Provided by: streamer_3.102-3_i386
streamer - record audio and/or video
streamer [ options ]
streamer reads audio and/or video data from /dev/video0 and /dev/dsp
and writes the data to the disk. Various output formats are supported.
Start streamer with '-h' for a list of options and supported output
streamer will use the file extention of the output file name to figure
which format to use. You need the -f/-F options only if the extention
allows more than one format. If you get the "neither audio nor video
format specified/found" message and don't know why, you can enable the
debug output (-d switch) to see what is going on.
You can safely stop the recording at any time with Ctrl+C. streamer
will catch the signal and stop recording correctly (i.e. write movie
file headers) before exiting.
streamer -o foobar.jpeg
write a single jpeg file.
streamer -o quicktime.mov -f yuv2 -F stereo -r 12 -t 0:10
record a short quicktime movie.
Gerd Knorr <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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