jit.qt.videoout help?

Jun 28, 2006 at 9:39am

jit.qt.videoout help?

#26598
Jun 28, 2006 at 4:51pm

Ali.

This isn’t possible. Your computer is not a camera.

Those ubumenus will populate, regardless of what’s connected to your
machine, so that’s not indicative of anything.

jb

#79804
Jun 30, 2006 at 9:02am

On Jun 28, 2006, at 9:51 AM, Jeremy Bernstein wrote:

> Ali. This isn’t possible. Your computer is not a camera.

FWIW, Ali, I might recommend using jit.net.send/recv for this over
either gig ethernet or FireWire Lan connection. This will be *much*
less CPU intensive, and communicate higher quality video (though more
bandwidth intensive). I would suggest using UYVY or GRGB data to cut
your information in half to increase your bandwidth.

-Joshua

#79805
Jun 30, 2006 at 9:23am

thanks for your advice jeremy and joshua.

the reason i’m looking at this object and others like it are not so
much because i need to pass video from one computer to another,
but because i need to pass video from Jitter to Quicktime Broadcaster
which then streams video out using the Darwin Streaming Server.

Quicktime Broadcaster recognizes plugged in iSights and such. So a
totally low-tech solution would be get video out of one computer and
recapture it with another computer, hoping that the acquisition card
is recognized by Quicktime Broadcaster; that is why I was ignorantly
looking into jit.qt.videoout.

the reason i’m going through all this is because i still can’t get
jit.qt.broadcast to communicate properly with Darwin Streaming Server.
as of the latest jitter beta, not even the old work-around of copying
the .sdp file to the client and opening it by hand works….
i posted a message to the beta list but i don’t think it showed up
there…. ?

the gig ether and firewire lan solutions seem really cool; i see how
to recover the video on the receiving machine with jitter, but can
anyone think of a way to get the video back OUTSIDE of jitter at the
other end?

thank you,
a

#79806
Jul 1, 2008 at 2:35pm

I’m trying to record video out to a SONY FX in HD, but all I get are these default vocmodes, so DV yes HDV no. Any ideas about out putting HD to a camcorder?

Christopher

Those ubumenus will populate, regardless of what’s connected to your
machine, so that’s not indicative of anything.
print: voclist FireWire
print: vocmodes Apple FireWire NTSC Apple FireWire PAL Apple FireWire
DVCPRO NTSC Apple FireWire DVCPRO PAL Apple FireWire DVCPRO50 NTSC
Apple FireWire DVCPRO50 PAL

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