Motion - Usbvision Driver Patch Four Inputs

usbvision driver patch for 4-inputs USB 1.x capture device

Introduction

Using this patch for the usbvision driver provides the full functionality in motion for the 4-inputs USB 1.x devices, like the ones at the following links (available under several brands):

What does it do?

Modifies the default D-link USB capture device (1 audio/1 video) to extend the number of video inputs to 4.

Detailed Description

The default device for the id: 0x573:0x400 in usbvision is "D-Link V100"
I changed this to:

"4-input USB video suveillance", the usual name for this device.
It still can be used for D-Link, but just 2-nd and 3rd input (as Composite 1 and S-Video)

The inputs are renamed using the color of the connector (Green, Yellow, White, Red)

Attached Files

The following files need to be modified:
usbvision.c
usbvision.h

For this purpose two diff files are attached:
  • c.diff: Diff file for usbvision.c
  • h.diff: Diff file for usbvision.h

Installation

Apply the patch and recompile the driver
make clean
make

What do you need to install before? Nothing

How do you install the program? (assume talking to a newbie)

make install
rmmod usbvison (if already installed)
modprobe usbvision

Users Guide

How do you use the project?

When you install the driver (modprobe) you can see in /var/log/messages the allocated device (/dev/video0 if is the fiurst one)

Comments and Bug Reports


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ProjectSummary usbvision driver patch for 4-inputs USB 1.x capture device
ProjectStatus Stable
ReleaseVersion 1.0
ProjectSubmitter DanToma
Topic attachments
I Attachment Action Size Date Who Comment
c.diffdiff c.diff manage 2 K 07 Jan 2005 - 07:54 DanToma Diff file for usbvision.c
h.diffdiff h.diff manage 1 K 07 Jan 2005 - 07:54 DanToma Diff file for usbvision.h
Topic revision: r3 - 21 Dec 2005, KennethLavrsen
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