[SATLUG] Re: USB Video Capture
tweeksjunk2 at theweeks.org
Sun Oct 4 01:33:17 CDT 2009
I was actually wondering the same thing (about those USB/video capture
I'm setting up a home security system using cheap IR illuminated, outdoor
video cams from harbor freight for $30 each!
Maybe a couple of IR flood lights (the new LED panel type)... Plus a dedicated
box with a multi-cam BT capture card for multi-camera motion detection, and
Sending alerts and images to my phone.
At first I was looking at those USB based devices.. but I think that 4-6 of
those things would eat up too much CPU time.. where the PCI cards are
proven.. and probably less proc intensive (don't know.. just a guess).
Anyway.. flag me of list if you want to compare notes.
On Thursday 10 September 2009 07:56:54 pm Henry Pugsley wrote:
> No, I need to plug into a security camera that has a BNC connector on
> it. Mainly for testing and focusing.
> On 9/10/09, redpill <toddwbucy at grandecom.net> wrote:
> > if its video capture on your laptop, the condsider using a usb webcam
> > and cheese (the prog not the dairy product:).
> > Todd
> > On Thu, 2009-09-10 at 11:42 -0500, Henry Pugsley wrote:
> >> On Thu, Sep 10, 2009 at 11:28 AM, John Pappas <j at jvpappas.net> wrote:
> >> > Depending on your framerate needs, you could look for a security
> >> > camera capture card, there was some discussion on XCSSA a while back.
> >> > TWeeks may
> >> > have more useful info here....
> >> This is pretty much what I need (security camera). I have a bt878 PCI
> >> card in my server at home, but I need something portable for my
> >> laptops. 30fps NTSC would be the max it needs to support.
> >> -Henry
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