> > "to the best of my knowledge"
> I thought it was a weird non-compressed format ;-)
> Well, if it is seen by Kino it is DV compressed, TTBOMK ;-)
> You can do that. Just decompress the video and send it on a V4L channel
> with the vloopback module. Actually, Kino may already provide that
> feature. If not I may have time to hack this kind of thing next month.
Cool! Thank you very much for your help!
I would love to contribute (although, my knowledge of DV/video-related
coding is currently non-existent). What makes the matter even more
convoluted is that I am interested in doing this conversion in real-time (or
as much real-time as possible). I do, however, have a general coding
experience and would also gladly assist with the testing, so I think I could
definitely contribute constructively by assisting in such an effort. Hence,
if you do embark on hacking this thing and will need some help, please let
me know :-)