Ubuntu and AverMedia DVD EZMaker USB Gold
- Date: Tue, 02 Mar 2010 10:34:36 +0100
- From: Jorge Cabrera <jorge.cabrera@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Ubuntu and AverMedia DVD EZMaker USB Gold
I'm trying to make an "AverMedia DVD EZMaker USB Gold" work with Ubuntu
(tried in a computer with 9.04 and other two with 9.10) with a Sony EVI
D70P Camera. I installed the linux drivers from AverMedia and when I
connect the device the system shows the following message when i run dmesg:
[69302.964025] usb 2-1: new high speed USB device using ehci_hcd and
[69303.637332] usb 2-1: configuration #1 chosen from 1 choice
[69303.860132] C038 registered V4L2 device video0[video]
[69303.860160] C038 registered V4L2 device vbi0[vbi]
[69303.860440] C038 registered ALSA sound card 2
Problem is that when I connect the camera it doesn' work, tried with
cheese, gstreamer-properties, camorama and always get the same error:
libv4l2: error getting pixformat: Invalid argument
I tried connecting the camera with s-video and composite video with the
same result. Funny thing is that I get the same error without connecting
the camera so I guess it's just a problem with the AverMedia device.
Works well on Windows.
I've been reading a lot on this but still have no clues. Has anyone got
this type of device working under linux? should I use some other driver?
I would really appreciate any help.
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