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ktv

   0.3b  

KDE Video Application

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Link:  Link
Downloads:  897
Submitted:  Aug 11 2009
Updated:  Sep 6 2009

Description:

ktv is a GUI fronted for mplayer and mencoder for playing and recording analog tv.

It provides basic options to view and switch channels, but also allows recording and timeshifting the currently recorded video, supports scheduling, and can show tvguides which are offered by xmltv grabbers.

To run, execute ./run.sh




Changelog:

0.2b
  • add a scheduler, which allows recording (and stopping of the recording) at various conditions

  • GUI created using (mostly) QDevelop

  • clean up source code, to make ktv more reliable


  • 0.3b
  • choose an XMLTV grabber, and let the guide show all programs. If channels are named the same by the grabber, and in ktv, then records can be easily scheduled



  • LicenseGPL
    Source(ktv 0.3b (source - master/HEAD))
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     Search channels

     
     by dglent on: Oct 12 2009
     
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    How we can search for availiable channels ?


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     Re: Search channels

     
     by jerous on: Oct 13 2009
     
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    There is no option to manually search for channels.

    Currently, the only option to fetch them, is to import from a xawtv configuration.
    I'll upload a version which can probe for channels.

    (Currently xawtv is used, because it extracts channel information, while mplayer doesn't)


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     Re: Search channels

     
     by jerous on: Oct 18 2009
     
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    Ok, HEAD of the repository allows one to search for channels using mplayer!


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     Change of standard

     
     by joaopa on: Oct 17 2009
     
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    Hello, with ktv, I obtain a black and white picture. I guess thats because it uses non french standard tv (SECAM)
    How can one modify the standard?

    Thanks for any answer.

    [Great job, man :) ]


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     Re: Change of standard

     
     by jerous on: Oct 17 2009
     
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    Hi jaopa,

    thanks for reporting this!
    It seems ktv doesn't support changing the standard yet.

    I'll try to add the functionality one of the days, and upload it to the public repository.

    If you want to be able to use ktv in the meantime, and are comfortable with compiling it yourself, then you can grab the latest source, and replace in file src/mplayer_tv.cpp:14
    the line
    << "-tv"<<"driver=v4l2"
    with
    << "-tv"<<"driver=v4l2:norm=SECAM"
    and then I think it should work.


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     Re: Change of standard

     
     by jerous on: Oct 18 2009
     
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    In HEAD of the repository, you can find a new version allowing on-the-fly change of the used norm.


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     Re: Re: Change of standard

     
     by joaopa on: Oct 20 2009
     
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    Thanks for your quick answer. Unfortunaltely, when I try to cimpile ktv I obtain the following error message:
    g++ -c -pipe -g -Wall -W -D_REENTRANT -DQT_XML_LIB -DQT_GUI_LIB -DQT_CORE_LIB -DQT_SHARED -I/usr/share/qt4/mkspecs/linux-g++ -I. -I/usr/include/qt4/QtCore -I/usr/include/qt4/QtGui -I/usr/include/qt4/QtXml -I/usr/include/qt4 -Ibuild -Ibuild -o build/main.o src/main.cpp
    make: *** [build/channel.o] Erreur 1
    make: *** Attente des tâches non terminées....

    Any idea for the reason?


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     Re: Re: Re: Change of standard

     
     by jerous on: Oct 20 2009
     
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    It builds just fine here.
    Maybe you can try
    qmake && make clean && make

    Let me know if that works.


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     Re: Re: Re: Re: Change of standard

     
     by joaopa on: Oct 21 2009
     
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    Nope, still not working:

    qmake&&make clean&&make
    rm -f build/moc_channel.cpp build/moc_ktv.cpp build/moc_mplayer.cpp build/moc_scheduler.cpp build/moc_scheduler_condition.cpp build/moc_guide.cpp build/moc_settings.cpp
    rm -f qrc_ktv.cpp
    rm -f build/ui_ktv.h build/ui_channel.h build/ui_scheduler.h build/ui_settings.h build/ui_guide.h
    rm -f build/channel.o build/ktv.o build/main.o build/mplayer.o build/scheduler.o build/scheduler_condition.o build/misc.o build/guide.o build/settings.o build/moc_channel.o build/moc_ktv.o build/moc_mplayer.o build/moc_scheduler.o build/moc_scheduler_condition.o build/moc_guide.o build/moc_settings.o build/qrc_ktv.o
    rm -f *~ core *.core
    /usr/bin/uic-qt4 ui/ktv.ui -o build/ui_ktv.h
    /usr/bin/uic-qt4 ui/channel.ui -o build/ui_channel.h
    /usr/bin/uic-qt4 ui/scheduler.ui -o build/ui_scheduler.h
    /usr/bin/uic-qt4 ui/settings.ui -o build/ui_settings.h
    /usr/bin/uic-qt4 ui/guide.ui -o build/ui_guide.h
    g++ -c -pipe -g -Wall -W -D_REENTRANT -DQT_XML_LIB -DQT_GUI_LIB -DQT_CORE_LIB -DQT_SHARED -I/usr/share/qt4/mkspecs/linux-g++ -I. -I/usr/include/qt4/QtCore -I/usr/include/qt4/QtGui -I/usr/include/qt4/QtXml -I/usr/include/qt4 -Ibuild -Ibuild -o build/channel.o src/channel.cpp
    Dans le fichier inclus à partir de src/channel.cpp:5:
    src/channel_channels.cpp:9:31: erreur: ui_channelsImport.h : Aucun fichier ou dossier de ce type
    make: *** [build/channel.o] Erreur 1

    I tried to find the file ui_channelsImport.h in the tree with kfind, and I did not find it. Thats the culprit.

    Maybe you forgot to add it in the archive tarball. Thats my two cents :D


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     Re: Re: Change of standard

     
     by jerous on: Oct 22 2009
     
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    Aha! A file which wasn't removed by make clean, yet was still included in the source code causing that compilation error.

    It should be fixed now!


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     Re: Re: Re: Change of standard

     
     by joaopa on: Oct 26 2009
     
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    Indeed, it works now.
    Good job.

    Waiting for the channel scanning now :D :D



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     Re: Re: Re: Change of standard

     
     by jerous on: Oct 26 2009
     
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    Channel scan is already available. Just go to settings, tab "Import Channels", and then press "Scan for channels", which allows you to scan, and modify all found channels, and then import them.



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     Choose the device

     
     by joaopa on: Oct 28 2009
     
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    Indeed, the channel scan works .....

    An other feature that would be cool to have:

    My tv card is a USB Pinnacle stick. THe device that I must choose depends on the order when I plug it: after or before plugging the webcam.

    So, I need t to play with the mplayer.conf file.

    Would it possible to add a tablet to choose the device: /dev/video0 /dev/video1 etc.

    In the same way, I need to force the audio input.
    Would it possible to add a tablet to chose the audio input

    Here is my player.conf file

    # uncomment this for tv support
    tv=driver=v4l2:device=/dev/video0:input=0:alsa=1:adevice=hw.0:audiorate=48000:forceaudio=1:immediatemode=0:amode=0:norm=secam:chanlist=europe-west:channels=49-Tvnui,52-Tempo,E6-telepolynesie

    Thanks for your help


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     Re: Choose the device

     
     by jerous on: Nov 16 2009
     
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    jaopa,

    I've added some settings allowing you to change audio and video. Just check the MPlayer tab in the settings window.
    I haven't been able to test it however, so let me know if it doesn't detect video or audio sources.


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     Re: Re: Choose the device

     
     by joaopa on: Nov 20 2009
     
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    Thanks for your job.
    In the tablet for sound, I can choose the device.
    Unfortunately, for the video device, no one is available in the tablet. Nothing appears.


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     Re: Re: Re: Choose the device

     
     by jerous on: Nov 20 2009
     
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    Currently, devices found in /dev/video* are added to the list of video devices.
    Maybe yours are in a different location? If so, give them to me, and I'll update ktv. If not, then you should give me some more information (I'll upload then some debug version).

    jerous


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     Re: Re: Re: Re: Choose the device

     
     by joaopa on: Nov 21 2009
     
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    My devices are really in /dev folder: /dev/video*

    What kind of debug output do you want?


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     Re: Re: Re: Choose the device

     
     by jerous on: Dec 2 2009
     
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    I received a patch fixing this problem, so I assume if you try to run the latest version, it should work for you too.


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     Re: Re: Re: Re: Choose the device

     
     by joaopa on: Dec 3 2009
     
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    First, the good news: I can now choose my video device. Great!!

    Second, the bad news: I can not choose the norm anymore. Nothing appears in the tablet norm.
    I am stuck in the default behaviour, that is Pal norm.

    I think what happens is the following:

    Ktv waits for a video device.
    I choose my video device, but then ktv does not ask to the device what norms are available. So, nothing can be choosen.

    Thats my guess on the behaviour of Ktv.


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     Re: Choose the device

     
     by jerous on: Dec 4 2009
     
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    The list of norms is parsed from v4l-info's output, so make sure the v4l-info binary is installed.
    (but I also made a minor change, so also try a pull&compile again :))


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     Re: Re: Choose the device

     
     by joaopa on: Dec 4 2009
     
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    v4l-info is installed. I did more testing. And I conclude that the tablet norm works (that is:there are available norms in the tablet) when my tv-card is on /dev/video0 and does not work when it is on /dev/video1.



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     Re: Re: Choose the device

     
     by jerous on: Dec 5 2009
     
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    I see, stupid mistake from me. :) I guess there are more to follow, since it's hard to test with only video device. Update's waiting for you in HEAD.



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     Choose the device

     
     by joaopa on: Dec 11 2009
     
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    Ok, it works now. great job

    Thanks

    still testing to find more bugs :D


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