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KDE Video Application

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Link:  http://
Minimum required   Qt 4.x
Downloads:  757
Submitted:  May 10 2008
Updated:  Jun 1 2008


StreamMinder is a graphical front-end for Tom Stoeveken's MJPG-streamer, a UVC webcam streaming program.
This release is intended for developers and advanced users. See the README (bundled with the source) for important notes about this release.


I took the call to "killall mjpg_streamer" out of the constructor. MJPG-streamer can have multiple instances at once, so it makes sense to also allow independent instances of StreamMinder.
Renamed some slots to make use of Qt's automatic connections, which allowed me to remove 8 of the 13 connect() statements.
Made use of Qt convenience functions qPrintable() and QDir::homePath(). The former is just easier to read than what was there before; the latter is a step toward platform neutrality.
Fixed an oversight where the TCP Port spin box was being ignored.
Fixed a bug where the file output would use the "-c" (command) parameter even if the line edit was blank.

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 Try the modded MJPG-streamer

 by zelmo on: May 26 2008
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Since pushing out the beta release of StreamMinder yesterday, I've decided to see what needs to be done with MJPG-streamer to get better interaction between the two programs. Specifically, I've been wanting to get MJPG-streamer's startup output to appear in one normal-looking message box, rather than a bunch of error messages.

Well, that turned out to be pretty simple by doing a quick-and-dirty hack on MJPG-streamer's source. I've proposed the changes to Tom; in the meantime, try it out for yourself:

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 Anyone have a spca5xxx camera?

 by zelmo on: Jun 15 2008
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Tom just made a new release of MJPG-streamer that supports spca5xxx-based cameras, in addition to UVC cameras. (See http://mxhaard.free.fr/spca5xx.html for a list of spca5xxx cameras.) If you have such a camera and would like it to appear in the list of devices in StreamMinder, e-mail me so I can get the details needed to make it work. It should be a simple matter, but since I don't have one of those cameras, I can't do it by myself.

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 UVC is going mainstream!

 by zelmo on: Jul 6 2008
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As seen on Linux Weekly News (http://lwn.net/Articles/288824/), the 2.6.26 Linux kernel will include the UVC driver. For people wanting to use a webcam under Linux, this means the hardest step of getting it working will be taken care of automatically. No more need to search online for the module source, download it, compile against your current kernel, and place the module binary where the kernel will find it. At most, all you'll need to do is add the module name to your /etc/modules (or similar) file to ensure it's loaded at boot time.

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 Creative Labs CT6860

 by skynix on: Sep 18 2009
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hi, under Video device i cant select me /dev/video0 webcam. under Vlc and Xawtv ist works fine. i habe an dmesg and other outputs, please look at that, i hope you have an idea :)


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 Re: Creative Labs CT6860

 by zelmo on: Mar 11 2010
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Sorry for being so slow in replying. It looks like Tom is bundling a very capable Lazarus-based front-end with MJPG-streamer now, so I don't plan on maintaining StreamMinder any further.

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