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Old 03-25-2003, 07:33 AM   #1
suriyamohan
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Smile Capturing Video Stream


Hi,

I used FAME (Fast Assembly MPEG Encoder) to capture video stream from a TV Tuner card with composite input. I am working in Red Hat Linux 7.2, Kernel 2.4.7-10, celeron processor (1.1 GHz). We are going to design a "Personal Video Recorder" with "SC1200" National Geode Processor with speed only 266 MHz, low compared to that of desktop processor. Now the "FAME" utility captures video stream in desktop perfectly. If we embed this "FAME" utility in our device with processor speed only 266 MHz, then will the utility capture the video stream the same as in desktop? will the captured stream will be in slow motion in device? If there will be any problem relating processor speed, then how to oevrcome the aforesaid problem?
 
  


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