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v4l2ucp version 2.0.2 released

Changelog from 2.0.1:

almost all changes were submitted by Hand de Goede (v4l2ucp packager for Fedora), I've just polished patches a bit (added check for libv4l, removed desktop file generator)
- Use libv4l instead of using device directly, this change enabled v4l1-support and additional libv4l software controls support
- Improved text input
- Remove desktop file generator, fix typos in desktop file

Posted by Vasily Khoruzhick 2010-01-23

v4l2ucp version 2.0.1 released

Changelog from 2.0.0:

- Use /dev/video0 instead of /dev/video
- Added preview feature (using mplayer)
- Fix slider change loop (patch from Thomas Weidner)
- Added application icon and .desktop-file

Posted by Vasily Khoruzhick 2009-10-30

v4l2ucp version 2.0.0 released

Changelog from 1.4:

- Moved to CMake build system
- Moved to Qt4 library

Posted by Vasily Khoruzhick 2009-08-29

v4l2ucp version 1.2 released

Announcing the release of v4l2ucp version 1.2, a universal control panel for all Video for Linux Two (V4L2) devices.

This release changes the build system from using qmake to autoconf.

Home page: http://v4l2ucp.sourceforge.net/
SourceForge project page: http://sourceforge.net/projects/v4l2ucp/
Download: http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=146218

Posted by Scott J. Bertin 2006-03-11

v4l2ucp version 1.1 released

Announcing the release of v4l2ucp version 1.1, a universal control panel
for all Video for Linux Two (V4L2) devices.

This release offers improved error reportingand handling of button controls.
There are also some minor user interface changes for consistency. Build
instructions have been updated to address issues encountered by users of
the first release.

Home page: http://v4l2ucp.sourceforge.net/
SourceForge project page: http://sourceforge.net/projects/v4l2ucp/
Download: http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=146218

Posted by Scott J. Bertin 2005-10-06

v4l2ucp version 1.0 released

Announcing the first ever release of v4l2ucp. It is a universal control panel
for all Video for Linux Two (V4L2) devices.

This software is written in C++ using Qt libraries on Linux. It reads a
description of the controls that the V4L2 device supports from the device,
and presents the user with a graphical means for adjusting those controls.
It allows for controlling multiple devices. Controls can be updated with
the device status either manually, or periodically. There is an easy way
to reset one or all the controls to their default state.... read more

Posted by Scott J. Bertin 2005-08-17