video compression boards

video compression boards

Post by Jeffrey Mark Siski » Sat, 14 Jan 1995 23:40:30

Can anybody tell me which, if any, video compression boards are supported
under linux. I'd like to capture from a camera to disk with resolution

just so long as there exists software to decompress the stored sequence
offline to a sequence of pixmaps. I also don't need video display, just
capture to disk.

Ideally, I'd like to attach this to some laptop so some indication of whether
or not this is possible, which laptops this is possible with, and what kind of
interface/docking station is needed would be helpful.

    Thanks in advance,
    Jeff (home page
P.S. Please send response by email. There is so much traffic on this newsgroup
that I might miss the reply.

    Jeff (home page


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