rather large, since it incorporates the
Free UCS Outline Fonts , and also the DScaler  filters. The
Debian package does not install the Free UCS Outline Fonts, but rather
depends on the ttf-freefont package. As such, the debian/rules script
uses the FREEFONT_CFLAGS variable in src/Makefile.am t
* * * * tvtime * * * *
tvtime is a high quality television application for use with video
capture cards. tvtime processes the input from a capture card and
displays it on a computer monitor or projector. Unlike other television
applications, tvtime focuses on high visual quality making it ideal for
For news and updates on tvtime, please visit our website at:
News for 1.0.2
* Add back the missing translations from the 1.0.1 release.
* Allow key bindings to map to noop to disable keys.
News for 1.0.1
* Minor updates that were intended for the 1.0 release.
News for 1.0
* The cx88 driver cannot detect the PAL audio mode (BG/DK/I),
and attempts to re
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