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video4linux/imlib2-based application for handling a webcam

'iCam2' is a video4linux/imlib2 based application for handling a webcam. It grabs a frame every few seconds from a V4L video source, timestamps it with a custom string and TrueType fonts, and writes it to disk. It has an X11 interface for previewing video, filtering, and more. The console-only mode is stable, but the X11 interface has some severe problems. It also features limited built-in filtering and auto-brightness adjustment.



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Janet Casey

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7 July 2004

Leaders and contributors

Matthew Holger Maintainer

Resources and communication

AudienceResource typeURI
Bug Tracking,Developer,SupportE-mailmailto:mholger@optera.net

Software prerequisites

Weak prerequisiteFAME 0.9.0 or later
Weak prerequisitecURL and licURL 7.11.2 or later
Required to useimlib2


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