[...] a (hacky) way to grab composite/svideo in [...]

Juergen Lock nox at jelal.kn-bremen.de
Fri May 29 19:39:48 UTC 2009

In article <2d1264630905291103s5b1219f5u4f6b8df9ef99c5dc at mail.gmail.com> you write:

>>> > 2) allows selecting non-tuner inputs by passing `magic' channel names
>>> > via -c: "input_mux2" (composite in on my card), "input_mux3" (most likely
>>> > s-video in here), and "input_mux4" (I don't know if that's used on my
>>> > card, but it might be on others.)
>> Jason, any thoughts on access to the composite & s-video inputs?
>Well, I was planning on adding an input-mux option to be passed by the
>-o option, but I kind of like Juergen's idea of using channel
>definitions in the XML file instead.  We can "de-hackify" his
>implementation a little, and then users will be able to define
>easy-to-remember aliases for their inputs.

I mainly did it that way to be able to still use the video signal
definitions from the xml since that usually won't change (like, pal-b
in my case...)


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