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TRANSCODE_IMPORT(1)		15th April 2008		   TRANSCODE_IMPORT(1)

NAME
       transcode_import	- transcode import modules collection

SYNOPSIS
       transcode -x name [ ,name ]  [other options]

COPYRIGHT
       transcode is Copyright (C) 2001-2003 by Thomas Oestreich, 2003-2004
       Tilmann Bitterberg, 2004-2010 Transcode Team

IMPORT MODULES
       If no module is specified through the -x	option,	transcode will
       autodetect them using internal probing code. If just one	import module
       is specified, it	is used	both for video and audio import; if both
       modules are specified, the first	is used	for video import, the second
       for audio import. To see	what import modules are	avalaible for your
       transcode installation, do a

		      $	ls -1 $( tcmodinfo -p )/import*.so

       A complete transcode installation has the following import modules.

       alsa [audio]
	   This	module reads audio samples from	an ALSA	device using libalsa.

	   This	module accepts the following options:

	   device (string)
	       selects ALSA device to use for capturing	audio.

       bktr [video]
	   This	module reads video frames from an capture device using bktr
	   module. This	module is designed to work on *BSD. For	linux, use the
	   v4l module.

	   This	module accepts the following options:

	   tunerdev (string)
	       help: selects tuner device.

	   vsource (string)
	       selects video source (device dependant input).

	   format (string)
	       selects video normalization.

	   asource (string)
	       selects audio source (device dependant input).

       dvd [video, audio, extra]
	   This	module provides	access to DVD content using libdvdread,
	   directly from DVD device. (e.g. on-the-fly operation, no
	   intermediate	disk storage needed).

	   At run time,	this module requires: libdvdread >= 0.9.3

	   This	module accepts the following options:

	   delay (integer)
	       set device access delay (seconds).

       im [video]
	   This	module reads single images from	disk using ImageMagick;	a
	   stream of correlated	images can be automatically read if their
	   filenames contains a	common prefix and a serial number. All formats
	   supported by	ImageMagick are	supported as well.

	   At run time,	this module requires: libMagick	>= 6.2.4.0

	   This	module accepts the following options:

	   noseq (flag)
	       disable internal	auto loading of	images with similar names.

       pv3 [video, audio]
	   This	module provides	access to Earth	Soft PV3 audio/video streams
	   using win32 binary codecs and an internal win32 emulation layer (NO
	   wine	needed).

	   At run time,	this module requires: PV3 win32	dlls.

	   This	module accepts the following options:

	   dllpath (string)
	       set path/filename to load dv.dll	from

       vag [audio]
	   This	module decodes VAG-format audio	(from PlayStation).

	   This	module accepts the following options:

	   blocksize (integer)
	       stereo blocking size.

       vob [video, audio]
	   This	module imports audio/video from	VOB files. If you need direct
	   DVD access, use import_dvd module.

	   This	module accepts the following options:

	   nodemux (flag)
	       skip demuxing processing	stage. This sometimes improves A/V
	       sync.

       x11 [video]
	   This	module captures	video frames from X window system using
	   libX11.

	   At run time,	this module requires: libcx11-6	>= 1.0.0

	   This	module accepts the following options:

	   skew_limit (integer)
	       maximum frame A/V skew (ms) before correction attempt

       v4l2 [video, audio]
	   This	module allow to	capture	video frames through a V4L2 (V4L api
	   version 2) device. While audio capturing is possible, this kind of
	   usage is discouraged	in favour of OSS or ALSA import	modules.

	   This	module accepts the following options:

	   overrun_guard (integer)
	       flag (default off). Toggles the buffer overrun guard, that
	       prevents	crash when capture buffers are full.

	   resync_margin (integer)
	       threshold audio/video desync (in	frames)	that triggers resync
	       once reached.

	   crop	(string)
	       forces cropping into selected window (format:
	       WIDTHxHEIGHT+LEFTxTOP)

	   resync_interval (integer)
	       checks the resync_margin	every given amount of frames.

	   format (integer)
	       forces video frames convertion by using index; use -1 to	get a
	       list of supported conversions.

	   format (string)
	       forces output format to given one; use "list" to	get a list of
	       supported formats.

	   convert (integer)
	       forces video frames convertion by using index; use -1 to	get a
	       list of supported conversions.

AUTHORS
       Written by Thomas Oestreich
       <ostreich@theorie.physik.uni-goettingen.de>, Tilmann Bitterberg and the
       Transcode-Team

       See the AUTHORS file for	details.

SEE ALSO
       transcode(1) , tcmodinfo(1) , transcode_filter(1) , transcode_export(1)

transcode_import(1)		14th July 2008		   TRANSCODE_IMPORT(1)

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