Provided by: effectv_0.3.11-1_i386 bug

NAME

       effectv - real-time video effector

SYNOPSIS

       effectv [options...]  [effect name]

DESCRIPTION

       EffecTV  is  a  real-time  video  effector.  You  can  enjoy movies, TV
       programs and any other video stream through the many  amazing  effects.
       Run EffecTV and push Up/Down arrow key to change the effect.

       EffecTV  accepts options and an effect name. In most cases you need not
       to set any options and name. You may specify a device file name  and  a
       channel number to see the input source you want.

       EffecTV  can  be  launched from any effect you want. Put an effect name
       after the command name ("effectv") or option(s). It’s case-insensitive,
       and a trailing "TV" can be omitted.

OPTIONS

       -help  Show usage (help) information.

       -device FILE
              Use device FILE for video4linux (default is /dev/video0).

       -channel NUMBER
              Channel number of video source (default is 0).

       -norm NORM
              Set  video norm (default is ntsc). One of ntsc, pal, secam, pal-
              nc, pal-m, pal-n, ntsc-jp.

       -freqtab FREQTAB
              Set frequency table. One of  us-bcast,  us-cable,  us-cable-hrc,
              japan-bcast,   japan-cable,   europe-west,  europe-east,  italy,
              newzealand,    australia,    ireland,    france,    china-bcast,
              southafrica, argentina, canada-cable, australia-optus.

       -fullscreen
              Enable fullscreen mode.

       -hardware
              Use direct video memory(if possible).

       -doublebuffer
              Enable double buffering mode (if possible).

       -fps   Show frames/sec.

       -size WxH
              Set the size of capturing image to WxH pixels. (default 320x240)

       -geometry WxH
              Set the size of screen to WxH pixels.

       -scale NUMBER
              Set the scaling. When the capturing size is set, the screen size
              is scaled by NUMBER.

       -autoplay FRAMES
              Changes effects automatically every FRAMES.

       -palette
       {rgb24,rgb565,rgb555,yuv422,yuv422p,yuv420p,yuv411p,yuv410p,grey}
              Set   the   palette   of   capturing   device.  It  is  detected
              automatically by default.

       -vloopback FILE
              Use device FILE for output of vloopback device.

KEYS

       Up/Down
              Change effect.

       Right/Left
              Change TV channel.

       Space  Capture a background image(for FireTV, BurningTV, etc.).  Change
              mode(for SpiralTV, TransFormTV).

       ALT+ENTER
              Fullscreen mode(toggle).

       TAB    Flip images horizontally.

       Escape Quit

       ALT+0-9
              Change video input channel (0-9).

       F1/F2  Increase/decrease brightness of video input.

       F3/F4  Increase/decrease hue.

       F5/F6  Increase/decrease color balance.

       F7/F8  Increase/decrease contrast.

       F12    Show this key usage.

       More  details for each effects are described in documents package.  You
       should download effectv-docs.tar.gz found at EffecTV web page.

EFFECTS

       QuarkTV
              Dissolves moving objects.

       FireTV Clips incoming objects and burns it.

       BurningTV
              Burns incoming objects.

       RadioacTV
              Brightens moving objects and blurs it.

       StreakTV
              Makes 8 afterimages.

       BaltanTV
              Makes afterimages longer.

       1DTV   Grabs a horizontal line from video every 1/30 sec.

       DotTV  Converts the picture into a set of dots.

       MosaicTV
              Censors incoming objects.

       PuzzleTV
              Scrambles the picture.

       PredatorTV
              Makes incoming objects invisible visibly.

       SpiralTV
              Spiraling effect.

       SimuraTV
              Color distortion and image mirroring.

       EdgeTV Detects edge and display it like good old computer way.

       ShagadelicTV
              Go back to swinging ’60s!

       NoiseTV
              Makes incoming objects noisy.

       AgingTV
              Film-aging effect.

       LifeTV Conway’s life game with video input interaction.

       TransFormTV
              Performs positional translations on images.

       SparkTV
              Spark effect.

       warpTV Goo’ing effect.

       HolographicTV
              Holographic vision seen in Star Wars.

       cycleTV
              Color cycling effect.

       RippleTV
              Ripple mark effect.

       DiceTV A ’dicing’ effect.

       VertigoTV
              Alpha blending with zoomed and rotated images.

       DeinterlaceTV
              Deinterlacing video images.

       nervousTV
              Realtime frame shuffling effect.

       RndmTV Gives you a noisy picture in color or B/W.

       RevTV  Waveform monitor effect.

       RandomDotStereoTV
              Makes random dot stereo stream from video input.

       LensTV Old school demo lens effect.

       DiffTV Hilights interframe differences.

       BrokenTV
              Simulates broken TV.

       WarholTV
              Hommage to Andy Warhol.

       MatrixTV
              A Matrix like effect.

       PUPTV  Comes from "Partial UPdate", certain part of image is updated at
              a frame.

       ChameleonTV
              Still object will be disappearing.

       OpTV   Optical art meets real-time video effect.

       NervousHalf
              A half of the screen delays or be nervous.

       SloFastTV
              Non-linear time TV.

       DisplayWall
              Full of small displays with a distorted perspective view.

       BlueScreenTV
              Blue sceen effect: changes scene background.

       ColourfulStreak
              Streak effect with color.

       TimeDistortion
              Scratch the surface and playback old images.

       EdgeBlurTV
              Extract edge, and make blur.

AUTHOR

       The    core    of    EffecTV   was   developed   by   FUKUCHI   Kentaro
       <fukuchi@users.sourceforge.net>.  See the file CREWS for full  list  of
       developers.

SEE ALSO

       v4l-conf(1)