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uvccapture - USB UVC Video Class snapshot software
This manual page documents briefly the uvccapture command. The purpose of uvccapture is to capture an image from a USB webcam at a specified interval, and save it to a JPEG file, no other formats are supported, imagemagick can handle anything else you might need.
A summary of options is included below. -h Show summary of options. -v Verbose output. -o<filename> Output filename (default is snap.jpg) -d<device> V4L2 Device (default is /dev/video0) -x<width> Image Width (must be supported by device) (>960 activates YUYV capture) -y<height> Image Height (must be supported by device) (>720 activates YUYV capture) -c<command> Command to run after each image capture (executed as <command> <output_filename>) -t<integer> Take continuous shots with <integer> seconds between them (0 for single shot) -q<percentage> JPEG Quality Compression Level (activates YUYV capture) -r Use read instead of mmap for image capture -w Wait for capture command to finish before starting next capture -m Toggles capture mode to YUYV capture -B<integer> Brightness -C<integer> Contrast -S<integer> Saturation
uvccapture was written by Gabriel A. Devenyi <email@example.com>. This software is based of the package luvcview by Laurent Pinchart and Michel Xhaard. This manual page was written by Krzysztof Burghardt <firstname.lastname@example.org>, for the Debian project (but may be used by others). 28th March, 2008 UVCCAPTURE(1)