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Realtime and CPU-Inexpensive video overlay - How?

Alright, so here's the jig: I'm currently planning to build a very simple PVR system, which would essentially JUST record video, and then allow playback at a later date. I want to make this ...
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Set up a virtual capture device using ALSA

I am looking to set up a radio stream on my local network using a Linux box with ALSA. My first idea was to just have it capture the sound output, but this can be annoying for several reasons. (For ...
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Recording game footage with ffmpeg - issues

I'm trying to create a script to record windowed games with ffmpeg. This is what I have so far: #!/bin/sh INFO=$(xwininfo -frame) WIN_GEO=$(echo $INFO | grep -oEe 'geometry [0-9]+x[0-9]+' | grep ...
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v4l - capture and watch at the same time

Capturing v4l and line-in audio using mencoder works very well, but I would like to record real-time game play video from consoles plugged into the video card. I've used xawtv for this (Works quite ...
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RHEL Desktop Recorders… Do they exist?

I've been searching a lot for a desktop recoder on RHEL 6 lately (for tutorial videos about how to use RHEL desktop for non-linux users) But unfortunately, I didn't find anything... Just some desktop ...
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How to start/stop recording automatically when there is someone starts talking?

I want to start recording when someone starts talking, and stop recording when it becomes silent. I guess if there is stream audio processing tool like ImageMagick, so I can strip away blank ...
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How to setup a Linux laptop as a MIDI device?

Which external MIDI interface will work on Linux to use a software sequencer with an external expander.
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How can I record sound from Linux?

I have Linux (ubuntu). And I would like to record a sound. Does anybody know how to do it? I tried to use "Sound Recorder" program which I found in "Sound & Video" menu. First I press "Record". In ...
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How can I easily view and record a video input in Linux?

I currently have my Wii plugged into a Linux box with a Hauppauge WinTV PVR-350. To view the video input on my monitor I use VLC with /dev/video0 as the input. This works great, but I would like to ...