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RE: Max size format




Usually, you should take 720x480 (D1.NTSC) or 720x576 (D1.PAL) or 640x480
(VGA) size from a TV capture card.

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[mailto:video4linux-list-bounces@xxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Gabriel Duarte
Sent: Thursday, July 29, 2010 9:56 AM
To: video4linux-list
Subject: Max size format

Hello all!
I've built an app to get the max size of my cameras! I got two capture
devices, and simple webcam, with max size 640x480 and a TV capture card, max
size 744x480. When I query my webcam, at /dev/video0, it returns the right
size, but my TV card returns a weird size, like this:


*gabriel@bourbaki:~/Desktop$ ./camera_size /dev/video0*
*raw pixfmt: YUYV 640x480*
*pixfmt: RGB3 640x480*
*gabriel@bourbaki:~/Desktop$ ./camera_size /dev/video1*
*raw pixfmt: BGR3 48x32*
*pixfmt: RGB3 48x32*
*
*
I'll attach my code and if someone find out what is going wrong, I'd be very
glad!

Thank you all!


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