LinuxTV

Multimedia and Television Support on Linux

The LinuxTV community develops and maintains the Linux Kernel Media Subsystems and several userspace libraries and applications.

The Linux Kernel Media Subsystems provide support for devices like webcams, streaming capture and output, analog TV, digital TV, AM/FM radio, Sofware Digital Radio (SDR), remote controllers and encoders/decoders for compressed video formats. It offers native support for a large number of drivers for commonly available PCI cards and USB devices, but the subsystems are also targeted towards Linux based set-top-boxes and embedded devices like mobile phones.

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2018-07-13   Report of the Complex Camera Workshop - Tokyo - Jun, 19

We did a Complex Camera workshop in Tokyo. The main focus of the workshop is to allow supporting devices with MC-based hardware connected to a camera.

Presentations for the topics discused there are available here.

mchehab

2018-06-22  

Maintenance of edid-decode

The edid-decode utility is used to decode an EDID into human-readable text. It has been maintained for a long time by Adam Jackson, but he no longer had the time for it, so Hans Verkuil has taken over maintenance and the git repo has been moved to git://linuxtv.org/edid-decode.git.

hverkuil

2018-06-04  

Complex Camera Workshop - Tokyo - Jun, 19

We'll be doing a Complex Camera workshop in Tokyo. The main focus of the workshop is to allow supporting devices with MC-based hardware connected to a camera.

mchehab

2018-06-04  

Report of the Linux Media Summit 2017 – Prague, October, 2017

This is the report of the Linux Media Summit 2017, with happened in Prague, October, 2017.

mchehab

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