[PD] capture audio and video

Ian Smith-Heisters heisters at 0x09.com
Fri Apr 1 18:40:50 CEST 2005

I've never done it with GEM, which doesn't mean it's not possible, or 
not easy.

BUT, for Open Source capping, there's lots of stuff, depending on what 
OS you're running. For linux, the standard is dvgrab. Kino helps by 
giving a GUI frontend to dvgrab.

On windows there's a great little app called avigrab or something... I 
couldn't find it last week when I was googling, but it's nice and simple 
and easy. There's also VirtualDub and its many progenitors.

Can't say what's on OSX.

this page shows up with a simple Google: http://faq.arstechnica.com/?i=4 
and it appears the good little windows app is WinDV, not avigrab. Google 
is your friend. Also I know this has been asked before, so searching the 
archives would help as well.


r.visinoni at aliceposta.it wrote:
> Hi,
> I've developed a friction model for my last exam at the university, I 
> also used a GEM graphical patch to drive that external I created with PD. 
> I would like to capture a video from that GEM graphical patch together with 
> the audio. Is it possible to do this with PD or with another freeware software, 
> or I'll have to use an external webcam, recorde the audio with an external 
> software and then merge them?
> Thanks in advance
> RIccardo
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